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By June 2, 2008

Element: The Journal of the Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology is publishing a special issue dedicated to student articles. Submissions will be accepted by undergraduate or graduate students currently enrolled in a program of study related to philosophy, theology, or other areas of religious studies. Papers will be reviewed by selected members of the SMPT Executive Board and other outside reviewers as needed.

Authors of papers selected for publication will receive a $50.00 gift certificate for books at Amazon.com with a $100.00 award for the winning article as selected by the SMPT Executive Committee.

Submissions should be sent as attachments via email to brian.birch@uvsc.edu in Microsoft Word format. An abstract of no more than 150 words should accompany each submission along with full contact information, including name, institution, program of study, phone numbers, e-mail, and mailing addresses. All articles will be subject to blind review and editorial modification.

nformation about the Society and journal can be found at www.smpt.org. For further questions, contact Brian Birch at brian.birch@uvsc.edu.

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Comments

  1. Having recently met a number of the SMPT crew, I give them a heart thumbs up and echo matt’s urging that people submit to their journal.

    Comment by smb — June 2, 2008 @ 9:43 pm

  2. Indeed, Sam. Element’s doing great things, folks.

    Comment by matt b — June 3, 2008 @ 1:13 am

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