Aims & Scope
Duquesne Studies in Phenomenology is an explicitly interdisciplinary journal for phenomenological research. Drawing especially on philosophical and psychological approaches to phenomenological questions, the journal also promotes inquiry in fields such as communications and rhetoric, theology and religious studies, music, literature, and visual arts, and sociology and geography.
The Editor of the journal is Dr. Jeffrey McCurry, Director of the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center at Duquesne University. Each issue, however, is overseen by a distinguished guest editor who solicits articles from accomplished scholars and performs editorial review. In this light, the journal does not accept unsolicited submissions of articles. The journal does welcome and desire suggestions for guest editors and particular topics for issues of the journal to pursue, and these suggestions can be self-nominated. To submit an idea for an issue please email Dr. Jeffrey McCurry.
The journal will begin by publishing one issue per year, the inaugural issue being Spring 2020, with the eventual goal of publishing two issues per year.
The opinions expressed in the Duquesne Studies in Phenomenology represent the views only of the individual contributors. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the editor, guest editor, editorial board, or Duquesne University