The Journal of Posthumanism will not impose any Open Access Fees for the foreseeable future. All fees are currently waived.Read more about Open Access Article Fees waived for the Journal
We are thrilled to announce that the Journal of Posthumanism has been accepted for indexing in Scopus. This achievement underscores the dedication and excellence of our entire scholarly community, which has steadfastly supported the journal's mission.
We extend our gratitude to everyone who has played a role in making the Journal of Posthumanism a platform for advancing interdisciplinary discussions and shaping the discourse on the posthuman condition.Read more about The Journal of Posthumanism has been accepted for indexing in Scopus.
The Metahuman Futures Special Issue, edited by Jaime del Val and Cagdas Dedeoglu, is out. This special issue is dedicated to the 1st Metahuman Futures Forum held in Lesvos on 1-2 October 2022, as part of the Bodynet-Khorós project co-funded by the European Union and contains part of the theoretical research of the project. The issue comprises a collection of seven papers, a book review, and the Metahuman Futures Manifesto, all of which contribute to the understanding of metahumanism and its relationship with posthumanism and transhumanism in the age of planetary holocaust.
You can access our issue here.
2023-07-03Bodynet-Khorós Vision Statement
BODYNET-KHORÓS is a three-year EU Funded project, coordinated by Reverso Transdisciplinary Association and Jaime del Val (Spain) with partners K. Danse (France), University of the Aegean (Greece), and initially also with TMA (Germany). (www.bodynet-khoros.eu)
BODYNET-KHORÓS is a transdisciplinary project on digital and physical artistic experimentation for reinventing the body, movement, and relations towards sustainable and plural ways of living and for restoring the Planet’s Health in the Anthropocene, across the arts, technology, philosophy, and the social dimension. The project proposes to address the current global, ecological, and social challenges in a unique, original and transversal approach that stresses the underestimated role of the moving body and the need to reinvent it.
It is our pleasure to inform you that our new issue (Vol. 2, No. 3) is now available and still open access.
This issue includes seven full-length articles on a wide range of topics, one commentary, two book reviews, and two artistic works.
We are grateful for our reviewers, who made another excellent issue possible, and we congratulate all the authors who contributed their works to this issue.
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We are so happy to announce that Journal of Posthumanism will publish three issues per year as of 2022: February, June, & October.
We invite papers, commentaries, interviews, book reviews, and artistic works investigating the posthuman condition in its diverse modes of being and knowing.
We also review special issue proposals and book review ideas for the upcoming issues. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.Read more about As of 2022, Journal of Posthumanism will publish three issues per year!