Storytelling reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it.

                                                                             

                                                                                          - Hannah Arendt

Submissions Guidelines

Submit papers by October 21, 2018 via this google form or by email to womenofphilosophy@colorado.edu.

Papers should not include your name or other identifying information. If submitting by email, please provide your paper title, name, email, and major in a separate attachment.

 

  • submissions of any length up to 4,000 words.

  • mostly traditional academic essays, but also any other writing form that serves a work's philosophical content:

    • Poetry

    • Fiction

    • Mixed Media

    • etc.

  • submissions from anyone who has not attended graduate school in philosophy (this includes current undergraduates and authors who are not affiliated with an educational institution)

  • submissions with multiple authors

  • submissions in languages other than English: we will publish English translations alongside the original work

 

 

 

We accept:

 

  • engage with philosophy written by women and minorities

  • confront the parochialism of mainstream history of philosophy, either through direct criticism or by presenting alternative narratives

  • discuss diversity-related issues in academic philosophy's established practices, institutions, and communities

  • disturb traditional metaphilosophical boundaries (i.e. between continental and analytic philosophy)

  • take risks with medium and methodology

We are looking for submissions that:

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now