Tuesday, July 20, 2010

2011 SAAP Grad Student Session

The Graduate Student Session at the 38th annual meeting of the
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy
March 10-12, 2011
Eastern Washington University
Cheney, WA

The Graduate Student Session at the SAAP conference highlights excellent graduate work in American Philosophy and gives graduate students an opportunity to participate in the vigorous philosophical debates the society offers.

Papers from all areas of American Philosophy are welcome.

Submission guidelines:

1. 3,000 word limit (please include a word count with submission)
2. 100 word abstract
3. Double-spaced
4. Please use a standard format such as, Arial, Times New Roman or Courier.
5. Your document’s name should be the title of your paper. For example, a paper titled “Peirce and James on Habits” should be named “Peirce and James on Habits.doc”.
6. Please prepare papers for BLIND REVIEW, with no identifying names or university affiliations mentioned in the paper. This includes removing any tags or author names in the properties of the document.
7. In the submission email, include your name, paper title, affiliation, and whether you have submitted a paper in response to the standard call for papers. If your paper is accepted for presentation as a part of the regular program, then you will be required to withdraw your submission to the graduate student session.

Submit papers electronically to amasseca@uoguelph.ca as an attached .doc or .rtf file. Please indicate that you are submitting a paper for the 2011 SAAP meeting in the subject line of your email.

Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2010.

Notification for acceptance will be sent out sometime in early December.

Limited travel funds are available for papers accepted to this session. Please Contact Bill Myers, SAAP Treasurer, for more information. bmyers@bsc.edu

Papers accepted to this session are not eligible for any of the SAAP prizes.

For more information on the conference or the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, visit the society's website at: http://american-philosophy.org or visit the conference page at: http://american-philosophy.org/events/annual_meeting.htm

Aaron Massecar
University of Guelph
Graduate Session Organizer, SAAP
Email: amasseca@uoguelph.ca

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