The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology – Second Volume – deadline now extended: submissions are welcome until Friday 20 November 2020.
Call for Papers
The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology: Second Volume
PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE SOCIAL
The Iranian Society for Phenomenology is intending to publish the second volume of The Iranian Yearbook of Phenomenology in Iran, in partnership with the Iranian Political Science Association and Gam-e-nou (New Step). The editors invite every interested researcher to contribute to this edited book volume. Authors should submit their final draft (in Persian or English) no later than Friday 20 November 2020, to the Yearbook.
The Editors-in-Chief in this series are J. Moini Alamdari, Associate Professor of Political Science (Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Tehran), and Hamid Malekzadeh (Ph.D. in Political Theory, University of Tehran). Alamdari is the author of Reflexivity; As a Method to the Study of Politics (2006) and Church and Leviathan; Political Meaning of Relationship between Contemporary Christianity and State in the West (2003). Hamid is the author of I Am A Not-Others: An Inquiry in Concreteness of the Political Subject (Pajvak, Tehran: 2014) and Embodiment and The Transcendental Basis of Politics: An Essay in Political Ontology (Gam-e-No [New Step]: forthcoming 2020). He is also the translator of Toward a Phenomenology of Sexual Difference: Husserl, Merleau Ponty, Beauvoir by Heinämaa Sara (Gam-e-Nou [New Step]: forthcoming 2020).
The Yearbook is to be published by Gam-e-no (New Step) publishing and Iranian Society for Phenomenology (IPS) at the Iranian Political Science Association (IPSA). There will be two peer reviews of each paper submitted to the volume, and these will be double-blind with both the reviewer and author identities concealed. To facilitate this, authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity.
> Mohammad Javad Gholamreza Kashi (Allameh Tabataba’i University)
> Abbas Manochehri (Tarbiat Modarres University)
> Reza Najafzadeh (Shahid Beheshti University)
> Aliashraf Nazar (University of Tehran)
> Mohammad Mahdi Mojahedi (Islamic Azad University Tehran Science and Research Branch)
> Hassan Ab Niki (Islamic Azad University South Tehran Branch)
Topics: possible topics include (but are not limited to):
> Phenomenology of morality and the Problem of the Common
> Phenomenology and Social cognition
> Empathy, cognition and sociality
> Experience, Consciousness and being social
> Experience, Embodiment, and sociality
> Phenomenology and Social Epistemology
> We-Experience and the Problem of Social Identity
> Phenomenology, Ethics and Communality
> Social Construction of Reality
> Ego, Alter ego and being social
> Memory and the Problem of Social Identity
> The subject, object, and inter-subjective basis of the social
> Life-World and The Possibility of we
> “We” in common life
> Gender, Race, and Social Difference: a phenomenological approach
> We, others, and the mechanisms of collective identity
> Love and Sociality
> Phenomenology of Social Classes
> Tradition and political autonomy
> State, and non-state-based communism
> Regionalism and decentralization
> Phenomenology, Citizenship, and Social Awareness
How to submit
> Authors should submit their papers (in Persian or English) no later than Friday 20 November 2020 to the Yearbook
> Essays must not be more than 9,500 words (including abstract, footnotes/endnotes, bibliography, etc.). The authors may submit their final draft in this address: www.iranianyearbookofphenomenology.ir
> Essays in English will be translated into Persian by our editorial team and will be published in Persian. An open-access version of English papers will be provided online as soon as the printed version is published.