Call for Publications
Theme: Dialogue and Creativity
Publication: Culture and Dialogue
Date: Vol. 7, No. 1 (2019)
Culture and Dialogue is an international peer reviewed print and
electronic journal of cross-cultural philosophy and humanities. The
Journal provides a forum for researchers from philosophy as well as
other disciplines who study cultural formations dialogically, through
comparative analysis, or within the tradition of hermeneutics. For
each issue, Culture and Dialogue seeks to bring manuscripts together
with a common denominator.
The next 2019 issue (Volume 7, Number 1) will focus on the theme of
Dialogue and Creativity.
“Dialogue and creativity” can encompass a great many specifically
philosophical themes and issues, and some ideas involving dialogical
- Comparative philosophy of creativity, which may analyse one or more
particular non-Western perspectives and how they can engage the
current field of Western philosophy of creativity. Among many
relevant topics are virtue, knowledge, metaphysics, aesthetics, mind,
language, personal identity, imagination and artificial intelligence.
- Philosophical reflection on the range of scientific approaches to
creativity, as well as enquiry into the nature of creativity in
mathematics and the sciences.
- The role and significance of creativity in culture and society,
including learning and education.
- Creativity in the arts, and the art of creativity.
- Creativity and the interpretive tradition of philosophy (e.g.,
personalism, existentialism, phenomenology, hermeneutics).
- Creativity, interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinarity.
We welcome essays that address any of these issues from different
cultural perspectives or philosophical traditions.
Notes for Authors:
Open until selection standards are met
Editor in Chief:
Gerald Cipriani, National University of Ireland, Galway
Martin Ovens, University of Oxford (UK)
Loni Reynolds, University of Roehampton (UK)
Erika Mandarino, Tulane University (USA)
Book Review Editor:
Robert Clarke, Lancaster University (UK)
Culture and Dialogue
Erika Mandarino, Manuscript Editor