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Life Phenomenology: Movement, Affect and Language

This is a call for papers in the planning of a special issue of Phenomenology & Practice that aligns with the International Human Science Research Conference (IHSRC) 2016. The theme of this year’s conference is  “Life Phenomenology: Movement, Affect & Language.”  
Posted: 2016-02-06 More...

Call for Papers: “Things” Special Issue of Phenomenology & Practice

This special issue of Phenomenology & Practice is a call to attend to the everyday, prereflective call of things, to “return to the things themselves” in a very concrete sense. We invite submissions of full-length articles (5000 words and more) that explore the multiple aspects and variations of the everyday experience of a particular thing, architectural structure, or other material or digital object (see, for example, van Lennep’s “Hotel Room” (1987)). We also welcome shorter articles (750-2500 words) that offer brief phenomenological snapshots of a thing; such articles are expected to be carefully crafted and maintain a concrete, phenomenological focus throughout.  
Posted: 2015-09-02 More...
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