Call For Papers - Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture
Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture invites you to submit previously unpublished papers for consideration in its upcoming issues.
Budhi is an interdisciplinary journal of philosophy that seeks to encourage creative and critical contemporary interpretations and appropriations of the history of ideas as well as theoretical constructions addressing contemporary culture and society. The journal is devoted to the practice of philosophy in its interdisciplinary engagements with art, culture, history, religion, technology, and the social sciences. It seeks to provide an arena for exchanges between mainstream traditions and work from the geopolitical margins, particularly from the local history and culture of the Philippines. Budhi therefore crosses geographical borders as well as intellectual boundaries within philosophy and within the
humanities and the social sciences.
Articles should be about 6,000 to 10,000 words long, including notes and references. The manuscript should include an abstract of no more than 200 words.
Manuscripts should be submitted as MS Word files in .doc format, double-spaced. Citations should follow the notes and bibliography system (not the author-date system) of The Chicago Manual of Style.
Manuscripts should be prepared for blind review. The article itself should contain no reference to the author’s identity. In a separate file, please submit an author sheet with the following information: title of submission, name of author, affiliation, contact information, e-mail address, abstract (no longer than 200 words), and five key words.
Please send submissions and inquiries to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
We ask that you refrain from submitting your essay to other publications while it is undergoing review by Budhi.
Editor: Jean P. Tan, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Associate Editor: Preciosa Regina A. De Joya, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Call For Papers - Journal of Management for Global Sustainability
Journal of Management for Global Sustainability is a peer- reviewed scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the publication of original research in the field of management and global sustainability. Global sustainability is the broad set of interconnected issues that encompass, but are not limited to, achieving environmental preservation, social entrepreneurship, poverty eradication, social justice, desirable production and consumption patterns, species preservation, and spiritually rich lives at this time in our species’ history on this planet. The journal publishes articles on how productive enterprises contribute to realizing and achieving global sustainability to create socially just and spiritually-whole ways for all species to thrive forever.
The journal welcomes submissions from all disciplines for manuscripts that contribute to our academic understanding of the role of management in achieving global sustainability. These articles shall be subject to a double-blind review process overseen by an international editorial board. Submissions of theoretical work, empirical studies, book reviews, pedagogical tools and practitioner manuscripts are all encouraged. The journal shall solicit articles in both Spanish and English—with a corresponding review process to be conducted in either language. The word length for a typical manuscript is between 6,000 to 10,000 words.
David Mayorga, Universidad del Pacífico (Lima, Perú)
Josep F. Mària Serrano, S.J., ESADE, Ramon Llull University (Barcelona, Spain)
James A. F. Stoner, Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University (New York, NY, USA)
Ma. Assunta C. Cuyegkeng, Ateneo de Manila University (Quezon City, Philippines)
Journal of Management for Global Sustainability is an official journal of the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools (IAJBS) and is managed by the John Gokongwei School of Management of Ateneo de Manila University. For submission guidelines and other questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Papers: Panawagan para sa mga papel para sa isyung Panítik ng Polítik
ANG PANÍTIK NG POLÍTIK: Mga Pampanitikang Dulog sa Kalagayang Pampolitika ng Bansa
Alvin B. Yapan, PhD, Patnugot
Christian Jil R. Benitez, Katuwang na Patnugo
Hindi na natuto ang mga Pilipino. Madaling makalimot. Walang pagkilala sa kasaysayan. Ibinebenta ng mga Pilipino ang kinabukasan ng bansa sa pagtalikod sa mga prinsipyo ng demokrasya. Sa ganito nang balangkas parating sinisipat ang kalagayang pampolitika sa bansa. Nais maghain ngayon ng Katipunan, dyornal ng Kagawaran ng Filipino, Pamantasang Ateneo de Manila, ng alternatibong pampanitikang pagbasa sa politika sa bansa na hindi sumasalalay sa nakagawian at palasak nang sosyo-politikal na pagtatasa. Ano kaya ang matutuklasan natin kung babasahin ang kalakarang pampolitika sa bansa sa konteksto ng espektakulo at dula, ng karnabal at pista? Anong diskurso kaya ang mabubuksan ng mga akdang pampanitikan sa bansa na hayagang tumuturol sa mga usaping pampolitika, mula Ang Tunay na Dekalogo ni Apolinario Mabini, Banaag at Sikat ni Lope K. Santos, Pagkamulat ni Magdalena nina Alejandro Abadilla at Elpidio Kapulong, Mga Agos sa Disyerto, at Sigwa, kung babasahin hindi sa lente ng tunggalian ng mga uri at ideolohiya, ng global at lokal na politika, ng nasyonal at transnasyonal na diskurso? Hindi tatanggap ang isyu ng mga pag-aaral na gumagamit ng metodolohiya na pawang galing sa larang ng agham pampolitika at agham panlipunan. Sa halip iminumungkahi ang: 1) paglapat ng metodolohiyang pampanitikan, kasama na dito ang pilolohiko at iba pang metodolohiya ng pag-aaral sa wika, sa pag-unawa sa sitwasyong pampolitika sa kapuluan, 2) pagbasa sa mga akdang pampanitikang Filipino bilang mga tratadong pampolitika, 3) pagbasa sa katutubong pananaw-sa-mundo bilang politikal na kosmolohiya, at 4) iba pang mga katulad na takbo at liko ng pag-aaral.
