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The Journal of Nietzsche Studies is a peer-reviewed, English-language journal with an international readership, dedicated to publishing the best philosophical scholarship on the work and thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. The journal welcomes submissions that explore Nietzsche’s relevance to contemporary philosophical problems, as well as those deploying, and contributing to, the latest historical and philological resources.
Originally founded in 1991 as the journal of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society (UK), the journal is now owned by Penn State University Press and supported by Georgia State University (http://jns.gsu.edu/), its editorial home.
published byPenn State University Press
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Jessica N. BerryGeorgia State University
Scott JenkinsUniversity of Kansas
Alexander Prescott-CouchUniversity of Oxford
Christopher FowlesQueen's College
Christa Davis AcamporaHunter College, The CUNY Graduate Center
R. Lanier AndersonStanford University
Keith Ansell-PearsonUniversity of Warwick, U.K.
Maudemarie ClarkUniversity of California, Riverside
Daniel ConwayTexas A&M
Christian EmdenRice University
Ken GemesBirbeck, University of London, U.K.
Lawrence HatabOld Dominion University
Kathleen Marie HigginsThe University of Texas at Austin
Christopher JanawaySouthampton University, U.K.
Brian LeiterThe University of Chicago
Paul S. Loeb, University of Puget Sound
Alexander NehamasPrinceton University
David OwenSouthampton University, U.K.
Graham ParkesUniversity College Cork, Ireland
John RichardsonNew York University
Richard SchachtUniversity of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Alan SchriftGrinnell College
Gary ShapiroUniversity of Richmond
Werner StegmaierUniversity of Greifswald, Germany
Paul van TongerenRadboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Gianni VattimoUniversity of Turin, Italy