Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. Barbara B. Pemberton: Creating Sacred Spaces: The Power of Rap Music on the Religioius Consciousness Available online 5 November 2018
  2. Richard McDonough: Melvilleʼs New Seafarerʼs Philosophy in Moby-Dick Available online 29 October 2018
  3. Selçuk Artut: Using a Machine Learning Algorithm to Create a Computational Artwork: Variable Available online 1 October 2018
  4. Nicholas Smith: How Testimony Can Be a Source of Knowledge 28 August 2018
  5. Kevin Dodd: “Blood Suckers Most Cruel:” The Vampire and the Bat In and Before Dracula Available online 22 August 2018
  6. Ibrahim A. El-Hussari: Jabra Ibrahim Jabraʼs In Search of Walid Masoud. A Polyphony of (Un)Orchestrated Opus Available online 9 August 2018
  7. William M. OʼMeara: A Natural Ethics of Gratitude Available online 25 June 2018
  8. Donald Callen Freed: Art Deco in American Song: Holland Robinsonʼs Loose Lyrics of Lovely Ladies and Mac Harshbergerʼs Drawings Available online 24 June 2018
  9. B. Glenn Chandler: The Lupo Legacy: Agents for Change  Available online 14 June 2018
  10. Davor Pećnjak: Aesthetic Properties of the Art of Painting: Subjective or Objective? Available online 18 April 2018
  11. Christine Condaris: Correlating Methods of Teaching Aural Skills with Individual Learning Styles Available online 30 March 2018
  12. Finley Lawson: “Not Three Gods, but One” – Why Reductionism Does Not Serve Our Theological Discourse  Available online 12 March 2018