CALL FOR PAPERS - Deadline for submission of abstract: March 31st 2009
Brave New World 2009, the Fourteenth Annual Postgraduate Conference
organised under the auspices of the Manchester Centre for Political Theory
(MANCEPT), will take place on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th June 2009 at
the University of Manchester.
We are pleased to announce that our guest speakers this year are:
Professor Chandran Kukathas (London School of Economics)
Dr Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen)
The Brave New World conference series is now established as a leading
international forum exclusively dedicated to the discussion of postgraduate
research in political theory.
The conference offers a great opportunity for postgraduates from many
different countries and universities to share experiences, concerns and
research interests, to exchange stimulating ideas and to make new friends -
all in a financially accessible and highly informal setting. Participants
will also have the chance to meet and talk about their work with eminent
academics, including members of faculty from the University of Manchester as
well as our guest speakers, who will deliver keynote addresses at the event.
Guest speakers in previous years have included Brian Barry, Simon Caney,
G.A. Cohen, Cecile Fabre, Jerry Gaus, Peter Jones, Susan Mendus, David
Miller, Onora O'Neill, Michael Otsuka, Bhikhu Parekh, Carole Pateman, Anne
Philips, Thomas Pogge, Henry Shue, Quentin Skinner, Adam Swift, Philippe Van
Parijs, Andrew Williams, and Jonathan Wolff.
Papers focusing on any area of political theory or political philosophy are
welcome. If you would like to present a paper, please send a 300-word,
anonymised abstract, including the title of the paper, to
Brave.New.World@manchester.ac.uk, no later than 31st March 2009. Please also
include in your email your name and institutional affiliation.
Please note that the conference is self-financed and participants are
responsible for seeking their own funding. For further details please
contact David Birks at Brave.New.World@manchester.ac.uk.
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