Monday, February 25, 2013

CFP: Anemoi (Journal)

The journal, Anemoi, is peer-reviewed and aims to give publication opportunities to undergraduates. We accept interdisciplinary papers--including philosophy--broadly in pre-modern studies, and specifically within classics, medieval & Renaissance, and early modern studies. Papers should be within 2,500 and 5,500 words. We do not demand a certain citation style.

The deadline for submissions is March 18, 2013. Our website with further details regarding submissions is and our contact email is

Monday, February 11, 2013

CFP: Scopus (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

Scopus (Centre for Croatian Studies – University of Zagreb), a student philosophy journal, is now accepting paper submissions for its May issue. Scopus is looking for papers in any area of philosophy. Submitted papers are expected to meet the following requirements:

• We accept papers from both undergraduate and graduate students
• Papers must be original work of an author
• Papers can be on any philosophical topic
• Papers of any lenght will be considered
• All papers must be accompanied with an abatract
• Papers should follow the Harvard citation and referencing style
• Papers must be arranged for a blind review – author's personal information should be included in a separate attachment only.
• Submissions must be sent electronically in Microsoft Word to

Book reviews are also welcome! For more information concerning book reviews, please

The deadline for submission is 10th of April, 2013.

Information about the final decision is expected in early May.
For further inquires, please contact

Updated CFP: Webster University Undergrad Philosophy Conference

·       Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri
·       April 6th, 2013
·       Keynote Speaker: Dr. John Lachs, Vanderbilt University
·       Papers on any philosophical topic welcome!
·       No limit on length (20-30 minutes presentation time)
·       Submissions due by Friday, February 22nd
(notifications by Monday, March 3rd)
·       Send all submissions to:
·       Papers subject to blind review – remove all identifying information from body of paper and include a cover page with name, institution, email address, and an abstract of no more than 400 words

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

CFP: Fifth Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at the University of Georgia

This is the call for papers for the fifth annual Philosophy Student Conference at the University of Georgia. The conference will be held at Peabody Hall, University of Georgia, Room 115 on Saturday, March 30th. (phone(706)5422823).

The deadline for submissions is March 9th.

Following the deadline, all submissions will be reviewed and selections will be made, with notifications sent to all no later than Saturday, March 16th, 2012. It is the committee's intent to accommodate as many of the student papers submitted as possible. Papers will be followed with discussion.

Paper Submission Guidelines:

* The conference is open to any undergraduate student. Papers submitted can be on any topic of serious philosophical concern and are to be between a minimum of 1, 500 words and a maximum of 3,000 words.

* Please prepare paper for blind review. Include cover letter and provide no identifying information in paper

•Submissions should be sent by email attachment (word document) to: