AMITY The Journal of Friendship Studies

AMITY publishes scholarship of the highest quality in the arts and social sciences and acts as a forum for the development of inter-disciplinary work on friendship.

Call for Papers

Authors are welcome to submit manuscripts for review and consideration at any time. In order to do so you will need to register register on this site (registration is free). General guidelines for articles can be found at Call for papers(PDF).

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AMITY – The Journal of Friendship Studies is an international, peer-reviewed journal that aims to examine the long and rich tradition of friendship both within and across cultural and historical boundaries. The Editors invite original and analytical interdisciplinary academic articles regarding the exploration and development of the study of friendship.

The Editors invite original and analytical interdisciplinary academic articles regarding the exploration and development of the study of friendship. The editors particularly welcome research related to the following topics:

The philosophical character of friendship; The ethics of friendship; Historical and evolving theories of friendship; Friendship and culture; Friendship and science; Friendship and despotism; Friendship and liberty; Friendship and modernity; Friendship and society; Friendship and the state; Friendship between states; Friendship and politics; Friendship and Equality; Friendship and Hierarchy; Friendship and pluralism; Friendship and community; Friendship and religion; Friendship: justice and ‘the good society’; Friendship: ties with animals; Friendship: cosmopolitanism and internationalism; Friendship: sociology and psychology

Authors can submit applications by registering at www.amityjournal.com. Articles should be between 6,000 to 10,000 words.  Please consult the journal’s ‘Instructions for Authors’, see overleaf or at www.amityjournal.com. For further information please check the website or  contact the Advisory Editor Professor Preston King at pking@morehouse.edu, the Executive Co-Editors Dr. Heather Devere at heather.devere@otago.ac.nz and Dr. Graham M. Smith at ipigms@leeds.ac.uk.
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ISSN: 2324-1888