the early editorial life of "philosophy and phenomenological research"
This article examines the early editorial life of the journal Philosophical and Phenomenological Research and the internal concerns which marked the interactions between Marvin Farber, the journal's editor, and the European phenomenologists who came to the United States in the 1930s and 1940s. The journal was conceived as an extension to Husserl's Jahrbuch, but the group effort to sustain the phenomenological tradition was soon marked by tensions to maintain loyalty to Husserl's expressed program and the desire to welcome other strains of philosophical thought.
Ferri Michela Beatrice, Ierna Carlo (2019). The reception of Husserlian phenomenology in North America, Springer, Dordrecht.
Ricci Gabriel R. (2019). Importing phenomenology: the early editorial life of "philosophy and phenomenological research", in M. B. Ferri & C. Ierna (eds.), The reception of Husserlian phenomenology in North America, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 317-336.