Continental Philosophy and the History of Thought
The Continental Philosophy and the History of Thought series seeks to augment and amplify scholarship in continental philosophy by exploring its rich and complex relationships to figures, schools of thought, and philosophical movements that are crucial for its evolution and development. A historical focus allows potential authors to uncover important but understudied thinkers and ideas that were nonetheless foundational for various continental schools of thought. Furthermore, critical scholarship on the histories of continental philosophy will also help re-position, challenge, and even overturn dominant interpretations of established, well-known philosophical views while refining and re-interpreting them in light of new historical discoveries and textual analyses. The series seeks to publish carefully edited collections and high quality monographs that present the best of scholarship in continental philosophy and its histories.

Editor(s): Christian Lotz (lotz@msu.edu) and Antonio Calcagno (acalcagn@uwo.ca)
Advisory Board: Smaranda Aldea (Kent State University), Amy Allen (Penn State University), Silvia Benso (Rochester Institute of Technology), Peg Birmingham (DePaul University), Jeffrey Bloechl (Boston College), Andrew Cutrofello (Loyola University, Chicago), Marguerite La Caze (University of Queensland), Christina M. Gschwandtner (Fordham University), Dermot Moran (Boston College and University College Dublin), Ann Murphy (University of New Mexico), Michael Naas (DePaul University), Eric Nelson (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Marjolein Oele (University of San Francisco), Mariana Ortega (Penn State University), Elena Pulcini (University of Florence, Italy), Alan Schrift (Grinell College), Anthony Steinbock (Stony Brook University), Brad Stone (Loyola Marymount University)
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)
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