New Essay Prize in Honor of Charles Mills

The Journal of Applied Philosophy has created a new essay prize in honor of philosopher Charles Mills (1951-2021).

The journal’s editor, Elizabeth Brake (Rice), writes:

The Journal of Applied Philosophy announces an annual Prize in honor of Charles Mills in recognition of his body of work as well as his service to the journal.

The Prize will be 1500 GBP, awarded annually for an outstanding paper published in the journal on the themes of Mills’ work, including racial injustice, philosophy of race, non-ideal theory, and ideology.

We encourage submissions on these topics for consideration for the first Prize, to be awarded in 2024. Any paper published in the 2023 volume will be considered for the 2024 Prize, and papers published in subsequent years will be considered for the Prize in the year following publication. Any paper published in the journal on these topics is eligible for the Prize, but to ensure consideration, please indicate in your cover letter that you would like your paper to be considered for the Mills Prize.

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