PhilonoUS will be extending the deadline for submissions until midnight 31st August!
We’ve had some quality papers so far, but wanted to give everyone a second chance to send in more of your great work. We welcome papers relating to any area of philosophy and love to read your ideas on the stuff that interests you.
Papers should be 2000-6000 words and submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org – again, more information regarding submission requirements can be found here.
We are happy to announce that the latest edition of PhilonoUS (Spring 2017) is available for purchase in physical print. As ever, submissions were of an extremely high standard and all the papers featured are fascinating, enjoyable reads.
In addition to the 7 incredible papers by undergraduate students, this edition also features two wonderfully insightful interviews with Dr David Liggins and Dr Yonatan Shemmer.
But there’s more! We are also selling the previous edition of PhilonoUS (Autumn 2016) at a discounted price; it’s jam-packed full of more great papers and interviews with the esteemed Professor Elizabeth Barnes and Professor Eric Olson.
To purchase either copy, please click here – your support helps to keep us bringing you the very best undergraduate work from around the world!
We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the Autumn 2017 edition of PhilonoUS!
Philosophy students from all departments, all levels of undergraduate study and all areas of interests are cordially invited to submit their work. This edition of PhilonoUS will be the fourth overall, though it will be the first with a new editorial team – all of whom are excited to make this the best journal yet!
Papers should be no more than 6000 words and the deadline for submissions is Friday 18th August, 5pm (GMT). Please submit papers to email@example.com – more information regarding submission requirements can be found here.
We look forward to reading all your great work!
A big thanks to everybody who came to the launch party and a bigger thanks to everyone who bought a copy of the journal!
We would like to thank once again the University of Sheffield Department of Philosophy, all of our contributors and all of our editors who have made this possible. The journal is officially available to view online for free and purchase if you would like a physical copy.
We are inordinately proud to have a chance to showcase the best that philosophy undergraduates have to offer and look forward to the next issue of the journal, to be announced soon!
The Sheffield Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy is now accepting submissions for its first edition; papers are welcomed from any branch of Philosophy, but must be the work of Undergraduate students.
Further submission guidelines can be found here. Any queries regarding these guidelines or anything else more generally should be directed to the Editors-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for Submissions: 28th March 2016, 5pm.
The Sheffield Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy has been set up by current undergraduate students at the University of Sheffield.
The journal itself will be published in print and online biannually. We accept submissions from undergraduate students at all institutions, both in the UK and internationally, and welcome contributions from any area of philosophy – please see our submission guidelines page for more information regarding paper requirements.
Please feel free to contact us with any queries at email@example.com
For more information on Philosophy at The University of Sheffield, please see the department website https://www.shef.ac.uk/philosophy