The “Hegelian Research Studies Series” has published two special issues of Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History: 42.1 in Fall 2012 and 44.1 in Fall 2014. With the retirement of series editor Clark Butler, we will move away from special issues, instead including articles in the series within regular issues of the journal. The series is not limited to any single “orthodox” interpretation of the historical Hegel. We welcome researchers who can argue some case for getting past Hegel legends and for connecting with the historical Hegel, identifying with his project of dialectically systematic speculative philosophy and carrying it closer to realization in the twenty-first century. The series focuses on such fields as rational theology, the history of philosophy, the history of religion, the history of the visual arts and literature, the history of science, world history, and current history. The goal is to contribute to freeing Hegelian research from being merely esoteric to bring it into the contemporary public sphere.
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