SHIBBOLETHS:
A JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE THEORY
AND CRITICISM

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers and book reviews are invited for an upcoming special issue of Shibboleths devoted to Caribbean philosophy and edited by Friedrich Ochieng'-Odhiambo.  For more information, please click HERE.

Other forthcoming issues include special issues devoted to George Lamming (in honour of his 90th birthday), Derek Walcott (to commemorate his passing), Frantz Fanon, and African Philosophy.

CALL FOR BOOK REVIEWS

Please send book reviews to the General Editor, Richard Clarke, at this EMAIL ADDRESS.  Reviews, once accepted, are normally published in the two issues of Shibboleths that appear in June and December annually, but may also be published at other times of the year as the occasion arises.  All reviewers should follow the submission guidelines found below.

ISSUES

Volume 4:

bullet 4.2 (June 2017 forthcoming)
bullet 4.1 (December 2016)

Volume 3:

bullet 3.2 (June 2009)
bullet 3.1 (December 2008)

Volume 2:

bullet 2.2 (June 2008)
bullet 2.1 (December 2007)

Volume 1: (Re)Thinking Caribbean Culture

bullet 1.2 (June 2007)
bullet 1.1 (December 2006)

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Shibboleths: a Journal of Comparative Theory and Criticism is a publication of Shibboleths Publishing, Bridgetown, Barbados. 
2006-Present

 

 

 

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE
 

Richard L. W. Clarke, PhD

richard.clarke@cavehill.uwi.edu

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Richard Clarke is Senior Lecturer in Literary Theory in the Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature at the the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.  His main teaching and research interests lie in Continental philosophy, Literary and Rhetorical Theory, and Comparative Literature.

Andrew Armstrong, PhD

andrew.armstrong@cavehill.uwi.edu

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Andrew Armstrong is Lecturer in Literatures in English in the Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature at the the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.  His main teaching and research interests lie in African literature and film, the history of the novel and literary theory.

Nicola Hunte, PhD

nicola.hunte@cavehill.uwi.edu

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Nicola Hunte is Lecturer in Literatures in English in the Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature at the the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.  Her main teaching and research interests include West Indian and African American literature.

 

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