Avello Publishing has a unique journal, which combines world – leading scholarly research based in Cambridge with unorthodox, international reading material. We would like to encourage original philosophical interpretations of rare books on eccentric topics or subjects. From issue to issue, we wish to cover a wide variety of thematics, to reflect the diverse nature of the future of the music industry, revolutions, ontology, film, law, globalization, psychoanalysis and technology.
Avello aims at publishing first-rate articles, theory and conference notes on all aspects of analytical or continental philosophy, but especially those influencing literature. Articles of a purely exegetical or historical character are also welcome. Discussions of papers published in journals and books elsewhere are encouraged, as long as bibliographical referencing is adhered to and all copyrights are respected.
Manuscripts of length between 3, 000 – 7,000 words should be prepared for anonymous refereeing. Authors are encouraged to submit articles by e-mail (please quote your paper’s title). Authors of accepted articles will be asked to prepare a final electronic version in accordance with the house style.
Manuscripts are accepted for review under the understanding that the work submitted for publication has not been published elsewhere and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Editor – in – Chief
Jason Wakefield, University of Cambridge.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor Phil Cardew, Leeds Beckett University.
Professor Cornel West, Union Theological Seminary, New York.
Professor Catherine Malabou, University of Kingston, London.
Professor Clayton Crockett, University of Central Arkansas.
Professor Ian Buchanan, University of Wollongong.
Professor Filip Kovačević, University of San Francisco.
Professor Robert Stolorow, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis Los Angeles.
Professor Jeff Robbins, Lebanon Valley College.
Professor Claire Colebrook, University of Penn State.
Professor Katharina Kraus, University of Freiburg.
Doctor Brent Potter, Pacifica Graduate Institute, California.
Independent Advisory Committee
Vicente Marçal, Federal University of Rondonia, Brazil.
Babette Babich, University of Fordham, New York.
David Bevington, University of Chicago.
Fausto Fraisopi, University of Freiburg.
Keith Ansell – Pearson, University of Warwick.
Adrian Johnston, University of New Mexico.
Colin Gardner, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Alvaro Figueredo, University of Cambridge.
Bent Meier Sørensen, Copenhagen Business School,
Howard Marks, University of Oxford. (Deceased).
Jeremiah Younossi, New York University.
Elisabeth Strack, Gemmological Institute Hamburg.