Warp, Weft, and Way

Chinese and Comparative Philosophy 中國哲學與比較哲學

CFP: Journal of Chinese Humanities

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Dear Colleagues,

You are invited to submit papers for inclusion in future issues of the Scotus indexed Journal of Chinese Humanities (ISSN 2352-1333 / E-ISSN 2352-1341). We welcome articles related to Chinese Philosophy, History, and Literature especially those pertaining to Confucianism, Buddhism, as well as the Tang and Song Dynasties.

Issues for which we are accepting submissions are as follows;

  • 6.1 Confucianism:  Reevaluating Mencius and Xun Zi in light of modern Confucianism
  • 6.2 History: Theories of Political reform through the Tang and Song Dynasties

Journal of Chinese Humanities (JOCH) is an English-language extension of Wen Shi Zhe (Journal of Literature, History and Philosophy), one of mainland China’s most respected humanities journals. JOCH focuses on presenting scholarly work on various aspects of China’s traditional culture and society. It is our goal to foster international dialogue on important issues in Chinese studies and provide a platform for academic exchange.

All entries must be original works and will be peer reviewed. The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2020. Submissions should be in English, use Chicago Style format and be between 6,000 and 10,000 words in length. You can learn more about this journal and read previous articles HERE.

Please send submissions and questions to Patrick Turk at pcturk@hawaii.edu

 

Patrick Turk, Marketing Editor

Journal of Chinese Humanities

Author: Ben Hammer

Ben Hammer received his Master's degree from Shandong University and Ph.D. from Peking University, both in Classical Chinese textual studies. He specializes in Confucian texts, textual criticism, and Western Sinology. He is an assistant professor at Shandong University's Advanced Institute for Confucian Studies and is a founder and assistant editor of Journal of Chinese Humanities.

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