Tatanggap din ang dyornal ng mga akdang pampanitikan na sumisipat sa kasalukuyang kalagayang pampolitika ng bansa.
Matatagpuan ang mga alituntunin sa pagpasa ng papel dito. Ipasa ang papel nang sumusunod sa
gabay sa estilo ng MLA, sa paggamit ng nakapanaklong na sanggunian at talasanggunian.
Bukas ang pagtanggap ng papel hanggang sa ika-28 ng Setyembre 2019.
Maaaring ipadala ang mga ipapasang papel sa email@example.com bilang Word file.
Call for Papers: Kritika Kultura Literary Section
Kritika Kultura is now accepting contributions to its literary section, for possible inclusion in its forthcoming installments, beginning with the 35th issue, which will be published in August 2020.
Writers may submit any one of the following for consideration:
1. Suite of 3 to 5 poems or a long poem
2. Short story
3. Excerpt from a novel (please include a brief overview of the novel’s project)
4. Literary essay
5. Work of translation into English (please secure the permission of the author whose work you are translating, and include a brief introduction (1,000 to 2,000 words) covering, but being not restricted to, the following areas: background of author and text being translated; translation theory and method used; aesthetic, political, cultural, institutional, etc. concerns encountered in the course of translation).
Please e-mail your original and unpublished contribution to the literary section of Kritika Kultura to firstname.lastname@example.org (cc: email@example.com). Simultaneous submission is permitted, but Kritika Kultura must be notified immediately if the work is accepted or published elsewhere.
For both the subject heading of the email and the filename of the submission, please use your last name and the genre-label of the work (for instance, dela Cruz_Poetry). Email your submission as a file attachment (.docx and/or .pdf format); please do not indicate your name within the pages of the attachment. As an in-line text in your email, include a brief bionote (100 to 150 words), as well as your institutional affiliation and professional e-mail address.
You will receive an acknowledgment of your submission within two weeks. As KK strictly has works reviewed by at least two external referees, we hope to provide news on the status of your submission within three months. If you would like to your work to be possibly included in the 35th issue, please submit by Aug. 1, 2019.
Call For Papers: Landas: Journal of Loyola School of Theology
Landas: Journal of Loyola School of Theology is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year by the Loyola School of Theology since 1987. The journal stimulates reflection, facilitates theological research and tackles contemporary concerns for greater understanding and life-enrichment.
“Landas” is the Filipino word for “way,” a Biblical term of venerable standing. This is not the first time that a theological journal has chosen to call itself by this name. The editors of Landas were attracted to this title largely by its capacity to express the notion of faith as pilgrimage, faith as lifestyle, and faith as authentic orientation. The decade leading to its inaugural issue in January 1987 saw a notable growth of interest in the realities and developments of what had been called the Third World. From the perspective of religion and mission, the significant, if not remarkable multiplication of Christian membership in such areas of the globe had important
repercussions both on Christian dynamics and ecumenical affairs. The phenomenon of Basic Ecclesial Communities and the rise of liberation theology in Latin America served to intensify the focusing of attention on developing nations.
For the Philippines, the historical events of February 1986 which saw the toppling of a 20-year-old dictatorship through a peaceful, non-violent revolution attracted world-wide interest, which gave rise to various questions. What are the people of South and East Asia thinking? What are they saying? What are they writing? When these questions were directed to matters theological, there was a seeming lack of printed sources from which to draw the answers. In the Third World situation, after all, demands of involvement rendered leisure for scholarship a rare commodity.
