Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Questions: Philosophy for Young People

Questions publishes philosophical work by and for young people, including stories, essays, poems, photographs and drawings, etc. In addition, articles related to doing philosophy with young people,
reviews of books and materials useful for doing the same, lesson plans
(include description or transcripts of student responses), classic
thought experiments redefined/modified for modern audience interests
and demographics, transcripts of philosophy discussions, photographs
of classroom discussions, and more are sought.

Images, whether photographs, drawings, paintings, et al. should be
sent as uncompressed TIFF files (with at least 300 dpi resolution.)
Written submissions should be sent in Word, WordPerfect, or Rich Text
File formats (as .doc, .wpd, or .rtf). Scholarly articles should
conform to the Chicago Manual of Style for textual and citation
manners; please use endnotes rather than footnotes.

Be sure to include contact information with your submissions. A
copyright release is needed for publication. All submissions should
go to:

Submissions for the next issue should be received by March 31, 2009. They will be reviewed first by the editors (Rory Kraft, Jr. and Alison Reiheld), then by the larger editorial board.

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