Conceived as a tribune of contemporary ideas in humanities and arts, Voyages: Journal of Contemporary Humanism is particularly engaged in the exploration of human nature, in historical, societal and environmental critique, and in the dynamics of our globally interconnected world, where real, virtual or mental journeys constitute a way of life.
Based in Florence, Italy, the journal takes inspiration from traditional humanism in encouraging interdisciplinary perspectives, regarding critical thinking and creativity as complementary, and valuing translation as a necessary form of articulating intercultural dialogues.
Gabriela Dragnea Horvath
Dan S. Butterworth
Burt C. Hopkins