Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Rutgers Undergrad Philosophy Journal

The Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Journal is pleased
to announce that from now until February 28th, we will
be accepting papers for our third edition. We accept papers
in any area of philosophy,on any topic. Due to the diversity
of our editors, we guarantee that all papers will be read by
someone with background in the subject being discussed.
Submissions should be mailed back to this address,

The Journal and past editions are available online at
http://eden.rutgers.edu/~journal/ <http://eden.rutgers.edu/%7Ejournal/>
If you are interested in obtaining a print copy of the Journal,
we would be happy to send you one, just send us your name and address
and we'll have one in the mail to you as soon as possible.

We have been extremely pleased with the quality of the
papers we have received so far and look forward to seeing
what papers we will receive this semester.

Thank you,

Max Mintz
Content Editor
Rutgers Undergraduate Philosophy Journal

1 comment:

Chris Tillman said...

For what it's worth, my view is that submitting to student journals is nearly a worthless endeavor. It takes time away from more important things (i.e., practically all other things) and if a paper merits publication then it merits publication in a professional, rather than a student, journal. Such a publication is generally of at best zero value in helping you get into schools, etc., and at worst has negative value. While it is worthwhile to revise and improve your work, it is more valuable for you to do so with the goal of getting it into a good graduate student conference or even a professional conference (CPA, APA, SEP, etc). I do not know to what extent this reflects the view of the department, so please take this to be my view only.