Aporia is a national philosophy journal published biannually by Dartmouth undergraduates. We release issues every fall and spring; the spring issue will feature papers that have been selected to be read at the Dartmouth Conference. A primary goal of Aporia is to showcase high quality undergraduate work in philosophy and act as a catalyst for engaging students in the puzzles inherent in the world around us.
Aporia accepts submissions from students at any college or university. Issues tend to center on a common theme that varies from publication to publication, but thoughtful submissions on any philosophical topic are welcome.
The Dialectic is the annual University of New Hampshire’s undergraduate philosophy journal. Founded in 1969 under the title The Monad and known in later years as Dasein (’89) andZeitgeist (’92), the journal has traditionally published papers, poetry, artwork, and photographs. Currently the journal publishes philosophical essays on all topics, and as of the 2009 edition has moved to an exclusively online publication. The Dialectic accepts and encourages submissions from any university, and it is the journal’s goal to promote an international philosophical dialogue amongst undergraduates.
Submissions, inquires and any thoughts or comments on the current issue’s essays should be sent to email@example.com. We are also developing an email list so please let us know if you would like to be added.
Dialectic is the journal of the University of York Philosophy Society. It is produced by University of York students for an undergraduate audience, but features essays by undergraduates, postgraduates and academics from various institutions. There are two volumes a year, one in the first and third academic terms of the University of York.
Since the magazine’s inception in 2007, Dialectic has gained considerable momentum. Beginning as a solely online entity publishing essays by University of York students, Dialectic is now both online and in print and has received submissions and published work by students of the University of Warwick, U.C.L., the University of Bristol, the University of Essex, Durham University, the University of Birmingham, King’s College London, L.S.E. , the University of Edinburgh and the university of Oxford. Dialectic is an important part of York Philosophy Society’s endeavour to encourage interaction between philosophy students at different institutions.
The Dualist is a national undergraduate philosophy journal published by Stanford Universityundergraduates. Its purpose is to offer students from all universities an opportunity to participate in a normally inaccessible part of academic life — the production and publication of papers for general philosophical readership. Established in 1993, The Dualist has since become the most renowned and prestigious undergraduate philosophy journal in the U.S., featuring thoughtful articles authored by undergraduates around the world.
Each year, The Dualist publishes quality undergraduate papers in philosophy. We accept submissions every January and print the journal during the late summer. The Dualist is distributed to philosophy departments across the nation, and archived copies of recent issues are also available online.
In addition, The Dualist works closely with the Undergraduate Philosophy Association to plan various undergraduate events, including our annual spring conference. If you are a student at Stanford and are interested in further involving yourself with the UPA, please attend any of our informal luncheons, faculty talks, or meetings.
Ephemeris is an undergraduate journal of philosophy originated by Union College’s philosophy club, student-run and dedicated to harvesting exceptional undergraduate writing grounded in the distinct value and interest of the philosophical endeavor.
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. Although we students have a faculty advisor, our advisor’s job is to let the students run the show but be there for periodic managerial consultation. The Editors and executive board recruit philosophy students to be readers and invest time into the organization. The students work to distribute copies of submissions, fill-out review sheets, attend periodic meetings to discuss the papers and year’s progress, and place the journal into our Publisher software.
The open campus, peer reviewed philosophy journal of Vanderbilt University.The purpose of Geist is to offer undergraduate students a unique opportunity to engage in a normally exclusive dimension of academia – the production and publication of scholarly literature. GEIST seeks to foster rigorous philosophical research as well as providing a forum for academic critique and discussion.
- The journal was founded in Fall 2008 at Vanderbilt University, and continues to be housed and published at the university with the assistance of the Department of Philosophy (although many other administrators and academic departments function as collaborators). It is, at the moment, an annual publication with both an online and a hardcopy version. GEIST is an open-campus journal, and invites submissions from undergraduate students all over the english-speaking world.
GNOSIS is a journal of philosophy published by graduate students at Concordia University, under the auspices of the Department of Philosophy. Although most authors are graduate students, submissions by undergraduates are welcome. GNOSIS, founded in 1973, enables students from Canada and elsewhere to get exposure for their work. Please click here for more information and for previous issues of GNOSIS.
As a part of their Senior Seminar, the seniors in the Philosophy Department function as the editorial board for The Interlocutor: The Sewanee Undergraduate Philosophical Review. The Interlocutor solicits submissions from undergraduate philosophers around the world and seeks to publish undergraduate work of high-quality.
The Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research aims to promote high quality research by undergraduates at colleges affiliated with the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. It is produced by students and faculty of Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois.
Works may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Princeton Journal of Bioethics is an undergraduate publication written and edited by undergraduate students from universities across the country. Working with our Technical Review board comprised of leaders in the fields of education, medicine, science, and ethics, the Journal strives to provide a broad view of current issues in bioethics including genetic engineering, reproductive rights, stem cell research, and euthanasia.
The primary goal of the Journal is to represent the work of undergraduate students in the field of Bioethics. For this reason, we can only accept submissions from undergraduates. Please submit papers to email@example.com.
The Reed, run through St. Olaf’s Edna and Howard Hong Kierkegaard Library, functions as a forum for Existential themes at the undergraduate level throughout the United States and abroad. The undergraduate editors of this journal are committed to considering submissions by Existentialist thinkers struggling with the alienation that comes with the freedom and learning of college. Our hope is to create both a textual and visual space where Existentialism can be explored through various mediums. As an interdisciplinary journal, we aim to include varied interpretations of existentialism; essays, as well as poetry, short fiction, literary criticism, religious discourse, psychological analysis, and visual art. Because this is an undergraduate journal, we attempt to offer selections hitting on various levels of the broad theme of Existentialism while maintaining a cohesive intellectual rigor present throughout the discipline. We also seek to include a range of understanding of Existentialism, from the novice to the relative expert, from the artistic, to the critical. For excerpts from past issues and other resources, see the Archives.
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.
Stance is published annually in April. The deadline for submission is in mid-December. All papers are carefully considered by multiple blind reviewers. Notification of initial decision is early February. All authors receive constructive feedback concerning submissions.
The journal is published as a freely available electronic interactive magazine. Undergraduates, with or without faculty support, are encouraged to submit research work.
The Twin Cities Review of Political Philosophy is interested in diverse subject matter. As a policy, we prefer scholarly work that: (1) clarifies an unclear or challenging concept, passage, or author in political thought; (2) publicizes a lesser-known argument that merits greater attention; or (3) offers new insight into existing works’ arguments or methods.
The Yale Philosophy Review is an annual journal that showcases the best and most original of philosophic thought by undergraduate students, worldwide. The goal of the Review is to promote philosophic discourse of the highest standard, and to bring together a community of young philosophers in both the United States and abroad. Each issue contains a selection of essays on a broad range of philosophic topics, as well as book reviews and interviews of philosophic content.