Below is a list of Philosophy Journals published or edited in the Australasian region that publish articles in the continental tradition.
Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy
Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal of natural and social philosophy. It serves those who see philosophy's vocation in questioning and challenging prevailing assumptions about ourselves and our place in the world, developing new ways of thinking about physical existence, life, humanity and society, so helping to create the future insofar as thought affects the issue. Philosophy so conceived is not exclusively identified with the work of professional philosophers, and the journal welcomes contributions from philosophically oriented thinkers from all disciplines.
Critical Horizons: A Journal of Philosophy and Social Theory
Critical Horizons works at the intersection of philosophy, aesthetics and social and critical theory. It brings together a unique combination of perspectives to create a vibrant forum for critical analysis and creative dissonance. Critical Horizons is dedicated to publishing original analyses of contemporary social and cultural life from those working at the forefront of critical thinking as well as new generations of critical theorists from across a broad range of cultural contexts and theoretical traditions.
Critical Horizons publishes articles from critical theorists working in social and political philosophy, aesthetics, spatial and urban theory, anthropology, history of ideas, film and art theory, gender studies, comparative literature, social and critical theory.
Critical Horizons is an internationally refereed journal and has published the work of Etienne Balibar, Andrew Bowie, Fred Dallmayr, Manfred Frank, Agnes Heller, Dieter Henrich, Axel Honneth, Martin Jay, Richard Kearney, Alphonso Lingis, Paul Patton, Jacques Rancière, Emmanuel Renault, and Richard Rorty. The journal is published three times a year.
Derrida Today focuses on what Derrida's thought offers to contemporary debates about politics, society and global affairs. Controversies about power, violence, identity, globalisation, the resurgence of religion, economics and the role of critique all agitate public policy, media dialogue and academic debate. Derrida Today explores how Derridean thought and deconstruction make significant contributions to this debate, and reconsider the terms on which it takes place.
Derrida Today is now inviting papers that deal with the ongoing relevance of Derrida's work and deconstruction in general to contemporary issues; the way it reconfigures the academic and social protocols and languages by which such issues are defined and discussed, and innovative artistic practices that adopt a 'deconstructive' approach to how our contemporary situation can be represented.
Published: May & November
Literature and Aesthetics: The Journal of the Sydney Society of Literature and Aesthetics
Literature & Aesthetics publishes fully refereed scholarly articles on the arts from a wide range of viewpoints, as well as occasional poetry, black and white art, short stories and book reviews. The journal reflects the vigour and creativity of contemporary scholarly and artistic practice, and contains articles of interest from leading international scholars and researches in the arts and humanities.
The editors welcome academic articles from authors from around the world on a wide range of topics. The journal has a scope that joins the philosophical to cultural studies. The focus is on literature, but we also philosophically examine a range of other cultural expressions. Literature & Aesthetics fills a gap in this general academic market is attested to by the very wide range of international scholars who submit their research to us.
Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy
Established in 2006, PARRHESIA: A JOURNAL OF CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY is dedicated to publishing the latest work on continental philosophy, along with new translations and interviews with contemporary thinkers. All pieces published in the essay section of PARRHESIA are double blind peer-reviewed. PARRHESIA is affiliated with the Schools of Philosophy and English at the University of Melbourne, and the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy. Each year, PARRHESIA publishes a special issue dedicated to the proceedings of the Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy.
PARRHESIA is a part of the Open Humanities Press, an international open access publishing collective whose mission is to make leading works of contemporary critical thought freely available worldwide.
Sophia: International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysical Theology and Ethics
Covers both analytic and continental philosophy of religion
Considers western and non-western perspectives, including Asian and indigenous cultures
Offers the contributions of specialists on such topics as feminist and postcolonial philosophy of religion
All issues back to Volume 1:1 now available through SpringerLink
Since its founding in 1962, the journal Sophia has provided a forum for discussions in philosophy and religion, focusing on the interstices between metaphysics and theological thinking. The discussions encompass the wider ambience of the sciences ('natural' philosophy and human/social sciences), ethical and moral concerns in the public sphere, critical feminist theology and cross-cultural perspectives.
Sophia's cross-cultural and cross-frontier approach is reflected not only in the international composition of its editorial board, but also in its consideration of analytic, continental, Asian and indigenous responses to issues and developments in the field of philosophy of religion.
Thesis Eleven (Thesis 11), peer reviewed and published quarterly, is multidisciplinary, reaching across the social sciences (sociology, anthropology, philosophy, geography, cultural studies, literature and politics) and cultivating diverse critical theories of modernity. Reflecting the broad scope of social theory it encourages civilizational analysis on a wide range of alternative modernities and takes critical theory from the margins of the world system to its centre.
Colloquy: text theory critique
Colloquy is a peer-reviewed online journal published biannually by postgraduate students in the School of English, Communications and Performance Studies at Monash University.
We provide an active forum for postgraduate debate, and contribute to a lively postgraduate culture.
The editors are currently seeking submissions in the areas of critical theory and philosophy, literary and cultural studies, film and television studies, and communications and media studies.