Badiou Studies is a multi-lingual, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the philosophy and thought of, and surrounding, the philosopher, playwright, novelist and poet Alain Badiou. Badiou Studies is dedicated to original, critical and challenging arguments that directly engage with the conditions and circumstances of Badiou’s thought. We aim to identify pertinent intellectual discourses, ideas, historiographies and concepts, and seek articles that situate these theories within emerging events in politics, science, art and love. Book reviews and reports of related activities are also warmly welcome.
Badiou Studies is especially concerned with maintaining a fidelity to Badiou's thinking without collapsing into hagiography or celebrity fetishism. This is why we encourage works that actively critique Badiou's philosophy and his currency as an established philosophical figure. This engaging approach is warmly embraced by Badiou himself, a member of our board of editors. Our board comprises international scholars who are representative of our pioneering approach to research in the field, which is both radical and widely interdisciplinary. In this, we share similar aspirations to our partner the International Journal of Žižek Studies.
The aim of Badiou Studies is to develop a clear and transparent site for scholars interested in Badiou’s ideas to come together, share research and engage in productive dialogue. In keeping with this aim, we publish articles in multiple languages. We believe that the unification of academic and intellectual activity into one ‘lingua franca’ is counter-productive to originality and true representations of the local. In addition, we are open to non-traditional forms of expression, beyond the typical article format.
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Badiou Studies is an open access journal. This means that all Badiou Studies content is available online to any reader or institution without cost or subscription. Furthermore, authors do not pay to publish with Badiou Studies. The journal as of 2014 also publishes, for sale, a print version of each volume. All profits go directly back into the journal and related activities, as Badiou Studies is not-for-profit.
Because the journal employs an online submission, review, and tracking system, (free) registration is required of all authors submitting work for consideration for publication. In addition, readers are encouraged (but not required) to register. Such registration will result in the reader receiving the Table of Contents by email for each new issue of the journal. This list will also allow the journal to claim a certain level of support or readership. In all cases, registration information will only be used for the purpose of Badiou Studies academic activities. Author and reader information will not be traded, sold, or otherwise distributed. Please see the journal's Privacy Statement which assures readers that their name and email address will not be used for any other purposes.
Non-English language content will be provided as an important part of Badiou Studies' aim to be a meaningfully international journal. We aim not only to publish articles originating in languages other than English, but also to translate journal content into as many languages as is practical. For this reason any interested groups or individuals willing to help in this translation initiative are cordially invited to contact the editors. All contributions will be fully acknowledged and accredited in Badiou Studies.
Badiou Studies now in print!!
|Badiou Studies, Vol. 3.1, 'Ethics' is now in print and available for purchase here. For full download of the print edition check out our publisher's website, Punctum Books.|
CFP: Vol. 4.1: S(♀): Towards a Queer Badiouian Feminism
|The CFP for the next volume of Badiou Studies is now available!|
Vol 3, No 1 (2014): Ethics
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