Monday, January 5, 2009

American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-journal (CFP)

American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-journal
Spring 2009 Issue
Deadline: March 1, 2009

The American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-journal (ASAGE) is now
accepting high caliber work by graduate students in aesthetics and the
philosophy of art for its spring 2009 issue. Submissions should not
normally exceed 3000 words. Authors are encouraged to provide links
to authorized online images of art works and audio or video files
referred to in the paper whenever possible.

The submission deadline for our second edition (Spring 2009) is March
1, 2009. More information, including complete submission guidelines,
is available on our website at www.asage.org.

ASAGE is a scholarly journal in aesthetics and the philosophy of art
that publishes high caliber work by graduate students. ASAGE has been
designed to take full advantage of the electronic medium by
encouraging authors to link to art works accessible online,
incorporating interactive comments sections, and publishing articles
within each edition on a rolling schedule. ASAGE also publishes book
reviews written by graduate students of recently published works in
aesthetics. Details on how to submit a book review proposal are
available at www.asage.org. Any student interested in reviewing for
the journal can find more information on how to become a reviewer at
www.asage.org.

Visit www.asage.org and sign up to receive calls for papers,
publication announcements and other news from ASAGE that is relevant
to you as a reader, author or reviewer by clicking on 'Register' at
the top of the page.

ASAGE is edited by Jenn Neilson (University of Texas at Austin) with
advisory assistance from Phillip Alperson, Carolyn Korsmeyer, and
Jenefer Robinson.

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