Philologoi : Φιλόλογοι (pl.)
lovers of words, dialectic, and conversation.
We invite students to submit papers exploring any aspect of philosophical thought from antiquity through the twentieth century.
Our focus is to provide an engaging and reflective forum for showcasing exceptional scholarly work from undergraduates worldwide.
All submitted works will be initially reviewed by at least three members of the Editorial Staff, who then bring the works before the full staff with a recommendation to accept for publication, accept pending revisions, or decline, with the full staff making the final decision. The review process will begin in winter and decisions may not be finalized until late-spring. All submissions will receive a summation of editorial evaluations.
Submit papers to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 29th, 2019.
Please prepare submissions for blind review by including the author’s name and academic affiliation in a separate document.
Papers should be in 12 pt. font with one-inch margins, formatted in Turabian (Chicago style) or MLA. Documents must be submitted Microsoft Word (.docx) format.
There is no formal page limit, although students are politely discouraged from submitting papers over thirty pages in length.
Submit papers to email@example.com
Philologoi call for papers are also posted on PhilEvents.
PhilEvents is a calendar of academic events and calls for papers in philosophy around the world. On PhilEvents you can track upcoming events of interest to you based on criteria like distance from your place of residence and your topics of interest.