Speculations Journal

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See this call for papers for the inaugural issue of Speculations: Journal of Object Oriented Ontology, championed by Paul Ennis of the Another Heidegger Blog:

We hope to provide a forum for the exploration of object oriented ontology, speculative realism and post-continental philosophy. Our aim is to facilitate discussion about the ongoing development of object oriented ontology and in particular to explore new directions in object oriented research. The journal is open access and peer-reviewed. The journal accepts short position papers, full length articles and book reviews. Issue one is due to be published in early 2010 and will include submissions from Graham Harman, Ian Bogost and Levi Byrant. The deadline for Issue 1 is Feb. 28th 2010. Inquiries and submissions can be sent to speculationsjournal@gmail.com

© 2009 Tammy Lu


The board of reviewers so far includes:

  • Adrian Ivakhiv (University of Vermont)
  • Graham Harman (The American University in Cairo)
  • Ian Bogost (The Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Jon Cogburn (Louisiana State University)
  • Levi Byrant (Collin College)
  • Paul Reid Bowen (Bath Spa University)
  • Peter Gratton (University of San Diego)
  • Sinead Hogan (Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology)
  • Steven Shaviro (Wayne State University)
  • Stuart Elden (Durham University)

The editorial board so far consists of:

  • Michael Austin, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
  • Casey Boyle, University of South Carolina, United States
  • Paul John Ennis, University College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Fabio Gironi, School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom
  • Nick Srnicek, London School of Economics
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