Plenum Publishing Australia


Plenum Publishing is part of the Plenum Group, an Australian owned and operated company. Plenum Publishing was started in 2012 to provide publishing services to the academic community. Our goal is to establish an interface where individuals can access specialized scholarly titles, including journals, books and dissertations in an electronic format.

We are keen to grow and attract new inventory of scholarly works from a broad range of subject matters. We specialise in working closely with individuals that are looking to publish material online. We offer a proffessional and personal service to bring your work to the wider market and make it available worldwide. Our publishing platform gives you the option of publishing your scholarly content with open access, delayed open access and/or fully payed subscription services.

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Premium Journals:

 

Spunti e ricerche; rivista d'italianistica

Spunti e ricerche is an academic journal based in Melbourne founded in 1985 and with a circulation to individuals and libraries in Australia, Europe and North America. Spunti e ricerche's Editorial Board is composed of Italianists from Melbourne tertiary institutions and is assisted by an Advisory Board made up of Italianists of international fame. The journal's aim is to foster high quality original research in Italian Studies both in Australia and Internationally. It welcomes articles of a comparative nature. Publication is annual, individual volumes may consist of articles on a broadly defined theme, on a particular writer, or on various subjects. Spunti welcomes submissions in electronic form in MLA format. All articles submitted are subject to a peer refereeing process.

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Transcultural Studies: A Series in Interdisciplinary Research

In the words of the Russian critic Mikhail Epstein, to adopt a transcultural orientation as a mode of inquiry means to be “located beyond any particular mode of existence”, or “finding one's place on the border of existing cultures. This realmbeyond all cultures is located inside of transculture and belongs to this state of not-belonging…”.

The consequence of a critic adopting a position on the outside of whatever is conceived as the inside of his or her social and cultural domain requires forfeiture of “culture-centrism” and a conscious resistance to the totalizing effects of ideology. A transcultural critic, like Epstein, or a transcultural philosopher like Merab Mamardashvili, whose concept of nothingness is the ground of Epstein's anti-position, eschews national and cultural identity, identity politics and multiculturalism.

Such freedom from ideologically oriented or discipline-bound directions in scholarship requires a conscious effort that is not unlike the job of Socrates: the effort of ridding oneself of prejudices, idols and icons of scholarly fashion. The editorial board of Transcultural Studies: A Series in Interdisciplinary Research , sharing this view, welcomes contributions on a wide range of emerging issues in the humanities and on interdisciplinary topics that go beyond the disciplinary while offering self-reflexive critiques of their own methodologies.

Each issue will focus on a specific topic or area and will have a guest editor. The core editorial board will plan and advertise topics for forthcoming issues and advise on the refereeing process.

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The Dostoevsky Journal: An Independent Review

The Dostoevsky Journal: An Independent Review is a refereed international interdisciplinary journal promoting deconstructive readings of the works of F. M. Dostoevsky in conjunction with other texts of the European literary canon. Contributions are invited on topics that situate Dostoevsky in the context of postmodernism, poststructuralism and phenomenology, or which try to extend the boundaries of Dostoevsky's poetics.

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ConVivio - Journal of ideas in Italian Studies

Convivio provided a forum for contemporary thought on a variety of issues in Italian culture. It is a bilingual digest of academic issues of broad disciplinary interest for advanced university students of Italian Studies and for an educated public.

The journal is now defunct and no longer accepting submssions for publications.

 

We are still actively uploading old issues and volumes.

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