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The Imaginative Conservative is pleased to share the news of the arrival of a new academic journal – ANAMNESIS.

New Academic Journal and Call for Papers: ANAMNESIS, A Journal for the Study of Tradition, Place, and ‘Things Divine.’

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the launching of a new academic journal: ANAMNESIS, A Journal for the Study of Tradition, Place, and ‘Things Divine.’ Issues explored by the journal’s contributors will include civil society, agrarianism, human scale, localism, the limits of reason, the role of custom and history, logos, natural law theory, and mythos.

You can view this new journal at Quarterly print editions of ANAMNESIS will begin to circulate and be distributed by the end of March 2011. You can enter your contact information on the ANAMNESIS website, and we will further inform you about the coming first print edition.

CALL FOR PAPERS: ANAMNESIS is now accepting academic articles, review-essays, book reviews, and web articles. More information about how to submit and the publication procedures can be found on the ANAMNESIS journal site.

Best Regards,

Peter Haworth

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