The Natural Law journal Lex Naturalis, edited by Walter Raubicheck, is soliciting articles for its fourth issue. Topics related to any issue concerning natural law will be considered, especially those related to the founding documents of the United States. Abstracts are due by May 31, 2018. Please send to the editor, Walter Raubicheck, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed papers will be due by August 15.
In view of next year’s 25th and 20th anniversaries of Veritatis Splendor and Fides et Ratio, the journal is inviting papers on any topic at the intersection of those two encyclicals’ themes. They explore the transcendentals of goodness and truth in relation to the intellectual and moral powers of the human person, setting those inquiries in the contexts of beauty and faith, as well as of human nature and community. Quaestiones Disputatae welcomes papers engaging both these encyclicals in light of any of their themes and from a range of disciplinary perspectives, such as philosophy, theology, patristics, literature, and history. See the attached Call for Papers for further information and some possible topics.
Please address inquiries and papers (the latter as email attachments in Microsoft Word) to the Guest Editor, Dr. Randall Colton, at email@example.com. The deadline is June 11, 2018, with anticipated publication in November, 2018. Find the journal at https://www.franciscan.edu/quaestiones-disputatae/.
Below you will find the first of our new materials for recruiting graduate students to our 2018 conference in Philadelphia–a poster suitable for department bulletin boards. If you know of a department you’d like us to send a full packet of information to, please e-mail the editor of the Maritain Notebook, Joshua Schulz at firstname.lastname@example.org with their information, and he’ll do the rest!
We are pleased to announce our 2018 conference, on Thomism and Science, in Philadelphia: 2018 AMA Call for Papers.
We are accepting proposals for the third issue of Lex Naturalis. Topics related to any issue concerning natural law will be considered, especially those related to contemporary cultural issues. Abstracts are due by March 15, 2017. Please send to the editor, Walter Raubicheck, at email@example.com. Completed papers will be due by the end of May.
See the attached CFP. Abstract deadline is August 25, 2016.
The CFP for the 2017 AMA Conference in New Orleans is here! Download it below.