Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Student Journal Publishing Opportunties – PHILOSOPHY

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
PerceptiaPhilosophyOnline Journal
February deadline
Maintained by McMaster University Philosopher’s Society
submit to, guidelines:
MeteoritePhilosophy Maintained at Michigan University, Department of Philosophy
Submissions: coversheet, submission in Word File
Episteme – Dension University’s Undergraduate Journal of PhilosophyPhilosophyStudent-run at Denison University’s Dept. of Philosophy
Submissions: accepted on rolling basis, submit to , guidelines:
The Yale Philosophy ReviewPhilosophyPublished annually
Submissions: original work of the undergraduate student (book review, interview, essay), contact:
Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy JournalPhilosophyPeer-Reviewed
Published annually (April) by Ball State University
Submissions: Papers, Book Reviews, Musings (creative writing, poetry, visual art, etc.) *see site for guidelines
Deadline: mid-December
Notification of Initial Decision: early February
The Dualist Undergraduate JournalPhilosophyPublished each summer by Stanford University
Deadline: January
Submissions: essays, honors theses, independent work, contact/submit to: , see site for requirements
Aporia (Brigham Young University)PhilosophyPublished bi-annually (online fall edition and print spring edition) by Brigham Young University
Submissions: Papers (3,000-5,000 words), Short critical notices (500-1,500 words) – emailed, or mailed AND emailed
See site for guidelines
Janua SophiaPhilosophyPublished by Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Focus: Western philosophy, eastern philosophy
Submissions: essays (12 pages max), avoid first-person pronouns, include an abstract (300 words max), cover letter
Deadline: March 1 prior to fall issue

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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