Anthrosophia: A Journal of Philosophy and Anthropology

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new journal, Anthrosophia: A Journal of Philosophy and Anthropology. This journal is a publication of the Anthrosophia scholarly society and the Center for Human-Environmental Research, and is dedicated to breaking down the disciplinary boundaries between the fields of philosophy and anthropology. Anthrosophia is made available on an open-access basis free of charge to either readers or authors. We are now accepting submission for the 2017 issue.

Anthrosophia’s mission is to foster scholarship that (1) challenges the evidence in terms of human variability upon which the field of philosophy has built so much of its theory and (2) rethink the role of the field of philosophy in shaping the development of the field of anthropology and other related social sciences. Anthrosophia is peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of scholarship bridging the disciplines of philosophy, anthropology, and allied fields.

All submissions should be sent via email to the editor, Drew Chastain, at chastain@loyno.edu

Prospective authors should see our call for papers for more information regarding manuscript formatting and submission guidelines. 


Journal Staff:

Editor-in-Chief
Drew Chastain (Loyola University New Olreans)

Editorial Board
Brian Harding (Texas Woman's University)
Abigail Klaasen (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
Grant S. McCall (Center for Human Environmental Research)
Matt Nesvet (University of California Davis)
Enzo Rossi (University of Amsterdam)
Karl Widerquist (Georgetown University SFS-Qatar)