St. Marys University, Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy-March 20-21, 2020

3rd Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

 UNT DEPARTMENT of Philosophy and Religion in conjunction with UNT Department of History, UNT Philosophy Club, and Phi Sigma Tau

CALL FOR PAPERS- This year’s theme: History of Ideas

UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion is announcing an open call for philosophy or history papers with submissions open to undergraduate students and Phi Sigma Tau members. This is an exciting pre-professional learning opportunity for anybody considering a path to graduate school or a career in academia. Submissions of papers should be focused on writing, researching, and reviewing philosophical concepts that serve to explore the writer’s particular area of interest.

Keynote Speakers: Mariana Alessandri and Alexander Stehn: University of Texas- RGV

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Submissions on any area of philosophical/historical interest are welcome. Papers should be limited to approximately 30 minutes reading time (approx. 10-12 pages double spaced). Please prepare for blind review, eliminating any author-identifying marks. In addition to the paper submission please provide, in a separate document:


Name of School/Affiliation

Title of Paper

150-word abstract

CONFERENCE INFORMATION: The conference will be held on April 6, 2019, at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX. 


Reviews and acceptances will be completed within two weeks from the deadline.

Participants should:

  • Submit your paper/abstract to (include “UNT undergraduate philosophy conference” as the subject heading)
  • For more information, email;



2020 Southern Utah University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

Please address any questions to Dr. Kristopher Phillips (

The Southern Utah University Philosophy Club is pleased to announce our 2020 Undergraduate Philosophy Conference! We will pay for the travel of all participants (up to $500/participant). We will also provide meals and accommodation for presenters. The conference will be held on SUU’s campus on Saturday, March 7th Dr. Marcy Lascano (University of Kansas) will provide the keynote address: “Èmile du Châtelet on Happiness: Passions and Character” We invite high quality papers from undergraduate students in all areas of philosophy, however preference will be given to papers on understudied figures or movements in philosophy. Papers should be between 2000-3000 words, should include an abstract of about 200 words, and should be prepared for blind review (please include full contact and affiliation information in your submission email only). Please submit your papers as a word or .pdf file to


Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal is produced and edited entirely by undergraduate students. We aim to enrich student learning by providing an opportunity for undergraduate students to have their original scholarly work reviewed by or published in a peer-reviewed academic journal.

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. We publish a journal in print each Spring. We are proud to announce the twenty-seventh volume of Episteme, which you can download from Episteme’s website. Specially requested print editions have been shipped. This year’s submissions spanned a diverse body of philosophical literature from philosophy of feminism to Kripke’s philosophy of language, and they included authors as far-flung from as the Kyoto University. We hope that an even broader host of students are encouraged to participate in the next volume.

Discussions is an undergraduate run, peer-reviewed research journal that publishes undergraduate research in all fields of study. Discussions publishes several times every year.

Lex Modestum is a student run undergraduate philosophy journal dedicated to providing opportunities to aspiring philosophers. We accept original philosophical works from undergraduate students in both Analytic and Continental strains of thought. Along with the traditional essay format, we are also interested in presenting unique philosophical ideas via original modes of presentation (e.g. dialogues, poems, artwork, and short stories).