About WJS

Mission Statement

William James Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality, scholarly articles related to the life, work and influence of William James. William James Studies is an open-access journal so as to ensure that all who have an interest in William James have access to its contents. The journal is published online by the William James Society.

Editorial Board

Jack Barbalet Sociology University of Leicester
Harvey Cormier Philosophy SUNY Stony Brook
Patrick Dooley Philosophy Saint Bonaventure University
Nancy Frankenberry Religion Dartmouth University
William Gavin Philosophy University of Southern Maine
Harry Heft Psychology Denison University
D. Micah Hester Philosophy, Ethics Univ. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Christopher Hookway Philosophy University of Sheffield
Jason Horn English Gordon College
Henry Jackman Philosophy York University
Bruce Kuklick History University of Pennsylvania
David Lamberth Religion Harvard Divinity School
Jonathan Levin Humanities Purchase College , SUNY
John J. McDermott Philosophy Texas A&M University
Jaime Nubiola Philosophy Universidad de Navarra
James Pawelski Philosophy/Psychology University of Pennsylvania
Ruth Anna Putnam Philosophy Wellesley College
Eliza Jane Reilly History Franklin and Marshall
John Roth Philosophy Claremont McKenna College
Charlene Haddock Seigfried Philosophy Purdue University
John Shook Philosophy Oklahoma State University
John Snarey Psychology, Ethics Emory University
Robert Talisse Philosophy Vanderbilt University
Michel Weber Philosophy Universite catholique de Louvain

General Editor: Linda Simon (Skidmore College)
Managing Editor: Ermine Algaier (Harvard Divinity School)
Associate Editor: Patrick Dooley (St. Bonaventure University)
Book Editor: Loren Goldman  (University of Pennsylvania)
Periodicals Editor: Kyle Bromhall (Independent Scholar)

William James Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing high quality, scholarly articles related to the life, work and influence of William James.