Annual Georgia State University Student Philosophy Symposium Call For Papers
Date: Friday February 17th, 2017 

Keynote speaker: Professor Sinan Dogramaci, Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin

Undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines are encouraged to submit their work on any philosophical topic.

Submission Requirements: Papers must be prepared for blind review (i.e., no author-identifying information or notes in the body of the paper, only on the cover page). Submissions must not exceed 3750 words (roughly 25 minutes reading time). When submitting, please include the following in the body of the email:

1. Author’s name
2. Paper/presentation title
3. Brief abstract (~100 words describing topic discussed in paper)
4. Academic status (undergraduate/graduate), major, university affiliation
5. Regularly checked email address

Authors should email their submission as a Word or PDF attachment to Paul Dumond at pdumond1[at]gsu[dot]edu

Deadline: Papers must be received no later than 12 Noon eastern time on December 22, 2016. Notification of acceptance will be emailed by January 15, 2017.

Further information about official rules and prizes may be found here:

For any questions (including queries from students traveling from outside the area who may need overnight accommodations) – contact Paul Dumond at pdumond1[at]gsu[dot]edu

Sponsored by the Zeta Chapter (Georgia) of Phi Sigma Tau, The Center for Ethics – Student Forum, and The Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics (all at Georgia State University)


Call for Papers: Molloy


STANCE: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal


Stance 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:

-  Manuscripts should be in Microsoft Word (.doc) format and sent as an attachment to

-  Manuscripts should be double-spaced (including quotations, excerpts, and footnotes)

   The right margin should not be justified

-  To facilitate our anonymous review process, submissions are to be prepared for anonymous review. Include a cover page with the author’s name, affiliation, title, and email address. Papers, including footnotes, should have no other identifying markers.

-  Footnotes should follow Chicago Manual of Style. A style sheet with examples is available on our website under More about Stance – Information for Authors.

-  Please use American spellings and punctuation, except when directly quoting a source that has followed British style.

For further concerns, please visit Stance on the web at or contact us at

DEADLINE: December 16, 2016




The Examined Life

An Undergraduate Conference in the Liberal Arts

March 23-24, 2017

Lebanon Valley College

Annville, PA

We invite undergraduate students to submit proposals on topics related to the Liberal Arts disciplines associated with the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. While proposals might address any appropriate topic, priority will be given to those related to this year’s theme, “The Cultural Politics of Memory.” Memory plays a central role in shaping our identity, both individual and collective. However, memories are not mere representations of the past but active processes of production that reconfigure our relation to the present and future. How we remember, what we choose to remember over what we choose to forget, involves the question of power that flows through a range of social relations and institutions including politics, science, the arts, religion, economy, technology, and media. At our conference, we will explore the diverse ways and forms in which memory shapes our social existence.

The keynote address will be delivered by H. Peter Steeves, Professor of philosophy and Director of Humanities Center, DePaul University.

We encourage traditional paper presentations as well as posters, films, art, poetry, drama, and other forms of creative expression. Presenters will have approximately 20 minutes per session. At the conclusion of the conference, a panel of judges will award the top student performers with cash prizes.

Paper proposals (approximately 250 words) are due by February 23, 2017. Please include your full name, title, format (paper, poster, etc.), institution, email, phone number, and the name and contact information of your academic advisor. All paper presentations must be submitted in full by March 19, 2017. Email proposals and papers to

This conference is open to the public and free for presenters and non-presenters. For more information, please visit our website ( or contact Dr. An Yountae at