East & Southeast Asia Philosophy Publishing Workshop
The Lex Academic Philosophy Publishing Workshop:
East & Southeast Asia
Date: 24 May, 2023
Time: 18:00–19:30 (Japan); 17.00–18.30 (Taiwan); 16.00–17.30 (Thailand); 10.00–11.30 (UK).
Kanit (Mitinunwong) Sirichan (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
Sascha Benjamin Fink (University of Leipzig, Germany; Co-Editor-in-Chief, Philosophy and the Mind Sciences)
Ying-Tung Lin (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; Associate Editor, Philosophy and the Mind Sciences).
In conversation with Constantine Sandis (Lex Academic and University of Hertfordshire, UK).
This free online workshop aims to help and inform researchers in East and Southeast Asia looking to publish in philosophy journals worldwide, especially those who are at early stages of their career.
The first half of the workshop will focus on paper preparation (writing strategies, topic choice, co-authorship, feedback on drafts, proofreading and editorial services) and submission (selecting the right journal, special issues, open access, edited volumes, and the review process).
The second half of the workshop will offer insights into being a reviewer (challenges, how to get involved, the perils of Reviewer #2) and journal editorship and management (finding suitable referees, turnaround times, and tackling linguistic bias).
The workshop will be followed by a Q&A session. Participants are welcome to ask their questions via the live chat (including anonymously), or in advance of the session via email.
Participation is free and open to all. To obtain the Zoom link, please register by 5pm (Japan Standard Time) on May 23 by completing the following Google Form: https://forms.gle/5PKoxtyuSLFwgaaE6. The Zoom link will appear after registration, and a reminder email will be sent out a day before the workshop.
Kanit (Mitinunwong) Sirichan (ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร. กนิษฐ์ (มิตินันท์วงศ์) ศิริจันทร์) is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. She received her PhD in Philosophy from the University of Warwick and wrote a PhD thesis entitled “An Ontology of Practice” under the supervision of Michael Luntley. Her primary areas of expertise are metaphysics, and the philosophy of mind and language. Some of her English publications are “The Direct Reference Theory of Pejoratives in Hate Speech” (2001); “In Hate Hated”: Hate Speech and Its Content” (2015) (co-authored with Ernest Lepore); and “Reasoning and Its Limits” (2012). She is also working on a translation of Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations into Thai language. She is currently a member of the local academic committee for the ANPOSS Conference 2023 (Asian Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences).
Kengo Miyazono (宮園健吾) is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at Hokkaido University, Japan. His main research areas are the philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, and philosophy of psychiatry. His recent publications include Philosophy of Psychology: An Introduction (Polity, 2021, with Lisa Bortolotti) and Delusions and Beliefs: A Philosophical Inquiry (Routledge, 2018). He is an Editor of Philosophical Psychology and an Associate Editor of Philosophical Explorations.
Sascha Benjamin Fink is currently substituting for Professor Kristina Musholt as Chair of Cognitive Anthropology at the University of Leipzig. Otherwise, he is the Juniorprofessor for Neurophilosophy at the Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg. His focus is on phenomenal consciousness, specifically on related neuroscientific research, its structure, and technical manipulability. Since 2019, he has been Co-Editor-in-Chief for the diamond open access journal Philosophy and the Mind Sciences, which he co-founded with Wanja Wiese and Jennifer M. Windt. The German Science Association (DFG) is now funding a project that seeks to improve and scale up its sustainable, not-for-profit publishing model.
Ying-Tung Lin (林映彤) is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. Her research interests include self-consciousness in mental simulation (e.g., memory, imagination, and dreaming), pain and suffering, and ethical issues in human–AI interactions. She is currently an Associate Editor of Philosophy and the Mind Sciences.
Constantine Sandis is a Founding Director of author services company Lex Academic, Visiting Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hertfordshire, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He has authored and edited over twenty books on the philosophy of action, moral psychology, Hume, Wittgenstein, and more. Sandis is an Editorial Board member of Hegel Bulletin and Think and an Area Editor of Philpapers. He has previously served as an Associate Editor of Philosophical Explorations and an Area Editor of Ergo.
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