Volume 2 (2007-2008):
(Re)Thinking Caribbean Culture
word or pronunciation that distinguishes people of one group or class
from those of another. 2a. A word or phrase identified with a
particular group or cause; a catchword. 2b. A commonplace saying
or idea; even a cliché, outworn dogma. 3. A custom or practice
that betrays one as an outsider.
an open access, peer-reviewed
journal devoted to exploring
all aspects of Philosophy and
We welcome submissions that seek to
of these fields (including discussions of particular philosophers or theorists, specific
phases and periods, and schools of thought),
explore their development in particular
(e.g. African as opposed to Asian thought),
topics, problems or issues
of interest to philosophers and theorists (in areas such
as the arts, communication, education, geography, history, knowledge,
metaphysics, the mind, body and self, morality, politics and the law, race,
reasoning, religion, the natural sciences, sexuality, society and culture and, last but not least,
the nature of philosophy and theory themselves).
As the very name 'Shibboleths'
implies, we are particularly interested in studies which adopt a
comparative approach and / or seek to interrogate theoretical commonplaces
and orthodoxies. Our approach is pluralist: we are open to a variety of
view and strive to privilege none.
exclusively Caribbean in focus, attempts to theorise the Caribbean, theories
by Caribbean thinkers, and efforts to situate Caribbean thought within a
wider socio-historical and intellectual context inevitably form an important
part of what we do, given the roots of many of us involved in this
project, and are particularly welcome.
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