Along with welcoming students back to campus and pulling our sweaters down from the attic, we busied ourselves with the production and finalization of several new works this month.
- A new issue of the Michigan Quarterly Review was published. Volume 50, Issue 1 features a little bit of everything, from Michael Reid Busk’s article on the No Coast Derby Girls to francine j. harris’ aptly named poem “what you’d find buried in the dirt under charles f. kettering sr. high school (detroit, michigan).” In total, the issue includes nineteen original essays, poems, fictional works, and reviews.
- Three articles from the Philosopher’s Imprint were introduced this month:
- “Bishop Butler on Forgiveness and Resentment” by Ernesto V. Garcia tackles Butler’s complex theories on resentment and forgiveness.
- “Temporal Experiences and Their Parts” by Philippe Chuard, as the abstract states, develops an objection to the extensional model of time consciousness.
- “Aristotle on Self-Knowledge and Friendship” by Zena Hitz analyzes Aristotle’s views on friendship and happiness.
- 64 articles from the Encyclopedia of Diderot & d’Alembert Collaborative Translation Project were released. This ongoing initiative provides a platform for users to explore a small, translated selection of the original 70,000 articles. Each entry also contains a link to the original French version.
- The Journal of Anthropological Review published a new issue. Volume 67, Issue 3 covers a wide range of topics: the CIA and anthropological research, Kingship in the Neo-Assyrian Empire, rock art, and Little Bighorn’s impact on identity. Although a full version of this issue is only available to subscribers, anyone may search the journal archive, view results, and purchase individual articles as PDFs.