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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

The editors of Boston University’s student-led journal of philosophy, Arché, are currently seeking submissions for the Spring 2022 issue. We are especially interested in showcasing exemplary work by current and former students outside of the BU community.

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.

All submissions should be sent in PDF format in English to and will be reviewed on a rolling basis through February 1st, 2021.

Deadline for submission: February 10, 2022

The College of Wooster undergraduate journal is taking papers for the 2022 edition from BA students. Submissions must be 3000-6000 words in length, with appropriate citations, but they can be on any topic. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged! Deadline for submission to our 2022 issue is February 10th, 2022. Further details are below – you may submit your papers by emailing your full paper to and by filling out this form.

Papers sent to Sapere Aude for consideration of inclusion must adhere to the following:

  1. Each entry should be prepared for blind review and must have a title page containing the author’s name, college or university, and class year. (No other identifier should be present with the paper).
  2. All entries should be no longer than 20 pages and may include footnotes as a supplement to the text.
  3. Paper format: one-inch margins, double-spaced, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, and use of an accepted style of citation.
  4. All pages, except the title page, should be numbered.
  5. All entries should be submitted as an electronic copy (.doc only please) to and the Google Form must be filled out to count your paper as fully submitted.
Call for Creations | Phi Magazine’s Liminal Issue
CALLING ALL PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS: Submissions are officially open for Φ Magazine’s Liminal Issue, our second issue of the 2021/22 academic year!
The word ‘Liminal’ encompasses the quality of ambiguity or disorientation that occurs in the transitional stage of a process, boundary, or threshold. It comes from the Latin word līmen, relating to participants of rites of passage who no longer hold their pre-ritual status but have not yet begun the transition to the status they will hold when the rite is complete. During a rite’s liminal stage, participants stand at the threshold. In many ways, this is where the world stands today.
We take all kinds of submissions: prose, photography, poetry, painting, opinion pieces, film or music – you make it, we want to publish it! Share your work with us!
Submit to or email before 14/02/2022
Phi Magazine is a quarterly publication aimed at showcasing the creative talents of Philosophy students across the UK outside the academic realm. Be it photography, painting, poetry, prose, or anything in between then it can find a place in the pages of Phi.
See more at
At, or our Facebook and Instagram pages (@phi.mag).

Conferences and Fellowships

Theme: Identity and Ethics

Dates: April 8-10, 2022
Location: Online, via Microsoft Teams

Deadline for Submissions: January 10th, 2022
Notification of Acceptance: by January 21st, 2022

Keynote Speaker:
Luvell Anderson, Syracuse University

​**There will be a prize awarded for the best undergraduate paper.**

This year’s theme is Identity and Ethics. New, this year, we are also featuring a special stream for papers on the theme of Communicating About Race. We welcome any and all submissions related to either of these themes!

To submit a paper for consideration, please submit an extended abstract of up to 500 words. All submissions will be peer-reviewed. Please submit abstracts as .doc, .docx, or .pdf, below.

Final papers should be suitable for a 20-25 minute presentation. Presentations should aim to be accessible and lively as part of constructive, collaborative, informal sessions.

The primary organizer of the conference is Leland Harper (Siena Heights University). Have questions, comments, or concerns? Please contact us!

Please visit for more details or to submit.

Conference Dates: March 19th and 20th, 2022

Submission Deadline: January 13th

The Eastern Michigan University Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy is now accepting papers for its conference to be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 19th and 20th, 2022. Papers selected for presentation will be allotted 20 minute presentation times, followed by formal comments and Q & A. All papers in philosophy, broadly construed, will be considered for the conference; since this is an undergraduate conference, no papers by professionals, graduate students, or others holding an advanced degree (in philosophy) will be considered. 

(NB: Our intention is to hold an in-person conference, but we will now be augmenting that with a limited number of virtual – Zoom – sessions. The in-person portion depends on local public health conditions, and these will join the virtual sessions if necessary.) 

Papers submitted for the conference should be 8-12 pages (2200-3600 words) in length and include an abstract of approximately 250 words. 

The deadline for submission is ThursdayJanuary 13th, 2022, and only completed papers accompanied by an abstract will be reviewed. We expect to announce the papers selected for presentation by the beginning of February.  

We will also be using a formal commenter system; so, even if your paper is not selected for presentation, you may be considered for such a role. Please let us know, along with your paper submission, if you are willing to comment. This also means that all selected papers will receive formal feedback at the conference. 

Keynote: Dr. Jaime Ahlberg of University of Florida 

Submit abstracts electronically to this Google FormPapers should be submitted following the instructions on the Google form. 

Questions? Conference organizers can be reached by email at 

Faculty Supervisor: Dr. W. John Koolage 

Publication Opportunity: The top (3 to 5) papers submitted will also be published in the upcoming edition of our undergraduate philosophy journal, Acta Cogitata!  

Conference Website: 

Mysterion: The Theology Journal of Boston College is requesting abstracts for its inaugural conference. Indexed by the Library of Congress, Google Scholar, Ebsco, Serials Solution, and other online scholarship repositories, Mysterion provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates interested in theology and religious studies to have their work published for an international audience. Abstracts are due on January 20.
The theme for this conference is “Religious and Legal Perspectives on Migration: A Symposium on Christianity and the Law of Migration.” Co-edited by Kristin Heyer, Professor of Theology and Director of Graduate Studies in the Boston College Theology Department, this volume engages important interdisciplinary questions about migration, religion, and the law that are especially relevant today.
Students do not need to be a theology/religious studies major to participate, and the only requirements for the abstract are: (1) that it is no more than 300 words, and (2) that it outlines how the student intends to engage with an author or theme in Christianity and the Law of Migrationwhich is available online through most university libraries.
Please note that students who participate in the conference will be eligible to compete for a small financial award and the Macrina Award for Excellence in Theology.