Sunday, July 31, 2011

Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics

The Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics invites high quality
contributions from graduate students for its Autumn 2011 issue (vol. 8
no. 2). Successful contributions will be published alongside an
interview with Dominic Lopes.

PJA is one of the few postgraduate journals where submissions are
reviewed by academics rather than students.


Submissions may be on any topic in aesthetics and philosophy art. The
PJA welcomes papers from diverse perspectives (including analytic,
continental and historical ones). Submissions should be accessible,
concise and have recognisably philosophical content. They should be
roughly 3,000 words in length, but not longer than 3,500. On issues of
formatting (referencing style, etc.) authors should consult the
current issue of the journal at:

Papers should be submitted in Rich Text Format (.rtf) via e-mail to with ‘PJA submission’ in the subject
line. No identifying information about the author is to be included in
the paper; but please state your name and institutional affiliation in
the body of the email.

Submitted papers will be reviewed blind by the PJA editorial board.


Vid Simoniti
Editor, Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics
Graduate Student (Philosophy), University of Oxford

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