Negations is an interdisciplinary journal of social thought dedicated to expanding the realm of discourse. Our methodological approach is to draw on directly relevant work by scholars, poets and artists from across the arts and humanities to create a wide ranging synthesis of critical assessments of the current realm of discourse and a range of proposals synthesized from the traditions and experts of the collective arts and humanities.
Negations is published twice annually in the city of Dallas, Texas, United States of America by the Negations Institute, a 501c3 non-profit corporation.
Subscriptions are available at $20 annually.
Donations are welcome and --since Negations is a non-profit corporation under section 501c3 of the United Status tax code-- they are fully deductible.
Poetry or article submissions should include a copy on either Macintosh or DOS disk in a standard wordprocessor format and three print copies.
Articles should be 15 to 25 double-spaced pages in Chicago style with bibliography and endnotes, not footnotes.
Submissions of poetry should include four to ten poems.
Artwork is accepted in black and white only. Submissions are judged in a peer selection process.
PO Box 835984 Richardson TX 75083
J.L. Hinman - Publisher
Tim Wood - Managing Editor
Jim Bratone - Special Editor
Ray Hinman - Poetry Editor
Lantz Miller - Book review Editor
Fran Carris - Copy Editor
Patricia Miklos - Copy Editor
Rodger Thompson - Proofing
Alex Argyros - Literary Studies, University of Texas at Dallas
William S. Babcock - Director, Graduate Program in Religious Studies, Southern Methodist University
Charles R. Bombach - History of Ideas, University of Texas at Dallas
David Channell - History of Ideas and - Philosophy of Science, University of Texas at Dallas
William Gibson - Sociology, University of California at Long Beach
Susan Heckman - Dean of Graduate Program in Humanities, University of Texas at Arlington
Geoffrey Hale -
Frederick Hotz - Philosophy, Collin County Community College
Lorraine Kahn - Formerly Visiting Scholar in Film, Institute of Industrial Relations, The University of California at Berkeley
Barry Katz - Formerly Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University
Marcia Landy - Department of English, University of Pittsburgh
Kevin Mattson - Rutgers University
Greg Miller - Communications, San Diego State University
James O'Connor - Professor of Economics, The University of California at Santa Cruz
George Pepper - retired, Jaspers Scholar, Iona College
Jim Perkinson - Historical Theology, University of Detroit
Brian Spitzberg - Communication, San Diego State University
Trudy Struenegle - Kent State University
Theodore Walker - Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
Victor Worsfold - Ethics, University of Texas at Dallas
Dr. George Moushegian - School of Human Development, University of Texas at Dallas