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Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts is devoted to maintaining an attitude of respect and openness to the various manifestations of truth in human experience; it strives to foster understanding through meditative thinking, narrative structure, and poetic imagination.   Like the Janus head reliefs found over the doorways of old Roman homes, this journal, too, is situated at a threshold. The space within this journal, like the space beyond the Janus head relief, is a space where dwelling can occur, where thinking can take place, and where community can be built.

Janus Head is an interdisciplinary journal that places emphasis on the intersections among literature, continental philosophy, phenomenological psychology, and the arts. Our board welcomes the submission of innovative work from authors and artists who have the courage to take risks to create fruitful dialogue among the disciplines of the academy.

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Janus Head
P.O. Box 8010
Pittsburgh, PA 15216

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¤ Frequency: Biannual (Summer, Winter)
¤ Publisher: Trivium Publications
¤ e-ISSN 1521-9194 (for electronic journals)
¤ ISSN 1524-2269 (for bound journals)

The Janus Head website receives about 30,000 visits per month, a 25% increase in readership over the past year (from 2005 to 2006).  Monthly hits total about 180,000 per month (about 6 hits per visit, on average). On average, essays and poetry pages are each viewed about 400 times per month, mostly by new readers. The editors are proud that our writers receive an enormous amount of exposure to new readers.

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