sexta-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2012

A Call for Manuscripts: Current Trends in African Political Philosophy

Deadline for submission: January 30,2012

The journal Philosophia Africana is soliciting manuscripts for a special volume (14:1&2) on the theme of Current Trends in African Political Philosophy. What shape, form or direction (if any) has African Political philosophy taken since the pro-independence, anti-colonial discourses of such leaders as Nkrumah, Senghor and Nyerere? What are its dominant themes (If any)? What contributions have been made by those, such as female philosophers, that are not represented in Oruka's nationalist-ideological trend? What impact (if any) has the end of apartheid in South Africa made on the current discourse? Should the discourse be taking a particular direction? These are only some of the possible topics for relevant manuscripts.

All manuscripts must follow Philosophia Africana's "Notes for Contributors" below.
Journal's website:

Notes for Contributors

Manuscripts for submission should be sent as email attachments in MSWord to

Manuscripts should be typed on one side of the paper, double-spaced with ample margins, and
accompanied by an abstract of 100-150 words. Your full contact information, including email,
should accompany the manuscript on a separate sheet.

Works Cited:
All publications cited in the text should be listed in alphabetical order following the text.
Please provide a "Works Cited" section, not a comprehensive bibliography. All entries in the Works Cited section must be mentioned in the text. In addition, references should not be embedded within the "Notes" section (see Notes below). "Unpublished observations" and "personal communications" may not be used as works cited; information from manuscripts submitted but not yet accepted for publication should be cited as "unpublished observations" in parentheses in the text. Responsibility for references and their verification with the original documents lies with the author(s).

Works cited must be listed on a separate sheet of paper in the following form:

Journal Articles:
Robert Bernasconi. "The Poor Box and the Changing Face of Charity in Early Modern Europe." Acta Institutionis Philosophise et Aestheticae, vol. 10: 33-54. Henceforth cited as PB.

Books / Monographs:
Kenneth D. Kaunda. Humanist in Africa. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1996. Henceforth cited as HA.

Edited Volumes:
Joseph Ki-Zerbo. "Le Developpement cles en tete." In La natte des autres. Pour un development
endogene en Afrique. Joseph Ki-Zerbo (ed.). Dakar: Codesria, 1992.

All notes should be formatted as endnotes (following the references and beginning on a new
page). Number notes consecutively throughout the text using superscripted numerals. Note numbers should appear at the end, not in the middle, of the sentence where possible and should not be attached to display material (title, subheadings, o r epigraph). Illustrations, including photographs, diagrams, and graphs, should be referred to as figures and their position indicated in the text (e.g., Figure 3). Each should be submitted on a separate sheet of paper and numbered on the back. Captions should be submitted on a separate sheet as well and include keys to symbols. Interpretation of the illustration, with the caption, should be possible without reference to the text. Figures should be professionally drawn and designed with the format of the journal (248 x 175mm) in mind and should be capable of reduction. Tables should be submitted on separate sheets, numbered in Arabic numerals, and their position indicated in the text (e.g., Table 1). Each table should have a short, self-explanatory tide. Vertical rules should not be used to separate columns. Any explanatory notes should be given a footnote at the
bottom of the table.


Each contributor will be provided with a PDF (viewable in Adobe Acrobat Reader) electronic
copy of the article as it appears in the published version of the journal.

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