Schutzian Research 


A Yearbook of Worldly Phenomenology and Qualitative Social Science

ISSN: 2067-0621 (paper) 
ISSN: 2248-1907 (electronic)

Schutzian Research is an annual journal that seeks to continue the tradition of Alfred Schutz. It seeks contributions that are philosophical, cultural-scientific, or multidisciplinary in character. We welcome a broad spectrum of qualitative and interpretive work, comparable with Schutz's orientation but not necessarily derived from it. The journal is multilingual in character, with abstracts in English. All submissions will be blindly reviewed by at least two experts in the appropriate field.

Editorial Board: 

Editor-in-Chief: Michael Barber (St. Louis University,

Associate Editors: Lester Embree (Florida Atlantic University), Hisashi Nasu (Waseda University), George Psathas (Boston University), Ilja Srubar (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg).

Editorial Board: Gary Backhaus (Loyola College), Daniel Cefaï (University of Paris), Ion Copoeru (University "Babes-Bolyai" of Cluj), Jochen Dreher (University of Konstanz), Thomas Eberle (University of St. Gallen), Martin Endress (Universityof Wuppertal), Hwa Yol Jung (Moravian University), Suzanne Kassab (Yale University), Fred Kersten (University of Wisconsin at Green Bay), Hubert Knoblauch (The Technical University of Berlin), Lenore Langsdorf (University of Southern Illinois), Elisabeth List (University of Graz), Thomas Luckmann (University of Konstanz), Joachim Renn (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg), Mary Rogers (University of West Florida), Yoshikazu Sato (Ritsumeikan University), Hans-Georg Soeffner (University of Konstanz), Florence Tocantins (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro), Benno Werlen (University of Jena), Chung-Chi Yu (Soochow University), Richard Zaner (Vanderbilt University).

Honorary Board Members: Claudia Schutz Gahagan (New York), Evelyn Schutz Lang (New York).

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