[SydPhil] AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize – Call for Entries

Chris Lawless administrativeofficer at aap.org.au
Fri Feb 1 17:33:59 AEDT 2019

*AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize – Call for Entries*

Since 2015, the Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAP) awards each
year a monetary prize for the best paper presented by a postgraduate
student at the annual July conference. This prize is offered to encourage
postgraduates to present at the AAP Conference, and to recognise the
philosophical contributions from excellent Australasian postgraduate
students. The shortlisted candidates will be judged on both the written
paper quality and the presentation skill displayed in presenting the paper
to a conference audience.

Previous winners of the AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize include Heather
Browning – Australian National University (2018), Hayden Wilkinson –
Australian National University (2017), Stephen Gadsby – Macquarie
University (2016) and Tristram Oliver-Skuse – University of Melbourne

The prize will be awarded by the President of the AAP at the Conference
dinner held at the conclusion of the annual AAP Conference in July.

This Prize is sponsored by Taylor and Francis, publisher of the *Australasian
Journal of Philosophy* and the *Australasian Philosophical Review*.


-        Applicants must be members of the AAP in good standing.

-        Applicants must be enrolled in an Australasian HDR philosophy

-        Applicants must not be previous winners of the AAP Postgraduate
Presentation Prize.

-        The submitted paper must not be previously published.

-        Applicants cannot submit more than one paper in any given year.

-        All papers must conform to the word limit.

-        All papers must be properly prepared for blind review.

-        Students are eligible if their theses submission date falls after
the closing date for submissions.


The AAP invites entries from *postgraduate philosophers* in Australasia.

Applicants will submit a full paper (pdf), prepared for blind review, of
between 3,000 and 5,000 words, including references. Applicants will also
submit an abstract for the same paper through the normal conference
registration process.

The closing date for entries is *Friday 3rd May, 2019 at 6:00pm AEST*.
Please note: late entries will not be accepted.

Entries should be *submitted online* through the form available here:

Further information about the AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize,
including conditions of entry, can be found on the same page.

The AAP reserves the right not to award the prize in any given year if a
suitable candidate is not nominated.

For general enquiries relating to the AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize,
please contact Chris Lawless: administrativeofficer at aap.org.au

Chris Lawless

Administrative Officer
Australasian Association of Philosophy

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