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Call for Papers for a forthcoming edited collection, Pandemic Reflections: Saint Francis and the Lepers Catch Up with COVID

16 Jun 2022 6:10 AM | CSM Webmaster (Administrator)

To be published with Ethics International Press (https://ethicspress.com/).     

The collection will focus on Saint Francis, his life with lepers, and the COVID pandemic. The collection is meant to explore what it means to think about Francis in light of the pandemic and what to think of the pandemic in light of Francis, specifically his embrace of and subsequent life with lepers.        

Given the profundity of Francis’ relationship with lepers, his enduring status and influence, and the complexities associated with the COVID pandemic, the volume calls for an array of scholarly and disciplinary reflections. The collection is significant because it will fill a lacuna in Catholic-Franciscan scholarship. The collection will constitute the first book length treatment focusing specifically on the application of Francis’ life with lepers to how individuals and communities ought to live.     

The call for papers can be accessed with the following link: https://ethicspress.com/pages/pandemic-reflections-saint-francis-and-the-lepers The call provides further details regarding the project and potential themes for development. Abstracts for the project are due by July 31st. Completed essays are due by January 15th 2023. The collection is aiming for pieces roughly 3,000 to 6,000 words in length. However, this is more of a guideline than a hard and fast limit.      

To discuss or submit a Chapter for consideration in Pandemic Reflections: Saint Francis and the Lepers Catch Up with COVID Collection, please contact the Editor, Geoffrey Karabin – karabing@neumann.edu or Ethics International Press - admin@ethicspress.com.    


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