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Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual
Andrew J. Mitchell, Emory University (through 2017 issue)
Richard Polt, Xavier University (beginning with 2018 issue)
Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Boston University
Julia Ireland, Whitman College
Richard Polt, Xavier University
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Robert Crease, Stony Brook University
Bret Davis, Loyola University Maryland
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Rex Gilliland, Southern Connecticut State University
Charles Guignon, University of South Florida
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Jeffrey Powell, Marshall University
François Raffoul, Louisiana State University
John Rose, Goucher College
Robert Scharff, University of New Hampshire
Thomas Sheehan, Stanford University
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Pol Vandevelde, Marquette University
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ISSN 2165-3275 (print)
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Volume 7 (2017) will be a special issue devoted to selected papers from the
50th meeting of the Heidegger Circle; no further submissions will be considered.
For the 2018 issue:
Submissions should include a cover sheet with the title of the paper, the author’s name and affiliation (if applicable), word count including footnotes, and an abstract of up to 150 words. The author may also suggest some keywords for the article. The paper itself should be formatted for blind reviewing, omitting any references to the author and the author’s publications; if the paper is accepted, such references can be added before publication.
Papers should be submitted single space, in 12 point Times New Roman font, in Rich Text Format (.rtf) or Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx). If any non-Roman characters are used, text should be entered in accordance with the Unicode system and a PDF copy of the paper should accompany the submission. Papers should adhere to The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, particularly in regards to documentation (see “Chapter 14: Documentation i: Notes and Bibliography”). For our method of citing Heidegger's texts, consult "Texts Cited" in our most recent issue. Other citations should take the form of footnotes or endnotes, not parenthetical references.
Submissions that discuss recently published texts by Heidegger or undertake critical evaluations or extensions of Heidegger's work are particularly encouraged.
Papers should be submitted to Richard Polt, email@example.com.
Deadline: February 1, 2018.