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Information on opportunities for students to present and publish their research, as well as about fellowships, seminars and training programs can be found below. Most of these opportunities are outside of Northeastern and have application deadlines. Information on extracurricular programs and experiential opportunities within the Department of Philosophy and Religion can be found here.  

Publishing Opportunities

Falsafa ([n.] “Philosophy” in Urdu) is a bi-annual undergraduate journal of philosophy edited by The Philosophy Club at UC Irvine. We are committed to implementing an equitable and objective evaluation process, presenting diverse viewpoints and perspectives, and fostering a community of critical and constructive dialogue. We are currently accepting submissions for essays, articles, or short notes (including book reviews)!
A symposium will be held during the winter quarter. Contributing authors will be invited to speak on their paper, and take part in this exciting new event that celebrates our authors who make Falsafa possible.
Submission guidelines can be found hereThe submissions deadline is September 22nd, 2022.  If you are interested in familiarizing yourself with our previous publications, you can find our four published issues here.
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The Tulane Journal of Policy and Political Economy is currently accepting article submissions for their next edition. The deadline for submissions is September 31, at 11:59pm CST.

The Tulane Journal is an internationally-recognized undergraduate publication focusing on original student research in politics, economics, and public health. Submitted articles are reviewed by a 50-person faculty-review panel, and those that are accepted are published in print and online. Previous editions have received submissions from universities across four continents and are indexed in the Library of Congress.

They are officially partnered with the Tulane Departments of Political Science and Economics, the Tulane Murphy Institute, the Tulane School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine, and the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) Societies of the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics.

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Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal seeks undergraduate philosophy students to serve as manuscript reviewers.

Stance reviewers hone their writing, researching, and analysis skills by evaluating original papers by some of the world’s most talented undergraduate scholars. Reviewers must have advanced undergraduate experience in philosophy, strengths in writing and editing, and the self-motivation necessary to complete work by given deadlines. A letter of recommendation from a professor who is familiar with the student’s philosophical abilities is required.

Stance has two types of manuscript reviewers. “External Reviewers” evaluate two or three manuscripts, typically in late January or early February. “Assistant Editorial Board Members” serve on our major review teams. Assistant Editorial Board Members consider approximately 20 -30 papers in December. All reviewers receive training material that explains what is expected in the formal review and are guided by an experienced Stance staff member. Reviewers are credited in both the print and electronic versions of the journal.

To apply, please visit and follow the instructions provided on the Call for Reviewers.

Please contact us at with any questions you may have.

Deadline: October 11, 2022