Studies in the History of Ethics, a web-based, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality research and reviews in the history of ethics, announces a special call for papers for a symposium to be published in winter 2006.

TOPIC: Mill’s Ethics (in commemoration of the bicentennial of J.S. Mill’s birth)

The editors welcome high quality articles developing substantive and
historical aspects of J.S. Mill’s ethical thought. Submitted
manuscripts should:

    * be 4,000-10,000 words in length
    * be written in English
    * meet high standards of historical scholarship while also
illuminating central issues in philosophical ethics raised by Mill’s
thought (including issues in ethical theory, metaethics, social and
political philosophy, applied ethics, moral psychology, and legal

Jonathan Riley (Tulane University)

E-mail submissions, preferably in .rtf, .doc, or .pdf format to The journal’s submission guidelines
can be found at

December 1, 2006