Charity Anderson is the winner of the 2021 Sanders Prize in Philosophy of Religion with her paper, "Divine Hiddenness and Other Evidence,” (co-authored with Jeff Russell (USC)) The paper will be published in Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion.
A draft of the paper is available here.
The Marc Sanders Prize in Philosophy of Religion is a biennial essay competition open to scholars who are within fifteen (15) years of receiving a Ph.D. or students who are currently enrolled in a graduate program. Independent scholars may also be eligible.
The award for the prize-winning essay is $5,000. Winning essays will be published in Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion.
Submitted essays must present original research in philosophy of religion. Essays should be between 7,500 and 15,000 words. Since winning essays will appear in Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, submissions must not be under review elsewhere. Refereeing will be blind; authors should omit remarks and references that might disclose their identities. The winner will be determined by a committee of members of the Editorial Board of Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion and will be announced by late-March during an active competition cycle.
More information about the prize is available here.
Sic'em, Dr. Anderson!