Since 2016 we have organised a series of conferences at Cambridge University, and we also publish The Schweitzer Institute Journal, an open-access peer-reviewed periodical.
The Schweitzer Institute Journal is an open-access periodical which is available in hard-copy and pdf formats.
We publish both academic and non-academic articles on all aspects of Schweitzer’s life and work, and we welcome submissions that are related to, but not necessarily about, Albert Schweitzer. In this issue:
Introduction - Benedict Rattigan
Why Bother with Albert Schweitzer? - James Carleton Paget
Albert Schweitzer as an Intellectual - Predrag Cicovacki
Why Albert Schweitzer’s Writing on the New Testament is So Important - Christopher Rowland
Jesus and History: Some Quests that Schweitzer Forgot - Mark Edwards
A Pauline Sensual Spell? Albert Schweitzer’s Eco-mysticism and the Present - Michael J. Thate
Cogito, Tekhne, and Ehrfurcht: Schweitzer’s Bioethics as Appreciation of Human Neuroanthropology in the Reverence for Life - John R. Shook and James Giordano
Schweitzer’s Twenty-First Century Environmental Legacy: Climate Change and Food Security on a U.S. University Campus - Seán P. Duffy
The Will to Live in Conflict with Itself: On the Internal Contradiction in Albert Schweitzer’s Ethical Idea - Svyatoslav S. Gorbunov
Excerpts from Albert Schweitzer’s The Philosophy of Civilization Volume Three - Percy Mark