CFP: Sixth Conference of the Latin American Association for Analytic Philosophy, Santiago, Aug. 24-26, 2021 (deadline: Jan. 15, 2021)

INVITED SPEAKERS Susanna SiegelHarvard University Amalia AmayaUniversity of Edinburgh/UNAM David PapineauKing´s College London – City University of New York Graduate Center Diana PérezUniversidad de Buenos Aires – Conicet Andrés PáezUniversidad de Los Andes, Colombia Liza SkidelskyUniversidad de Buenos Aires, Conicet The Sixth ALFAn conference is designed to provide a forum for new work in any area of […]

1st Online Meeting of the Asian Epistemology Network (Jul. 31, 2020)

We are happy to announce the program of the 1st Online Meeting of the Asian Epistemology Network, which will be held on Friday, July 31, 2020, 7-10pm (Shanghai time). Our speakers will be Rie Iizuka (Kansai University), Masaharu Mizumoto (Japan Institute of Science and Technology), Ru Ye (Wuhan University) and Adam Marushak (South China Normal University).  […]

CFP: Inclusive Philosophies Online Graduate Student Workshop, Jul. 1-31, 2020 (deadline: May 31, 2020)

Organized by Women in Philosophy, Lafayette, Purdue University The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has put numerous philosophy conferences on hold and prevented many graduate students from showcasing their current projects. This workshop aims to provide graduate students with an online platform to present their works in progress and receive feedback from other graduate students working on […]

CFP: EurSafe Conference 2021: Justice and Food Security in a Changing Climate, Fribourg, Jun. 24-26, 2021 (deadline: July 2, 2020)

The EurSafe Conference 2021 in Fribourg focuses particularly on the key concerns of ethics and justice with regard to food security and climate change. We encourage papers exploring the areas of climate mitigation and food security; geoengineering, agriculture and land; adapting agriculture to sustain food security; and animal ethics, veterinary ethics and food security. Find the full description of […]

CFP: FEMMSS 8: Changing Cultures, Changing Sciences, University of Waterloo, Aug. 20-23, 2020 (deadline: Mar. 15, 2020)

Submission deadline: March 15, 2020 Acceptance decisions will be available in early April 2020 Submissions are invited for the eighth meeting of The Association for Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics, and Science Studies (FEMMSS) to be held at the University of Waterloo, August 20 – 23 2020. This conference welcomes submissions from across the disciplines. FEMMSS is […]

CFP: Diverse Families, One Law? University of Bern, Nov. 9-10, 2020 (deadline: Mar. 31, 2020)

Keynote: Elizabeth Brake Today’s families differ widely in their form, internal organisation, lifestyle and values. At the same time, liberal states are in need of binding rules that serve to protect individuals’ and particularly children’s rights. Challenges arise when liberal values or socially recognized norms conflict with particular ways of organising family life, for instance, […]

CFP: Reconsidering Forms of Enslavement and Subjection Across Disciplines, University of Warwick, Jun. 19-20, 2020 (deadline: Apr. 20. 2020)

We invite abstracts on topics including, but not limited to: Forms enslavement across time from Antiquity to today. Figuration and representation of enslaved people and/or slavery and more broadly subjugation in the arts (music, visual and performing arts, film, tv and media studies, theatre and drama, literature and graphic novels, etc.) (Hi)Stories of slavery and […]

CFP: 14th Annual Texas Tech Graduate Philosophy Conference: Philosophy of Race, Texas Tech University, Apr. 23-25, 2020 (deadline: Feb. 28, 2020)

Keynote Speaker: Charles W. Mills (CUNY-The Graduate Center) Summary: We are interested in promoting scholarship related but not limited to historical, normative, metaphysical, epistemic, and linguistic questions surrounding race in America. Submissions from current graduate students in any area related to the philosophy of race are welcome (Including papers about, e.g. ethnicity, immigration, etc.). Submission Guidelines: Papers should be between 3,000-3,800 words […]

The Costs of Flying: An Intersectional Analysis (Guest Post)

Guest Post By Michelle Ciurria Professors, especially senior, wealthy, white men, should fly less for work. In this post, I will argue that professors should fly less for work in order to reduce their carbon footprint. And I will argue that senior, wealthy, white, male professors should curb their flight-related carbon emissions the most because […]