Call for Guest Posts

The administrators and editors of the Indian Philosophy Blog (Amod, Elisa, Ethan, and Matthew) have been considering ways that we can widen the pool of contributors while maintaining the quality of our current contributions. To this end, we are here issuing a standing call for guest posts. We would like to invite contributions consisting in academic investigations into Indian philosophy that meet the standard set already by existing blog posts. We hope that this is a way that scholars may share their work or interests with the wider community and that the blog may continue to foster collegiality between the members of our field.
In particular, we welcome:

  1. guest posts by graduate students presenting their research,
  2. guest posts by PhD holders or PhD students presenting a paper (by them or by other people) which has recently been published on a peer review journal (or book) or accepted for a conference,
  3. guest posts by PhD holders or PhD students surveying the literature on a given topic.

If you are interested, proposals may be send to any of the admins noted above. Please include a CV or link to your academic webpage. If the admins agree that the proposal fits our content guidelines, it will be published.

If you would like to know more about the possibility of posting, please write any of our moderators noted above, and we can explain the process.

Some examples of guest posts that we have posted may be found here, here, and here.

Besides this, we are always looking for quality book reviews to post on the blog. Examples of book-reviews can be found here. Please see our book review page for more information on review submissions.

4 thoughts on “Call for Guest Posts

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  3. Hi Amod / Elisa / Ethan / Matthew

    I am writing to you as the founder of Therappo.com, an online counselling startup. Therappo is a live video-chat platform aimed specifically at mental-health professionals in India. I am an occasional reader of your blog. Its clean & simple approach is very nice – in fact in the early days of Therappo, it did help us define our directions in many ways.

    I am writing this brief mail to request if you could to carry a story on us on your blog. We keep creating content and if you like, we can send you some for your blog. Or alternatively, you can take a test-drive and write about us yourself as you please. In other words, we’d me delighted to work with you.

    We are essentially India’s only video-chat based online counselling platform. Our big uniqueness is that unlike other online counselling sites, we do not send our users to Skype or Hangout etc. We have a very powerful and secure video system that works inside your web browser without needing any downloads or installations. Therappo is not only useful for counselling services, but also for live-elearning sessions, tutions, discussions that need to be done remotely. Company Note attached.

    Would also love your reactions if you can find the time to browse through our small, tight platform sometime. If you are interested in taking a trial-run, please let me know, we will be glad to take him/her through the platform and its video engine.

    Regards,
    Sanjay Sarkar
    https://in.linkedin.com/in/sarkarsanjay
    https://therappo.com

    • Hi Sanjay – I don’t think this would be quite appropriate for our blog, unless there is a specifically philosophical approach to your counselling that you haven’t mentioned. Best wishes with your service.

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