Saturday, 14 April 2012

Undergraduate Philosophy Journals

There are a number of journals that either accept or specialize in publishing undergraduate work. Most are published only once or twice a year, either online or in print form. Be sure to check each journal's submission requirements, deadlines and areas of emphasis. Here are a few suggestions:
Aporia (Brigham Young University)
Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy (University of San Francisco)
The Dualist (Stanford University)
Episteme: An International Journal of Undergraduate Philosophy (Denison University)
GNOSIS (Concordia University)
Meteorite (University of Michigan)
Prolegomena (University of British Columbia)
Prometheus: The Undergraduate Philosophy Journal of Johns Hopkins University
Stoa (Santa Barbara City College)
The Yale Philosophy Review (Yale University)
For additional student-related journals, visit EpistemeLinks.