CFP: Bloomsbury Studies in Political Philosophy calls for monographs

The Editorial Board for Bloomsbury Studies in Political Philosophy welcome the submission of high-quality proposals and manuscripts for publication in this new series.  The aim of this series is to publish rigorous, cutting-edge, analytic research monographs that will be of interest to those working in law, politics and philosophy.  We will also consider edited collections, provided that the papers fit a clearly defined theme, and that each paper is an original piece of work warranting publication in its own right.  The Board will consider proposals for both theoretical and more applied treatments of topics in political philosophy, such as:

• Rights
• Poverty
• Climate justice
• Political violence (including war, genocide, revolution and terrorism)
• Citizenship
• Immigration and migration
• Privacy
• Issues in international law
• Civil disobedience
• Political authority and legitimacy
• Crimes against humanity
• Rights of secession
• Humanitarian intervention
This list is not exhaustive: we are happy to consider interesting proposals on other relevant topics.  Proposal templates can be downloaded from Enquiries should be directed to the Series Editor, Helen Frowe:

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