The Acorn: Journal of the Gandhi-King Society

Newsletter of the Concerned Philosophers for Peace Vol. 26 (Spring – Summer 2006)

The Acorn: Journal of the Gandhi-King Society, is a biannual publication devoted to the examination of the theory and practice of nonviolence, especially as it relates to the philosophies of Gandhi and King. The Acorn was founded by Ha Poong Kim. Currently issues of The Acorn are published with the support of St. Bonaventure University.

Papers submitted for publication in The Acorn should be submitted both in hard copy and on disk or via e-mail, preferably in Microsoft Word format. Submissions may be up to 8,000 words in length (approximately 32 typed pages, double spaced). Shorter papers or essays are welcome. Papers should follow M.L.A. style. Papers about which there is some question regarding either quality or appropriateness are presented for blind review to members of our editorial board. Approximately half of all submissions are published.

The Acorn accepts no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts. Unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope, no manuscript will be returned. The Acorn welcomes letters to the editor. The Acorn reserves the right to edit or shorten all submissions.

Subscriptions to The Acorn (two issues per year) are $12.00 (U.S. funds) for all subscribers. Checks should be made payable to The Acorn or to The Gandhi-King Society.

Papers and queries may be directed to:
The Acorn
Box 13
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778 U.S.A
e-mail: bgan (at) sbu.edu
phone: 716-375-2275
website: http://acorn.sbu.edu

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