Actualizado en  octubre de 2017   

Submission Information

aesthethika© is a refereed international online journal, published twice a year.

aesthethika© seeks theoretical and experimental manuscripts in any disciplinary topic in cultural analysis, psychoanalysis and aesthetics, taken from any epistemological viewpoint and using any methodological approach. We also welcome literature reviews, analytical book reviews, and annotated bibliographies. The aim of the journal is to explore diverse topic areas, methodology issues, pedagogical practices, the state of the discipline, higher education, and the like.
Manuscripts from graduate students are welcome and encouraged.

CALL FOR PAPERS // Volumen 13, Issue 2 – September 2017

Deadline: 15 June 2017

Style Requirements

Manuscript should be submitted to our Chief Editor, who will deliver them to the Editorial Board for blind assessment by two outside reviewers, (1) a faculty member and (2) an advanced Ph.D. student. The Editorial Board members are drawn from a diverse array of universities in different countries whose work and interests reflect the scholarship aesthethika© focuses on.

Manuscripts should be no longer than 25 pages (double-spaced) or 7,000 words (including notes and references). Manuscripts should include an abstract of no more than 200 words and have a detached title page listing your name, institutional affiliation, address, phone number, and email address. If your manuscript is accepted for publication (with suggested revisions or not), you will be asked to resubmit an electronic version of your manuscript (with necessary revisions, if applicable). References should appear at the end of the paper, numbered in order of their appearance in the text, according to the APA rules.

Manuscripts must be submitted as an attachment in an electronic file format in Microsoft Word. No author identifying material is to be contained in the manuscript, including the abstract and references. Author identification marks within the text will automatically invalidate its revision. The covering email message should contain a short description of the manuscript (topic, methodology, number of pages, tables, figures, and graphics).

Graduate students’ manuscripts should be identified in the body of the email: GRADUATE STUDENT. You are supposed to provide authorization for photographs, images (or similar material) attached to the document.

Authors are responsible for reviewing page proofs to correct errors and answer editors’ queries. Prompt return of page proofs is mandatory. Reprints may be ordered at the time page proofs are returned.

Please send manuscripts electronically to:
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña
jjmf@psi.uba.ar

Please expect 3-4 weeks to receive review notification.




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Número Actual
Volumen 13 / Número 2
Editorial
A 70 años de los juicios de Nuremberg
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 

Integridad en la investigación en ciencias sociales
Ailen Provenza 
Andrea Hellemeyer 
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 

A 50 años del Proyecto de Marginalidad: carta a los estudiantes de Sociología
José Nun 

Covert Research: El debate ético sobre la investigación encubierta en las ciencias sociales
Ailen Provenza 
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 

Autor e intérprete. ¿Cómo leer las ficciones testimoniales?
Carlos Gutiérrez 

El igualitarismo según Derek Parfit: Una discusión
Oliver Feeney 

Adelanto de libro
Bioética y Holocausto
Tessa Chelouche 

Reseña de libros
La mujer intrépida
Delfina Martínez 

Reseña de serie: Black Mirror
La lejanía infinita de la muerte: una narrativa ética
Juan Jorge Michel Fariña 

Reseña
El “Partenón de libros prohibidos”, de Marta Minujín, en Documenta Kassel 2017: Una verdadera manifestación al mundo
Adriana Abeles 

   

aesthethika // Revista internacional de estudio e investigación interdisciplinaria sobre subjetividad, política y arte

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