Hobbes Studies is pleased to invite submissions to the 2017 Hobbes Studies Essay Competition. Submissions should treat the philosophical, political historical, literary, religious, or scientific aspects of the thought of Thomas Hobbes and be no more than 10 000 words. Essays are invited from researchers in any field who are currently enrolled in postgraduate study or completed their PhD no earlier than 3rd March 2012. Submissions must be received by 3rd March 2017. The judges reserve the right not to make an award.
All submissions should be uploaded to the journal's Editorial Manager website: http://www.editorialmanager.com/hobs/default.aspx. When submitting your manuscript for consideration, please note in the comments box that you desire to be considered for the 2017 competition (immediately before uploading the files), and include your CV. Submissions must follow Hobbes Studies submission guidelines. For questions, please email the Assistant Editor at email@example.com. Essays must not have been previously published or simultaneously submitted for consideration elsewhere.
Submissions will be considered for publication in a forthcoming issue of Hobbes Studies. The winning essay will be awarded 350 euros, a year’s subscription to the journal and be published in Hobbes Studies.
About the Journal
Hobbes Studies is an international, peer-reviewed scholarly journal. It publishes research (articles, book symposia, research notes and book reviews) about philosophical, political historical, literary, religious, and scientific aspects of Thomas Hobbes’s thought. For previous issues, and further information see www.brill.com/hobbes-studies. You can also read the 2016 prize winning essay here:
Gabriella Slomp, University of St Andrews
Marcus Adams, University at Albany, SUNY
Joanne Paul, University of Sussex
Martin A. Bertman†
Timo Airaksinen, University of Helsinki
Jeffrey Barnouw, The University of Texas at Austin
Adrian Blau, King's College London
Mónica Brito-Vieira, University of York
Juhana Lemetti, University of Helsinki
Sir Noel Malcolm, All Souls College, Oxford
Aloysius P. Martinich, The University of Texas at Austin
Timothy Raylor, Carleton College
Rosamond Rhodes, CUNY
Dr Joanne Paul