The winning essay will be published in the Review of Philosophy and Psychology. The winner will be awarded a budget of up to 3000 EUR to cover travel and accommodation for a research visit at the Centre for Philosophy of Memory. This will include an opportunity for the researcher to present his work and to participate in other CPM events.
The competition is open to early-career researchers, defined as PhD students or those who are within five years of receiving their PhDs (i.e., the PhD should have been received in September 2014 or later).
Submissions on all aspects of the philosophy of memory are welcome; this includes empirically-informed philosophical work. Submissions should be prepared for blind evaluation and should respect the Review of Philosophy and Psychology‘s instructions for authors, available here.
Please send submissions with the subject line “phil mem essay prize submission” to Chris McCarroll at email@example.com. The deadline is February 28, 2020.