Thursday, November 5, 2009

Call for papers X 2

The Hemlock Papers is now seeking submissions for the Spring 2010 issue. The Hemlock Papers is produced through the Philosophy Department at the University of Idaho. This journal publishes work by any undergraduate student with an interest in philosophy.

We are seeking papers on any philosophical topic. Submissions should be between three and five thousand words [approx. 13-20 double spaced pages, not including references - W]. Essays must be original, previously unpublished, and submitted while the author is an undergraduate. Editors may require revisions from authors of accepted submissions.

Email submissions to by January 11th, 2010.

Submissions should include a title page with title of submission, author name, institution, email address, and postal address. For blind review, the rest of the document should only include the title and text. Email submissions in .docx, .doc, .rtf, .wpd, or .pdf formats. Any questions regarding submissions can be sent to the editors directly at the above email address. Authors will be notified regarding submissions by March, 2010. Authors of accepted submissions will receive a gratis copy of the Spring 2010 edition of The Hemlock Papers.

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Episteme, an International Journal of Undergraduate Philosophy,
announces the scheduled publication of volume XXI, May 2010. Episteme will consider papers written by undergraduate students in any area of philosophy. Papers are evaluated according to quality of research, depth of inquiry, creativity, original insight and clarity.
Submissions should:

1. Remain under the 5,000 words maximum.

2. Include a cover sheet with the author's name, mailing address (current and permanent), email address, telephone number, college or university name, submission title, and word count.

3. End with a Works Cited page in Chicago style. Please use endnotes rather than footnotes.

4. Arrive electronically by midnight on 11/15/09 to the e-mail address as a Microsoft Word attachment.

Episteme is an annual student-run publication, founded in 1990, that aims to recognize and encourage excellence in undergraduate philosophy by providing students and faculty with examples of strong work. Please direct all questions to the editor -- Denison junior Sean Walt -- at

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