The editors invite contributions from social theory, historical sociology, political philosophy, political theory, phenomenology, hermeneutics, and, more broadly, cultural studies, anthropology, geography that critically advance our understanding of the human condition in modernity. The journal aims to:
- Foster challenging and innovative research on modernity and multiple modernities especially with reference to inter-civilizational horizons.
- Interrogate varieties of modernity and the formation of political freedom.
- Critically engage with political ecology, and theories, philosophies and cultural histories of nature, broadly construed.
- Encourage phenomenological and hermeneutical analyses, especially those that address social, historical, political, cultural and ecological dimensions of the world.
- Nurture a particular comparative emphasis on civilizational world-views, inter-civilizational encounters and historical trajectories, especially in regard to East Asia and the West.
- Publish high quality research that truly reflects an international and multi-regional scope in the field of social and political imaginaries, broadly conceived.
Submissions should be sent by email to the editors here: social.imaginaries [@] zetabooks.com.