Nissa Bell posted an articleDialogue - Call for French Submissions see more
Dear CPA Members,
The editorial team of the journal Dialogue, affiliated with the Canadian Philosophical Association, reminds its members that the submission of articles in French is always welcome.
Established in 1962 and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Dialogue publishes articles and special issues in all areas of philosophy. The journal meets the highest academic standards and is published by Cambridge University Press. It has 3 issues per year and offers accelerated publication times once articles have been reviewed and accepted.
Dialogue also subscribes to Cambridge University Press' Green Open Access policy, which allows for the distribution of certain versions of articles published on multiple platforms, and aims to make its modes of publication compatible with the open access requirements now imposed by many granting agencies.
Manuscripts can be submitted online on the ScholarOne platform at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/dia.
For more information on submitting articles, visit our website: https://www.acpcpa.ca/cpages/dialogue-submissions.
If you have any questions or would like to propose a special issue project, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to reading your contributions,
Francophone Editor of Dialogue
French-speaking editorial assistant
Dialogue. Canadian Journal of Philosophy
Nissa Bell posted an articleNew Issue of Dialogue Available Now! see more
Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophie! Volume 62 / Issue 3, December 2023 (Published Online February 2024)
Editor in Chief (Francophone Office) Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophieThe CPA invites applications for the position of Editor in Chief (Francophone Office) of Dialogue. see more
The Canadian Philosophical Association invites applications for the position of Editor in Chief (Francophone Office) of Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review. The term of the appointment is four years, renewable in 2027.
Dialogue is the bilingual scholarly journal of the Canadian Philosophical Association. In publication since 1962, its readership includes over 600 members of the Association, as well as English- and French-speaking philosophers from around the world. Dialogue is published three times per year by Cambridge University Press, with grant support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
The successful candidate will collaborate with the Editor in Chief (Anglophone Office) on an ongoing project to modernize the journal’s format, with the goal of facilitating a dialogue between philosophers writing in English and French.
Duties of the Editor will also include the management of the manuscript submission and review process; the occasional solicitation of manuscripts or proposals for special issues; and the communication of acceptances, rejections, or requests for revision and resubmission to authors, to ensure the timely publication of the Journal. The Editor will be supported by a highly-skilled and knowledgeable Editorial Assistant.
A professional allowance will be provided to defray the Editor’s expenses. The Editor will be expected to negotiate a modest amount of financial and/or logistical support for the Journal with their home institution.
The time commitment averages between five to ten hours per week. The Editors in Chief of Dialogue report annually to the Annual General Meeting. For more information, please see the CPA Bylaws, Articles 8.01 - 8.03.
Qualified applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae along with a statement of goals and qualifications for this position as soon as possible to email@example.com with the subject heading “Dialogue Search Committee” by April 7, 2023.
𝘋𝘪𝘢𝘭𝘰𝘨𝘶𝘦, the journal of the CPA, has been awarded an ASJ grant for 2022-25. see more
The Canadian Philosophical Association is pleased to announce that its journal, Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, has been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Aid to Scholarly Journals grant for 2022–2025. Edited by Nancy Salay (Queen’s University) and Aude Bandini (Université de Montréal) in collaboration with veteran Editorial Assistants Jill Flohil and Cécile Facal, Dialogue is published three times a year by Cambridge University Press. Established in 1962, Dialogue publishes articles in all branches of academic philosophy. Since 2020, the Editors have been engaged in a project to revitalize Dialogue, with the aim of creating an online medium for philosophical engagement. This support from SSHRC will make it possible for Dialogue to complete this work while continuing the philosophical conversation in Canada.
Co-Editors of Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review | Rédacteurs -ices en chef de Dialogue: Revue canadienne de philosophieThe Canadian Philosophical Association invites applications for the positions of editors of Dialogue see more
Co-editors of Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophie, the Canadian Philosophical Association’s journal
The Canadian Philosophical Association invites applications for the positions of Anglophone and of Francophone Editors of Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review.
Dialogue is the scholarly journal of our Association. Its readership includes all members of the Association as well as subscribers throughout the English and French speaking worlds of philosophy.
The new editors will succeed Luc Langlois and Susan Dimock, who have held the positions respectively since 2012 and 2013. The term of the appointment is for four years, renewable.
Cognizant of the great changes that have occurred in academic publishing in general, and in philosophical publishing in particular, the Association is looking for editors who are willing to work with the Executive to devise and implement over the course of their tenures a new format for Dialogue, one which would allow it to distinguish itself more clearly within the changing landscape of philosophical journals, while at the same time living up to its name as providing Canadian and international philosophers with opportunities to engage in “dialogue”, in particular in dialogue between philosophers writing in French and in English.
Duties of the Editor will continue to include the management of the manuscript submission and review process; the occasional solicitation of manuscripts or proposals for special issues; the communication (with the help of a modestly paid Assistant Editor) of acceptances, rejections, or requests for revision and resubmission to authors, with a view to the timely publication of the Journal. A professional allowance of $5000 a year is intended to defray the co-Editors’ expenses.
The new Editor will be expected to try to negotiate with her or his home institution some modest amount of financial and / or logistical support for the Journal.
The commitment of time required to fulfill these duties will average five to ten hours per week.
The next Editor’s four-year term will commence as soon as possible.
Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae along with a statement of goals and qualifications for this position as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “Dialogue Search Committee".
Rédacteurs (-trices) en chef de Dialogue : Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophie, la revue de l’Association canadienne de philosophie
L'Association canadienne de philosophie invite des candidatures pour les postes de rédacteurs (-trices) en chef de Dialogue : Revue canadienne de philosophie, la revue de l’Association canadienne de philosophie.
Dialogue est la revue savante de notre Association. Ses lecteurs comprennent tous les membres de l’Association, ainsi des abonnés à travers les mondes philosophiques anglophone et francophone.
À la lumière des changements très importants qui se sont produits tant dans le monde de la publication académique que plus spécifiquement dans le monde de la publication philosophique, l’Association est à la recherche de rédacteurs qui désirent travailler avec l’Exécutif de l’Association pour concevoir et pour mettre en œuvre un nouveau format pour la revue, qui lui permettra de mieux se démarquer dans le monde en mutation des revues philosophiques, tout en continuant à représenter un espace de « dialogue », notamment pour les philosophes d’expression anglaise et française.
Les responsabilités des rédacteurs-en-chef comprennent la gestion du processus de soumission et d’évaluation de manuscrits; la recherche occasionnelle d’auteurs et de propositions de numéros thématiques; la communication (aidée par un assistant à la rédaction qui recevra une paie modeste) d’acceptations, de rejets, et de demandes de révision et de ressoumissions, le but étant de produire la revue à intervalles réguliers. Les titulaires de ces postes recevront une allocation professionnelle de 5,000$ visant à défrayer leurs dépenses professionnelles.
On s’attendra à ce que les rédacteurs négocient une modeste contribution logistique et/ou financière avec leurs institutions de rattachement.
Les rédacteurs en chef consacreront entre 5 et 10 heures par semaine en moyenne. Le mandat des directeurs débutera au plutôt possible.
Les candidats devraient dans les plus brefs délais soumettre un curriculum vitae à jour, ainsi qu’une brève lettre d’intention à email@example.com avec le sujet « Comité de selection Dialogue ».