Category Archives: Undergraduate Conferences, Journals

Arche: undergraduate jounral in philosophy, call for papers

[from Arche] Our Spring issue will be devoted to explorations of language, literature, and the interactions thereof. We are open to submissions of various formats, including research papers, critical analyses, conference presentation materials, interviews, and original essays.

We would be grateful if you would circulate this email and our call for submissions flyer: https://bit.ly/Arche-Flyer-Jan-22. All submissions should be sent with an abstract in English to arche@bu.edu and will be reviewed on a rolling basis through March 1, 2022. Please remove any identifying information from your submission(s). 

With thanks for your attention and support, 

THE EDITORIAL TEAM

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NYU undergrad conference

This note received:

Greetings from the Annual Philosophy Conference @ NYU (AUPC @ NYU)! We sincerely invite you to join our virtual conference on May 22nd & 23rd. We hope you can share this invitation with your philosophy students. 

Introducing the Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference 2021 at NYU

AUPC@NYU envisions not only offering a platform for undergraduate philosophy students to share their work and have thought-provoking discussions with their peers, but also fostering a supportive network among philosophy students. Along with paper discussion sessions, AUPC@NYU will also host guest speeches, graduate study panels, and networking events.

In the times of a global pandemic, we see the value of asking and exploring important questions. Witnessing the world looking to achieve a new equilibrium, we believe that fostering philosophical discussions is of unique value.

Speakers & Events

Speaker Series

AUPC @ NYU 2021 has the pleasure of inviting great guest speakers with specialty in various philosophy topics to share their research and insights with undergraduate students. Speakers include Thomas Nagel, Paul Boghossian, David Chalmers, Ned Block, Sharon Street, Paul Thagard; more speakers to come!

Graduate Panel

PhD and Postdoc Philosophy students at NYU talking about their experiences of pursuing graduate studies at NYU.

Networking Events

Sign-up to team up for chill philosophy quizzes! And get to know fellow philosophy lovers from other universities.

If you have any questions, please contact us at conference@nyuaupc.org. You can find more information and sign-up for the conference from our website

Sincerely,

AUPC@NYU Organizing Committee

Undergraduate Conference – Call for papers

3rd Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

UNT DEPARTMENT of Philosophy and Religion in conjunction with

UNT Department of History, UNT Philosophy Club, and Phi Sigma Tau

CALL FOR PAPERS- This year’s theme: History of Ideas

UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion is announcing an open call for philosophy or history papers with submissions open to undergraduate students and Phi Sigma Tau members. This is an exciting pre-professional learning opportunity for anybody considering a path to graduate school or a career in academia. Submissions of papers should be focused on writing, researching, and reviewing philosophical concepts that serve to explore the writer’s particular area of interest.

Keynote Speakers: Mariana Alessandri and Alexander Stehn: University of Texas- RGV

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Submissions on any area of philosophical/historical interest are welcome. Papers should be limited to approximately 30 minutes reading time (approx. 10-12 pages double spaced). Please prepare for blind review, eliminating any author-identifying marks. In addition to the paper submission please provide, in a separate document:

Name

Name of School/Affiliation

Title of Paper

150-word abstract

CONFERENCE INFORMATION: The conference will be held on April 6, 2020, at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February, 2020

Reviews and acceptances will be completed within two weeks from the deadline.

Participants should: · Submit your paper/abstract to untphilosophyconference@gmail.com (include “UNT undergraduate philosophy conference” as the subject heading)

· For more information, email; Michael.thompson@unt.edu

University of North Texas UG conference

3rd Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

UNT DEPARTMENT of Philosophy and Religion in conjunction with

UNT Department of History, UNT Philosophy Club, and Phi Sigma Tau

CALL FOR PAPERS- This year’s theme: History of Ideas

UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion is announcing an open call for philosophy or history papers with submissions open to undergraduate students and Phi Sigma Tau members. This is an exciting pre-professional learning opportunity for anybody considering a path to graduate school or a career in academia. Submissions of papers should be focused on writing, researching, and reviewing philosophical concepts that serve to explore the writer’s particular area of interest.

Keynote Speakers: Mariana Alessandri and Alexander Stehn: University of Texas- RGV

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Submissions on any area of philosophical/historical interest are welcome. Papers should be limited to approximately 30 minutes reading time (approx. 10-12 pages double spaced). Please prepare for blind review, eliminating any author-identifying marks. In addition to the paper submission please provide, in a separate document:

Name

Name of School/Affiliation

Title of Paper

150-word abstract

CONFERENCE INFORMATION: The conference will be held on April 6, 2019, at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: February, 2019

Reviews and acceptances will be completed within two weeks from the deadline.

Participants should: * Submit your paper/abstract to untphilosophyconference@gmail.com (include “UNT undergraduate philosophy conference” as the subject heading)

* For more information, email; Michael.thompson@unt.edu

“Understanding in Community” conference

The Greater Philadelphia
Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
sponsored by
The Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium
and
Villanova University Phi Sigma Tau and Department of Philosophy
Call for papers on the theme
Understanding in Community
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Garey Hall 10A
Villanova University, 800 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova, PA 19085
Organizers: James Benecke, Jessie Dern-Sisco, and Ian Maley
Philosophical essays are welcome on any topic, but preference will be given to papers that reflect this year’s theme “Understanding in Community.” Only undergraduates may submit papers.

More details here: GPPC 2019 CFP FINAL