The Public Philosophy Journal (PPJ) offers a model for shaping digital technologies and reconfiguring relations between the academy and the general public. To accomplish this, we employ an open forum, emphasizing accessible and dynamic work focused on knowledge, deliberation, and action concerning public issues. Unlike traditional scholarly journals, we partner with existing communities to facilitate and coordinate ongoing projects across various communities and stages of development. We are not simply bringing the traditional scholarly journal online and providing public access to its contents. Instead, we are updating and expanding existing models of scholarly development, for people as well as for ideas, in order to make collective efforts that better reflect the many ends of scholarly publication.
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To facilitate easy and direct communication between PPJ core team members and the greater PPJ community, we have added a new Masthead to the site. There you will find specific team member roles and links to our profiles with email addresses. We warmly welcome all to reach out with questions and ideas!
This infographic illustrates the PPJ Formative Peer Review process from start to finish.
We have recently posted our Editorial Advisory Board for the Public Philosophy Journal as we move into a more proactive phase of community building and publishing. Here is the link: http://publicphilosophyjournal.org/about/ppj-editorial-advisory-board/ We welcome the help of those of you in this group. We’ll try to post updates more regularly here…[Read more]
Christopher Long deposited Public Philosophy and Philosophical Publics: Performative Publishing and the Cultivation of Community in the group Public Philosophy Journal on Humanities Commons 9 months, 1 week ago
The emergence of new platforms for public communication, public deliberation, and public action presents new possibilities for forming, organizing, and mobilizing public bodies, which invite philosophical reflection concerning the standards we currently look to for coordinating public movements and for evaluating their effects. Developing a broad…[Read more]