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AAP Postgraduate members enrolled in a philosophy HDR program in an Australasian University who have registered for the conference and are presenting a paper are eligible to enter the AAP Postgraduate Presentation Prize, apply for a travel subsidy, and be involved in the Postgraduate Mentoring Scheme

Postgraduate Presentation Prize

The Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAP) awards 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.

Applicants must submit a full paper, prepared for blind review, of between 3000-5000 words (incl. references)

More information and Applications HERE

Deadline: 6.00pm AEST Friday May 1 2020 - Submissions now OPEN

Postgraduate Subsidy 

For postgraduates presenting a paper to support travel and accommodation costs.

Apply HERE

Deadline: 6.00pm AEST Friday May 8 2020 - Submissions now OPEN

Postgraduate Mentoring Scheme 

In 2020, the AAP is again hosting a postgraduate mentoring scheme during the conference. The scheme will put interested parties in touch, to allow postgraduates to talk about their work with leading researchers in their field. 

Applications for the Postgraduate Mentoring Scheme are made during the Abstract Submission process.

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