Friday, December 31, 2010

SAP Annual Conference 2011

SOCIETY FOR APPLIED PHILOSOPHY ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2011
1-3 July, Hulme Hall, University of Manchester

The Society for Applied Philosophy was founded in 1982 with the aim of promoting philosophical study and research that has a direct bearing on areas of practical concern. It arose from an increasing awareness that many topics of public debate are capable of being illuminated by the critical, analytic approach characteristic of philosophy, and by direct consideration of questions of value. These topics come from a number of different areas of social life - law, politics, economics, science, technology, medicine and education are among the most obvious. The purpose of the SAP is to foster and promote philosophical work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to problems in these areas. It does so through events, conferences, and lecture programmes.

Open themed event

The SAP Annual Conference 2011 will be an open themed applied philosophy conference (papers will be considered from the full range of topics in applied philosophy). Plenary speakers include Connie Rosati (Arizona), Katie McShane (Colorado), Marilyn Fiedman (Charles Sturt), Kasper Lippert Rasmussen (Aarhus), and Hugh LaFollette (South Florida, St Petersburg).

SUBMISSION PROCESS for PROPOSED PAPERS

Please submit a 3000 word paper ACCOMPANIED BY a 500 word abstract to be considered for inclusion in the programme.

Papers (with accompanying abstract) can be submitted here:

http://www.appliedphil.org/view/proposal.html

The deadline for submissions is Friday 14 January 2011.

Only submissions that include both abstract and paper can be considered for the programme.

POSTGRADUATE ESSAY PRIZE
A prize will be awarded to the best postgraduate essay submission (awarded in advance of the conference judged by the best postgraduate paper submission). The winning student will receive free registration and accommodation at the conference as well as reimbursement for any travel expenses incurred within the United Kingdom, to and from the event. Please indicate whether you would like to be considered for this prize via the CFP submission process.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Connie Rosati
(University of Arizona)

Katie McShane
(University of Colorado)

Marilyn Friedman
(Charles Sturt University)

Kasper Lippert Rasmussen
(Aarhus University)

Hugh LaFollette
(University of South Florida, St Petersburg)

WEBSITE
Further details, including estimated registration costs, venue info and travel can be found on the conference webpage:

http://www.appliedphil.org/details/event/869845/Society-for-Applied-Philosophy-Annual-Conference-2011.html
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2 comments:

Eric said...
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Yupa said...

Katie McShane works at Colorado State University, not the University of Colorado. The SAP 2011 conference website has this detail correct.