Political Transformative Experience: Where We Are Now, St. Louis University Online, May 6, 2021

Some events are politically transformative. Examples include the pandemic, climate change, the civil rights movement, and the Black Lives Matter movement. This workshop investigates political transformative experiences through a range of angles, among others, Indigenous philosophies, African-American political thought, and American pragmatism.  This event is online and will take place on Zoom. Please send an […]

The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Disability

The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Disability is close to publication and thus can now be pre-ordered at the Oxford University Press website here. I have copied the Table of Contents below for your inspection. (An earlier version of the TOC appears at the OUP website). ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table of Contents List of Contributors xvIntroduction xxiiiAdam […]

CFP: Sexual Violence As Structural Violence: Feminist Visions Of Transformative Justice, UCLA, Mar. 6, 2020 (deadline: Oct. 27, 2019)

30TH ANNUAL THINKING GENDER STUDENT RESEARCH CONFERENCE MARCH 6, 2020, CARNESALE COMMONS, UCLA FEATURING KEYNOTE PANELIST MARIAME KABA Founding Director, Project NIA Researcher in Residence, Barnard Center for Research on Women DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2019 AT 11:59 PM PDT ALL PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE: CSW.UCLA.EDU/TG20_CFP The UCLA Center for the Study […]

CFP: Home: Sanctuary, Shelter, and Justice (deadline: Dec. 31, 2019)

Social Philosophy Today (SPT), a peer-reviewed forum for the philosophical discussion of contemporary social issues, is pleased to invite submissions for Volume 36 on the theme, Home: Sanctuary, Shelter, and Justice. We also welcome short “replies” to articles in the SPT archives. The deadline for submissions for volume 36 (2020) is December 31, 2019. The theme of Volume 36 […]

Hurricane prep, again

Hurricane preparation in Florida is an annual affair, at least. A lot of people in my area do not have enough money or space to prepare adequately for storms in advance. And, of course, when it comes to purchasing items once the news hits that a hurricane or major storm is headed our way, essential […]

CFP: Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice (Extended deadline: Sept. 1, 2019)

Res Philosophica, and special editors, Scott Berman and Chad Flanders, invite papers on the topic of mass incarceration and racial justice for the 2019 Res Philosophica Essay Prize and a special issue of the journal. Submissions addressing any of the many philosophical questions related to mass incarceration and racial justice are welcome.  The author of […]

CFA: Politics, Polarity, and Peace, University of Colorado, Oct. 18-19, 2019 (deadline: Jun. 15, 2019)

Keynote Speaker: Lucius T. Outlaw (Jr) Any abstract that relates to the theme, broadly construed, or that relates to the overall mission of Concerned Philosophers for Peace (CPP), is welcome. Topics might include, but are not limited to: teaching politics/justice/peace in a deeply divided country peace activism under conditions of polarization polarity versus divisiveness personal […]

CFP: 16th Annual California Roundtable on Philosophy and Race (CRPR), Marquette University, Oct. 18-19, 2019 (deadline: May 15, 2019)

The California Roundtable on Philosophy and Race announces a call forpapers for its 16th annual roundtable. This roundtable bringstogether philosophers of race in continental and analytic traditions,and those working in related disciplines in a small and congenialsetting to share their work and develop this field further.Philosophical papers are invited on any issue regarding race,ethnicity, or […]