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Philevents has an option to sign up for updates. I receive a weekly digest of any new prizes, events, CFP's, etc. that fall within the parameters I set. You can also set it up to email you every time there's a new one posted, but I find the deluge of emails distracting. The digest has been very, very useful.

However, I've noticed that a lot of conferences and prizes aren't posted to Philevents, so don't over-rely on it. I also have a general sense of when the conferences I usually attend tend to send out a CFP, so I check their websites at the appropriate time. Same with prizes that I know don't get posted to Philevents (Res Philosophica, British Journal of the History of Philosophy grad essay prize, etc.).


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