The Hegel Bulletin
The Hegel Bulletin is the journal of the Hegel Society of Great Britain. It is a double blind peer-reviewed journal that accepts articles in English in the field of Hegel studies. The field is broadly construed to include: all aspects of Hegel’s relation to the history of philosophy; Hegelian contributions to all aspects of current philosophical enquiry in the European or Anglo-American traditions; Kant and post-Kantian thought; German Idealism; British Idealism; American Pragmatism; Marx and Marxism; Critical Theory.
The editors are Dr Christoph Schuringa and Professor Alison Stone
The reviews editor is Dr Paul Giladi
Editorial Board: Frederick Beiser (Syracuse University), John Burbidge (Trent University), Ardis Collins (Loyola University), Rolf-Peter Horstmann (Humboldt University, Berlin), Alfredo Ferrarin (University of Pisa), Jean-Francois Kervégan (Paris I-Pantheon-Sorbonne), Catherine Malabou (Paris X-Nanterre), Nelly Motroshilova (Russian Academy of Sciences), Frederick Neuhouser (Columbia University), Robert Pippin (University of Chicago), Z. A. Pelczynski (Pembroke College, Oxford), Raymond Plant (King’s College London), Paul Redding (University of Sydney), Ludwig Siep (University of Munster), Richard Dien Winfield (University of Georgia)
Editorial Panel: Karin de Boer (University of Leuven), Andrew Chitty (University of Sussex), Gordon Finlayson (University of Sussex), Kimberly Hutchings (London School of Economics), Chong-Fuk Lau (The Chinese University in Hong Kong), Allegra de Laurentiis (State University of New York, Stony Brook), Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brookes), Italo Testa (University of Parma), Allen Speight (Boston University), Jon Stewart (Soren Kierkegaard Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen)
Steering Committee: Thom Brooks (University of Durham), Stephen Houlgate
(University of Warwick), David Merrill (Sarah Lawrence), Robert Stern (University of Sheffield), Alison Stone (Lancaster University), Kenneth Westphal (Bogaziçi University)
The Bulletin was published by the HSGB itself until 2013, but is now being published by Cambridge University Press.
Please visit the CUP website for details regarding the journal, including submissions guidelines and access to content.
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We encourage you to join the HSGB and receive the Bulletin. Institutional subscriptions are handled through CUP.
Contributing to the Bulletin
Information can be found on the CUP website above.
Books for review should be sent to our Reviews Editor: Dr Paul Giladi, Department of History, Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, M15 6LL, UK
Correspondence concerning individual membership of the HSGB should be sent by email to our membership officer Jan Derry.
All institutional subscriptions are handled by CUP.