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Several students are rooting about for undergraduate philosophy journals to submit article to. Here’s one Philosophy Major Alex Fenech has pointed out to me. Their next deadline is April 10th.

Aporia is Dartmouth’s undergraduate journal of philosophy. We publish issues in the fall and spring of each year, and distribute our journal at 55 universities and colleges throughout the nation.

We are seeking submissions of distinguished student work for our spring issue. Our theme for the issue is personhood and humanism: what traits, if any, are uniquely and universally shared by all persons? What are the rights and responsibilities of persons? How should persons live, learn, and coexist?

Papers need not address the theme. Students of all majors are encouraged to submit any and all work of philosophical relevance. We are open to essays on Politics, Literature, History, Psychology, Sociology, etc. All submissions undergo our blind editing and peer-review process.

The deadline for submissions is April 10, 2011. Please email papers to

Aporia Editorial Staff


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