Thus was born the theological journal Landas, with hopes to make a modest contribution toward responding to the need for published material on scriptural, ecclesiological, and spiritual topics, written by authors living and working in the Philippines. From its founding editor Antonio B. Lambino, S.J. Landas trekked its own path, with stewardship subsequently transferring to Pedro C. Sevilla, S.J., Pedro S. de Achutegui, S.J., Daniel Patrick Huang, S.J., James H. Kroeger, M.M., Miguel B. Lambino, S.J., Antonio Francisco B. de Castro, S.J. and Jose Mario C. Francisco, S.J. Now on its 25th year, Landas looks back at a fruitful and relevant publication history, and is set to respond to contemporary audiences amid the challenges of today’s digital world.
For submissions, write to Fr. Felipe Fruto Ramirez, S.J. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Landas postal address is: Loyola School of Theology, P.O. Box 240, U.P., 1144 Quezon City, Philippines.
Call for Papers: Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia
Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia is a peer-reviewed journal that is multi-disciplinary in scope and features articles in literature, philosophy, theology, performance arts, visual arts, forms of media and other related areas. It is a forum of dialogue between scholars and creative artists in the Philippines and other countries in Asia that seeks to shed light on issues related to culture and identity and especially on Asian arts and humanities.
Articles and Research Notes on studies engaging Philippine and Asian experience. are welcome. Articles are approximately 6,000-8,000 words long, including notes and bibliography, and Research Notes, approximately 4,000. The journal follows the notes-bibliography (notauthor-date) system of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Send manuscripts to email@example.com.
Call For Papers: Philippine Studies Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints is an internationally refereed journal that publishes scholarly articles and other materials on the history of the Philippines and its peoples, both in the homeland and overseas. It believes the past is illumined by historians as well as scholars from other disciplines; at the same time, it prefers ethnographic approaches to the history of the present. It welcomes works that are theoretically informed but not encumbered by jargon. It promotes a comparative and transnational sensibility, and seeks to engage scholars who may not be specialists on the Philippines. Founded in 1953 as Philippine Studies, the journal is published quarterly by the Ateneo de Manila University.
Preparation of Manuscripts
All manuscripts submitted to Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints should be original contributions and must not be under consideration for any other publication. However, translation into English of an article previously published in another language may be submitted for consideration, but the author is responsible for copyright permission.
Manuscripts must be typed and double-spaced, including quotations, notes, and references. Adequate subheadings must be provided. Notes, tables, figures, and illustrations should be kept to a minimum. Sources for tables, figures, and illustrations must be given in full.
Notes, numbered sequentially, must be placed at the end of the text manually, that is, without using the automatic endnote feature of software programs. We use author-date citations in the text of articles, following the form outlined in the Chicago Manual of Style. Please consult the latest issue of Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints as a guide to the journal’s style.
We expect manuscripts to range between 7,000 to 10,000 words, including notes and the list of references. Longer articles will be considered in exceptional cases. Authors should provide a total word count at the time of submission.
Because we follow a blind refereeing system, all references to the author’s identity must be removed from the body and notes.
Please submit a separate page that contains the title of the manuscript; an abstract of about 100 words; a list of five keywords; a brief description of the author; and the author’s institutional affiliation, postal address, institutional email address, and other contact details.
We aim to give authors a decision within three months, although this target may not always be reached. That decision may be a conditional or unconditional acceptance, a rejection, or an invitation to revise and resubmit.
The author is obliged to secure all necessary permissions for any parts of the article the copyright of which is owned by someone else, and to pay any fees that may be involved.
It is a condition for publication that authors vest copyright in their articles, abstracts, and reviews in the Ateneo de Manila University. Authors may use their own articles in other publications provided prior permission is sought from the Ateneo de Manila University.
Please submit your manuscript, preferably as a Word file, electronically via email attachment (firstname.lastname@example.org) or through the journal’s website.
Papers submitted for consideration should be sent to:
The Editor, Philippine Studies Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
Rm. 202 Center for Community Services Bldg., Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108 Philippines;
and to email@example.com
Call For Papers: Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South
Social Transformations is an outlet for critical but engaged knowledge about social justice, collective well being, and sustainable development within and across the Global South, a region we take to refer to societies in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Pacific that are economically, politically, and culturally marginalized. Such studies trace interrelations and solidarities between and among peoples, states, and movements, while acknowledging tensions and contradictions within the South, as well as the legacies, manifestations, and trajectories of the North’s dominance. We support work that analyzes and enables positive change emerging from social movements, development paradigms, policies, and community and grassroots-based interventions. We publish interdisciplinary
empirical and conceptual contributions from the different social and human sciences. We also encourage writing that is accessible to specialists and nonspecialists, avoiding both excessive theoretical abstraction and unreflexive empiricism. The Journal aims to publish twice a year.
For submissions, email abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions will be refereed.