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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


Stance Philosophy Journal seeks original philosophical papers authored by current undergraduates.

Submission Guidelines:

Stance welcomes papers concerning any philosophical topic. Current undergraduates may submit a paper
between 1500 and 3500 words in length (footnotes may extend the word limit 500 words at most). Stance
asks that each undergraduate only submit one paper for the journal per year. Papers should avoid
unnecessary technicality and strive to be accessible to the widest possible audience without sacrificing
clarity or rigor. They are evaluated on the following criteria: depth of inquiry, quality of
research/academic rigor, creativity, lucidity, struggle, significance, and, most importantly, originality.

Submission Procedures:
This year, Stance is utilizing a new system to better manage paper submissions and
correspondence with authors. As such, we have updated our submission procedures.

Please refer to these instructions when submitting your paper.

Submissions are due on December 16, 2022. 

CALL FOR PAPERS – Episteme (Denison Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy)

Episteme is a student-run journal that aims to recognize and encourage excellence in
undergraduate philosophy by providing examples of some of the best work currently being
done in undergraduate philosophy programs. Episteme is published under the auspices of
Denison University’s Department of Philosophy. Beginning in 2011, the journal is being
published at too, using a Creative Commons

Episteme will consider papers written by undergraduate students in any area of philosophy. Papers are evaluated according to the following criteria: quality of research, depth of philosophic inquiry, creativity, original insight and clarity. Submissions to be considered for the thirty fourth volume (May 2023) should adhere to the following stipulations:

1. Be a maximum of 5,000 words, a minimum of 2,000 words.
2. Combine research and original insight.
3. Include a cover sheet that provides the following information: author’s name,
mailing address (current and permanent), email address, telephone number, college
or university name, title of submission and word count.
4. Include a works cited page in the Chicago Manual of Style format. Please use
endnotes rather than footnotes.
5. To allow for a blind review process, the author’s name should not appear on the
submission itself.
6. Submissions should be sent electronically, formatted for Microsoft Word.
7. More than one article per author will not be accepted for review.
8. Please be courteous; submit each paper to only one journal.

Rolling submissions accepted. Submissions to be considered for May 2023 publication must
be received by midnight, Friday, December 16th, 2022.

Please send papers and cover sheets to
Questions should be submitted to the Editors (

The editors of Boston University’s student-led journal of philosophy, Arché, are currently seeking submissions for the Fall 2022 issue, No. 12. Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates, are invited to submit their work. We are open to submissions of various formats, including research papers, critical analyses, conference presentation materials, interviews, and original essays.

The call for submissions flyer is here: All submissions should be sent in English to and will be reviewed on a rolling basis through December 31, 2022.

Meteorite is a student-run undergraduate philosophy journal affiliated with the Philosophy Department at the University of Michigan. Our mission is to promote the discussion of novel and thought-provoking philosophical ideas by providing students from diverse backgrounds with an opportunity to have their original work published in an academic journal.

We are now accepting undergraduate philosophy papers for consideration for our Spring 2023 issue.

Authors of selected papers will be invited to present their work at an undergraduate philosophy conference [virtual or in-person format TBD] hosted by the editors of Meteorite and select Philosophy professors of the University of Michigan in April 2023. More details about the conference will be provided on our website in December.

Submission Deadline: All papers must be submitted for our consideration by no later than January 1, 2023.

Decisions on all submissions will be made by mid-February, and the issue will be published in April.

Submission Guidelines: Email all submissions to with the subject line ‘[Last Name, First Name] – Meteorite 2023’ and adhere to the following guidelines.

Abstract: Submissions may include an abstract of no more than 200 words – this is encouraged but not


Citation Style: Chicago Style citations with notes and a bibliography is preferred, but other citation styles are also acceptable. (Note: authors may be asked to adjust the format of their citations if their paper is selected for publication.)

Cover Page: Include a cover page with (1) your name, (2) email address, and (3) affiliated academic institution. Identifying information should appear nowhere else in the paper to ensure an impartial, blind review process.

File Format: Please submit papers in a .doc or .docx format and title the document ‘[Last Name, First Name] – Meteorite 2023.’

Length: Submissions should not exceed 6000 words in length and should be double-spaced, Times New Roman 12-pt font. Shorter papers are also acceptable.

Originality: Our journal is committed to publishing original student work. Plagiarism of any kind will disqualify your paper from consideration for publication.

Topic: Meteorite will be accepting analytic OR continental style philosophical papers from any discipline for the upcoming issue.

