Bulletin Board

Epistemai, the University of Minnesota’s undergraduate philosophy journal, is now accepting paper submissions for our 2021 edition.

We’re looking for excellent undergraduate papers from any philosophical tradition and discipline. Selections will be made based on originality, engagement with the source material, depth of argument, maturity of vocabulary, clarity, conciseness, and accessibility of thoughts and language. We welcome submissions from diverse philosophical backgrounds and on a broad variety of topics.

Submission criteria and process:

  • Must be written by an undergraduate.

  • Max length of 15 pages or 3,000 words.

  • Include a 100-200 word abstract summarizing your paper and page numbers.

  • Chicago style citations are preferred.

  • Cannot be published elsewhere.

  • Include a cover page with all personal information (do not include name anywhere else in the paper): your name, your email, and your undergraduate institution name.

  • Submit your paper electronically by February 1, 2021 by filling out and uploading a .docx or .docs (must be editable) to our google form [https://forms.gle/QGALmJ9PHffEsP1j9].

Papers will be selected by early spring. You will be notified as to our decision at that time.

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Contact Kiley Komro at [email protected], with any questions.

Kiley R. Komro
University of Minnesota–Class of 2021
Philosophy B.A.



Notice: All current and recent graduates. See here for information about fellowship opportunities in Philosophy at Yale University.

Anamnesis, the Colorado College Journal of Philosophy

A Priori: The Brown Journal of Philosophy


A Priori: The Brown Journal of Philosophy is an undergraduate-run journal from Brown University now accepting submissions in all areas and traditions of philosophy.

The finest essays in all branches of philosophy, both traditional and non-traditional, share a common potential—to make their readers reconsider the scope and applicability of philosophical thinking. To achieve this ideal, today’s philosophy must embrace an inclusive and diverse array of world-views and topics. At A Priori, we firmly believe that philosophy papers of all backgrounds and traditions can take up this challenge, so we are accepting submissions of all kinds that approach pressing questions philosophically. We strongly encourage students who come from backgrounds that are underrepresented in the field of philosophy to submit their work.

Please send your best essays to [email protected] by January 17th to be considered. Multiple submissions from the same author are acceptable. Submissions guidelines are as follows:

· Between ~5-20 pages double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font

· Include your full name, university, major and graduation year.

· Follow with a Chicago style bibliography and corresponding footnotes.


Elliot Negin

Editor-in-chief, A Priori


Dianoia Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Boston College


Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Journal

Call for Papers (Extended Deadline)

Areté is accepting submissions for publication in its Spring 2021 issue.
Approximately three papers will be published, digitally and in print.
Your submission, which may be in any area of Philosophy, should be
argumentatively rigorous, completed during your undergraduate career, no
more than 6000 words in length, and include an abstract, cover letter, and
comprehensive bibliography.

For the purpose of blind review, please include no identifying information
anywhere in the text of your paper. Instead, attach a separate document with
your name, institutional affiliation, graduation date, and an email address we
may use for correspondence. Papers must be submitted by email, as a Word
or PDF attachment, to [email protected], by November 20, 2020.

Authors will be notified of the status of their paper in late December.

AC Law Review

Subject: Soliciting Submissions-Amherst College Law Review

My name is Phoenix Shaw ’22. I’m the editor-in-chief for the Amherst College Undergraduate Law Review (ACLR). The ACLR is currently accepting submissions for our next publication in the Spring of 2021. I would appreciate it if you could forward this email to any undergraduate students you think might be interested in submitting an essay that takes an interdisciplinary approach to law.

We ask that students send in essays that fit within the ACLR’s content guidelines, please see AcLawReview Guidelines

If you or any of your students have any questions, don’t hesitate to send us an email at [email protected] Thank you!

Phoenix Shaw