Telos Press is pleased to announce the 2014 Telos student essay competition, inviting graduate students and post-graduate researchers in the humanities to tell the world about their work. The competition offers young scholars the opportunity to be published in one of the leading international interdisciplinary journals. The deadline for submissions is August 1, 2014. For complete information about submitting your paper, click here.
At the 2014 Telos Conference in New York City earlier this year, previous competition winner Juan Carlos Donado discussed his experiences writing for Telos—first as a contributor to the journal, then as a participant in our TELOSthreads project, and now as an author who is preparing his second Telos article. Juan’s prize-winning essay, “Chiasms in Meditation or Toward the Notion of Cartesian Fiction,” was published in Telos 162