Authors of papers submitted before the deadline will receive confirmation of submission from the staff at Meteorite. We accept multiple submissions from each author, as long as each submission is the author’s original work and is substantially different from other submissions.

Submitting a paper to multiple journals for
consideration is also allowed, but please keep us informed of its publication status. We look forward to reading your submissions.

EphemerisThe Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy

Call for undergraduate papers Ephemeris 2023

Ephemeris is an undergraduate journal of philosophy dedicated to publishing exceptional undergraduate writing grounded in the distinct value and interest of the philosophical endeavor. Please note Ephemeris is now available online only.

Due date: January 6th 2023.

Submissions: Work may be submitted by email at Submit by Email or via the portal at

You should receive a confirmation of receipt shortly thereafter.

Topics: Contributions are solicited in all areas of the philosophical discipline. Contributions should take the form of essay, article, or short note. Review articles are welcome. Please include a short abstract describing the thesis of the paper and main conclusions.

Correspondence should go to

For more information about Ephemeris please visit our website at <>

Editors, Ephemeris

Union College

Schenectady, NY 12308 USA

Call for Papers Eastern Michigan University’s 13th Annual Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy March 18th and 19th, 2023

The Eastern Michigan University Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy is now accepting papers for its conference to be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 18th and 19th, 2023. 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. The local public health context nearing the time of the conference are relevant, and we are equipped for a fully online version should that be prudent.)

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 Friday, January 6th, 2023, 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: Brynn Welch of The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Faculty Mentors: We strongly encourage students to invite faculty mentors to the conference. The dialog among professors, discussion of pedagogy, and expansion of mentoring opportunities for students, are among the desirable benefits of this conference. Additionally, faculty have played an important role in the success of the conference. Submit abstracts electronically to this Google Form. Papers 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:

Call for Submissions – Penn Undergraduate Law Journal []The Penn Undergraduate Law Journal (PULJ) is soliciting submissions for its twentieth issue. Please see below for details. QUALIFICATIONS FOR SUBMISSION

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 8th, 2023 at 11:59pm EST


PULJ is seeking articles ranging from 20 to 100+ double-spaced pages in length. Our journal is especially receptive to research articles, senior theses, independent studies, and final essays written for courses. Articles need not be written on United States law—they can be written on the laws or legal system of any nation. We consider submissions on a rolling basis, so if your piece is not finished by the noted deadline, please still submit it for consideration in our subsequent issue.Students in any field of study are encouraged to submit their work, so long as their pieces relate to law or legal systems. Possible disciplinary perspectives include, but are not limited to, history, criminology, economics, sociology, anthropology, English, biology, neuroscience, philosophy, linguistics, psychology, and political science.Please submit your work here: pieces will be published in our twentieth issue of the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to notify us of them through the contact page of our website, which can be accessed here:

Mysterion: The Theology Journal of Boston College invites ~300-word abstracts from undergraduates engaging with our annual symposium theme for their interdisciplinary spring conference, “Human Ecology and the Challenges of the 21st Century: Inter-Religious Perspectives on Our Path Forward,” which will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2023, on the Boston College campus.We invite proposals from a variety of perspectives and hope that undergraduates from your department/program will submit abstracts before January 20. Students who present at the conference will be eligible to compete for two $250 awards and the Macrina Award for Excellence in Theology.Learn more and submit at the Mysterion website.

Conferences, Fellowships, Internships, and Summer Programs

Student Conference on Religion in the Public Sphere

SCRIPS 2023: Roundtable Chairs and Topics

The Wheatley Institute’s seventh annual Student Conference on Religion in the Public Sphere (SCRIPS) will focus on the importance of religious literacy to a functioning and healthy democracy. Five supporting roundtables with pre-assigned readings will be chaired by expert faculty and field practitioners.

Program dates: Feb 21, 2023, – Sat, Feb 25, 2023

Location: Aspen Grove Family Camp & Conference Center, Provo, UT 84604

Find more information about the conference here:

The Summer Workshop provides a space for undergraduate students interested in journalism, criticism, politics, art, and nonprofit work to learn about and practice engaging the public through dialogue and writing. The theme of this year’s workshop is “the future,” and its central questions are: How do we think about the future, especially when we cannot trust that it will be better than the present? What do we owe future generations? Students will learn to address such questions in conversation with various philosophical, political, and religious traditions, as well as with one another. For their final assignment, they will design a public-facing project to foster dialogue on their own college campuses.

The inaugural workshop will be taught by Point editors Jon Baskin and Anastasia Berg. All student expenses, including tuition, room, and board, will be covered. College credit will be offered. Applications due March 1, 2023.

Learn more here: