The Departments of Philosophy, Communications, and Foreign Languages at
the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville will be hosting the third
independent conference for the
Hannah Arendt Circle March 27-29, 2009.
We invite individual submissions for papers on any aspect of Arendt's
work, including critiques and applications of her thinking.
Please send an abstract of the paper, by e-mail (750 word limit).
Abstracts should be formatted for anonymous review and submitted to the
program committee chair, Karin Fry at email@example.com on or before
November 14th, 2008.
Please indicate "Arendt Circle submission" in the subject heading, and
include the abstract as a ".doc" attachment to your message. Program
decisions will be announced by the end of December.
Karin Fry, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
Tama Weisman, Quincy University
Irene McMullin, University of Arkansas
Our first two independent meetings were outstanding, and we are looking
forward to the same camaraderie and intense discussion of Arendt?s work
at this year?s conference. Each speaker will have approximately 35
minutes for paper presentation and discussion combined ?papers should be
a maximum of 3000 words (15-20 minutes).
The University of Arkansas is located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.
Lodging has been reserved at Carnell Hall: 1-800-295-9118
See also www.innatcarnallhall.com.
Program and other information will be available no later than January