Gerad Gentry, Lewis University
(Visiting Associate) The University of Chicago
Lydia Moland, Colby College
Assistant Symposium Editor
Eliza Little, The University of Chicago
Owen Ware, University of Toronto
Assistant Peer-Review Editor
Brian Tracz, University of California, San Diego
Book Review Editor
Andreja Novakovic, University of California, Berkeley
Assistant Book Review Editor
Jessica Williams, University of South Florida
The SGIR Review is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Society for German Idealism and Romanticism and registered with the United States Library of Congress. The aim of the SGIR Review is to serve as a premier venue for diverse leading scholarship and discussion in German idealism and romanticism.
The SGIR Review is structured around three major components. It publishes (i) symposium reviews and responses written for SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Sessions at annual American Philosophical Association conferences (Eastern, Central, and Pacific); (ii) peer-reviewed articles; and (iii) book reviews. The SGIR Review occasionally provides a book review to other journals in the field such as the Kantian Review. In such cases, we note the copyright transfer in the bibliographic portion of the review and reproduce it here with the permission of the given publisher (e.g. Cambridge Journals).
Nominations and self-nominations for symposium reviews should be submitted to email@example.com.
Articles should be submitted to the peer-review editor. Submissions (i) should be prepared for blind review (all self-identifying information removed), (ii) should be between 5,000 and 12,000 words (inclusive of footnotes and bibliography); (iii) cannot have been previously published or simultaneously under review; and (iv) must use Chicago MS. If accepted for publication the author agrees to the SGIR Review’s exclusive rights to the material. Later inclusion of the material in another publication must first receive the consent of the SGIR Review.
Requests to have a book reviewed should be sent to the book review editor along with a short list of suggested reviewers and contact information.
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Table of Contents
SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Book Symposium, 2019 Eastern APA:
1. Dean Moyar on Andreja Novakovic's Hegel on Second Nature in Ethical Life
SGIR Author-Meets-Critics Book Symposium, 2019 Central APA:
4. Colin McLear on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
5. Francey Russell on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
6. David Sussman on Melissa Merritt’s Kant on Reflection and Virtue
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