MORE ABOUT STANCE
Stance undergraduates are from these countries:
Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bolivia, Cameroon, Canada, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Japan, Lebanon, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America
What makes Stance interesting?
Stance’s anonymous, multiple peer-review process provides contributors with a professional learning experience. The undergraduate students who compose the editorial board of Stance are trained in specific editorial skills including line editing, content evaluation, professional communication, and independent research. Several reviewers examine each contributed paper, and every paper that is published will have met exacting “Revise and Resubmit” requirements. The author of each paper is given constructive feedback, even the authors of papers that are rejected. We accept essays on a wide variety of topics to not only give students a chance to display their work but also to give them an opportunity to see work that may be surprisingly different from their own.
What makes Stance different?
Stance has quickly become the leading undergraduate philosophy journal in the world, having worked with reviewers and authors from countries including South Korea, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Australia, Canada, Iran, and Hungary. Our electronic distribution reaches upwards of 8,500 people and is growing each year. Worldwide access is available through EBSCO Publishing (ISSN 1943-1880-print; ISSN 1943-1899-electronic), or through Stance's listing in The Philosopher’s Index. Stance is the only undergraduate philosophy journal to receive the American Philosophical Association Prize for Excellence and Innovation. High-quality print versions are available for a small fee. Contact for more information.