Teilhard Studies

Teilhard Studies is a monograph series concerned with the future of the human in the light of the writings of Teilhard de Chardin. Two issues each year are planned, to be sent to members of the American Teilhard Association.

Below, there are links to the first page of every past study in adobe acrobat format. There is a link to a short biography for each author as well. You can find a list of all issues of Teilhard Studies that are still in print here. You can also find potential reading lists of Teilhard Studies here.

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Back issues of Teilhard Studies may be purchased from the American Teilhard Association at a rate of $4.50 per copy plus postage and handling.

For purchases outside the United States, send an inquiry to kduffy@chc.edu with a list of issues you wish to purchase. You will receive an invoice and instructions for payment.

If you prefer to pay by check, you may send an email to Kathleen Duffy, SSJ, Chestnut Hill College, 9601 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118 with a list of issues you wish to purchase. You will receive an invoice and instructions for payment.

If you have any questions, email kduffy@chc.edu.

AN INVITATION TO AUTHORS

The editorial board of Teilhard Studies welcomes proposals for papers that explore, develop, or put into practice Teilhard’s vision. Proposals should:

* contain an outline or long abstract, 2 to 4 pages in length, which clearly shows the argument you will make in your paper;
* contain a preliminary list of sources you intend to engage;
* include your name, email or surface mail address, and a brief bio.

Proposals are evaluated blindly by the editorial board on a monthly basis. When you submit a proposal, you will receive confirmation acknowledging receipt which will notify you of the date by which you will know the status of your proposal. Should your proposal be accepted, you will receive the Teilhard Studies publication guidelines.

The editorial board is eager to work with early-career or first-time scholars and writers; feel free to make your publication experience clear in your bio. Send proposals and questions to Laura Eloe, Ph.D. at eloel1@udayton.edu or 140 E. Krepps Rd. Xenia, OH 45385. You can download a printable version of these Proposal Guidelines here. Our Publication Guidelines are available for download here.