Popular Culture and Philosophy

A blog for contributors and editors by Series Editor, George A. Reisch

1984 and Philosophy, Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts: 1984 and Philosophy Edited by Ezio Di Nucci & Stefan Storrie Abstracts are sought for a volume in Open Court’s Philosophy of Popular Culture series on George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four with the title “1984 and Philosophy.” Contributors to this volume include: Mark Alfano, James Conant, Vincent Hendricks and Torbjörn Tännsjö. “1984” is a deeply philosophical work that [...]

American Horror Story and Philosophy, Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts: American Horror Story and Philosophy Richard Greene & Rachel Robison-Greene, Editors Abstracts are sought for a collection of philosophical essays related to the television series American Horror Story. This volume will be published by Open Court Publishing (the publisher of The Simpsons and Philosophy, The Matrix and Philosophy, Dexter and Philosophy, The [...]

The Dark Tower and Philosophy, Call for Abstracts

The Dark Tower and Philosophy, CFA Edited by Jacob May and Nicolas Michaud for The Open Court Series Abstracts and subsequent essays must be accessible to a lay audience as well as philosophically substantial. All writing should be engaging and directly relevant to the upcoming Dark Tower film, the circulated comic series, and of course [...]

Iron Man vs Captain America and Philosophy, CFA

Call for Abstracts: Iron Man vs Captain America and Philosophy Edited by Nicolas Michaud and Jessica Watkins Abstracts and subsequent essays must be accessible to a lay audience as well as philosophically substantial. All writing should be engaging and directly relevant to Iron Man and Captain America through film, comics, and games. Each chapter accepted [...]

Amy Schumer and Philosophy, CFA

Amy Schumer and Philosophy, CFA Amy Schumer’s television show, “Inside Amy Schumer” has completed its fourth season on Comedy Central and is renewed for a fifth. She wrote and starred in the movie, Trainwreck (2015), which was nominated for two Golden Globes as well as the award for Best Screenplay by the Writers’ Guild of [...]

The Americans and Philosophy, CFA

Call for Abstracts The Americans and Philosophy Edited by Robert Arp From Wikipedia: “Set in the early 1980s during the Cold War, The Americans is the story of Elizabeth and Philip Jennings, two Soviet KGB officers posing as an American married couple living in the northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., with their unsuspecting children and their [...]

Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy, CFA

JIMI HENDRIX AND PHILOSOPHY Abstracts are hereby solicited for Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy, an edition in the Popular Culture series by Open Court (which has published Philosophy and Girls, Philosophy and Batman, Philosophy and David Bowie, Philosophy and Seinfeld and many more).  The object is to reach an intelligent lay audience regarding its loves and [...]

The Man in the High Castle and Philosophy, CFA

Naturally, Colbert knows all about it. Here is The Man in the High Castle and Philosophy CFA. Contact the editors at TMITHCandPhilosophy@gmail.com and please include a copy of your CV or equivalent when pitching potential contributions to this volume.

MR. ROBOT and Philosophy, CFA

Call for Abstracts: Mr. Robot and Philosophy Richard Greene & Rachel Robison-Greene, Editors Abstracts are sought for a collection of philosophical essays related to the television series Mr. Robot. This volume will be published by Open Court Publishing (the publisher of The Simpsons and Philosophy, The Matrix and Philosophy, Dexter and Philosophy, The Walking Dead and [...]

Hamilton and Philosophy, Call for Abstracts

Hamilton and Philosophy, CFA Co-edited by Aaron Rabinowitz and Robert Arp   Hamilton: An American Musical is a cultural phenomenon that is promoting interest in revolutionary history and race in America. The show is poised to sweep the Tony Awards and will soon have productions opening nationwide and internationally. Hamilton and Philosophy will be a book [...]

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