Draft updated on Oct 9th.
The Secular Society of Sri Lanka announces a call for papers for its online journal at www.secularsrilanka.com. The invited topic is “How a Secularized Constitution can benefit all citizens in Sri Lanka?” as part of the project to foster Secular Humanism based on Science and Reason.
Specifically, we encourage authors to undertake any one, or combination of, the following questions:
Submission of a paper is understood to imply that it is original, has not already been published in whole or in substantial part elsewhere, and is not currently under consideration by any other journal. We are accepting submissions by e-mail attachment in .rtf or .doc format. Submissions are peer reviewed, so your paper should omit self-identifying information. An abstract of not more than 100 words should be placed at the start of the paper. There is no deadline for submissions, as we will be regularly publishing papers about Secularism in our journals and blogs during the coming years.
Papers for www.secularsrilanka.com, may be between 1500 and 3000 words, should avoid a technical style, and not use footnotes (text references to items listed in a bibliography is ok). Submissions to Secular Sri Lanka Blog go to firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers intended for our Journal will be held to the usual standards of philosophical sophistication and contribution to advancing knowledge. Information for authors can be obtained after joining the authors' list. Sign in and apply for authors' list membership or contact the list administrator.