Monday, October 20, 2008

Princeton-Rutgers Graduate Philosophy Conference

Call for Papers

The 2009 Princeton-Rutgers Graduate Philosophy Conference

We invite submissions of high quality papers by graduate students to a conference, to be hosted on March 28-29, 2008, by Princeton and Rutgers Philosophy Departments.

We welcome papers of very high quality in any area of mainstream academic philosophy.
Papers accessible to a general philosophical audience will be favored. Papers should not exceed 4000 words in length and be prepared for blind refereeing.

Keynote Speakers:
TBA (Princeton)
Jeff King (Rutgers)

Submission Deadline: January 15th, 2008

(Notification of Acceptance by February 9th, 2008)
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Submission Guidelines:
Please send the following to prconf2009@gmail.com (as separate attachments in .doc or
.pdf format):

I) A cover letter containing the following information:
(1) author’s name
(2) title of paper
(3) institutional affiliation
(4) contact information (email, phone number, mailing address)
(5) word count
(6) the area(s) of the paper (e.g. metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, etc…)

II) The paper itself, with a title page containing the title of the paper and an abstract of no more than 150 words. This file should be free of identifying information.

All questions concerning the conference should be sent to prconf2009@gmail.com.
Organizing Committee: Barry Maguire and Angela Mendelovici (Princeton);
Nick Beckstead, Pavel Davydov and Jennifer Wang (Rutgers).

4 comments:

Justin Sytsma said...
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Justin Sytsma said...

Just a heads up that this overlaps with the Pitt-CMU Grad Conference, here.

(Thanks to Julia Bursten for pointing this out!)

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