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Essay Prize in Latin American Thought
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The APA's committee on Hispanics sponsors the annual essay prize in Latin American thought, which is awarded to the author of the best unpublished, English-language, philosophical essay in Latin American thought. The purpose of this prize is to encourage fruitful work in Latin American thought. Eligible essays must contain original arguments and broach philosophical topics clearly related to the specific experiences of Hispanic Americans and Latinos. The winning essay will be published in the APA's Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy.

Frequency: Annual

Last Award: 2014

Next Award: 2015

Next Deadline: June 5, 2015

Prize: $500

Length: 3,000 words. Word count required with submission.

Eligibility and Criteria

The author must be a member in good standing of the APA. The author cannot be a current or recent member of the committee on Hispanics. Last, the author must accept publication in the APA's Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy.

Questions may be directed to prizes@apaonline.org

Submissions

In a single PDF file, please submit a cover letter with a brief biographical statement, an abstract of no more than 200 words, and the essay. The essay must be prepared for blind review.  

Only members may submit essays for this prize; please sign in to access the submission form.

To submit an essay, fill out the submission form.

Selection

Members of the subcommittee involved in selecting the essays must abstain from evaluating essays with contents bearing 10 percent or more on the work of those members.

The recipient will be selected by members of the APA's committee on Hispanics.

Previous Awardees

2014

Philip Mack (Marquette University), "Should a Concept of Truth be attributed to Nahuatl Thought? Preserving 'the Colonial Difference' between Concepts of the West and Nahua Philosophy"

2013

No prize awarded.

2012

No prize awarded.

2011

John Kaiser Ortiz (Bowling Green State University), "Octavio Paz and the Universal Problem of Mexican Solitudeā€

2010

Jose Mendoza (University of Oregon), "The Political Philosophy of Undocumented Immigration"

2009

Grant Silva (University of Oregon), "Towards a Latin American Political Philosophy of/for the United States: From Discovery of America to Immigrant Encounters"

2008

Hugo Moreno (University of Western Ontario), "The Analogical Tradition of Hispanic Thought"

2007

Roberto Toledo (SUNY Stony Brook), "The Authenticity of Indigenous Rebellion in Mexico: Luis Villoro's Critique of Leopoldo Zea's Nationalism."

2006

Carlos A. Sanchez (San Jose State University), "The Phenomenology of Jorge Portilla: Relajo, Gelassenheit, and Liberation"

2005

Gregory Pappas (Ohio State University), "The American Challenge: The Tension Between The Values Of The Anglo And The Hispanics"

2004

Bernardo Cantens (Barry University), "Francisco De Vitoria's Just Intervention Theory and the Iraq War"

Manuel Vargas (California Institute of Technology), "Eurocentrism and the Philosophy of Liberation"

 

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