Upcoming Call for Papers


Nov 05, 2019 CFP-undergraduate philosophy journal -Stance

STANCE: an international undergraduate philosophy journal
Stance seeks original philosophical papers authored by current undergraduates
Stance’s anonymous, multiple peer-review process provides contributors with a professional learning experience.
The undergraduate students who compose the editorial board of Stance are trained in specific editorial skills including line editing, content evaluation,
professional communication, and independent research. Several reviewers examine each contributed paper, and every paper that is published will have met exacting “Revise and Resubmit” requirements.
The author of each paper is given constructive feedback, even the authors of papers that are rejected. We accept essays on a wide variety of topics to not only give students a chance to display
their work but also to give them an opportunity to see work that may be surprisingly different from their own.

Aug 20, 2020 Jan 01, 2022CFP-Radical Philosophy Review

Submissions should be sent as e-mail attachments (preferably in Word format) to the editor,
Harry van der Linden, at email
No deadline--papers reviewed on a rolling basis

May 30, 2021 May 02, 2022Hypatia: Special Issue - Intersectional Epistemologies

Intersectional Epistemologies: The Ethics and Politics of Epistemic Practice
Guest Editors: Gaile Pohlhaus, Jr. and Jeanine Weekes Schroer
Recent work in feminist and critical epistemologies has expanded considerably. While feminists continue to struggle to make our work more self-reflexive,
new resources have been developed that call feminist attention to the importance of self-reflexivity and intersectionality in our epistemic practices.
For example, the concepts of epistemic oppression, epistemic exploitation, and epistemic resistance, while drawing on earlier theorizations like
Gayatri Spivak’s “epistemic violence,” are revitalizing important questions and conversations among feminists. At the same time, recently there has been
more attention outside of feminist circles to the ethical and political aspects of knowing (particularly in relation to the concept of epistemic injustice,
but also in relation to epistemic virtue and vice).
Submit by May 1, 2022

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