Philosophy, Politics and Critique
Every ECR participating in the annual ASCP conference is eligible to submit an article version of their presentation for the annual essay prize.
- The winning essay will be published in the ASCP issue of Philosophy, Politics and Critique.
- The winner of the essay competition will be officially acknowledged at the AGM and in the annual Chair’s report of the year in which the essay is published.
- The winner of the essay competition will be awarded a free registration at the following year’s ASCP conference.
- The winner of the essay competition will be invited to organize a panel on the themes of the essay at the following year’s ASCP conference.
To participate in the competition:
- The paper submitted must be a paper that the author presented at the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy conference
- The paper must be original work that has not appeared previously in print and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- The submitted essay should include a 200-word abstract, up to five keywords, and conform to the journal’s style guide. https://www.euppublishing.com/page/ppc/submissions
Winning papers will be given further feedback for revision prior to publication.
The prize will be judged by members of the ASCP executive and / or the journal’s editorial board.
An early career researcher is defined as a researcher who graduated from their PhD in the last five years. They are eligible to apply for the prize of publication in Philosophy, Politics and Critique. The prize will be awarded for excellent scholarship engaging with the themes of the journal.