CFP – 10th annual Georgia State student philosophy symposium

Posted: 14 de November de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event

Call For Papers: Georgia State University’s 10th Annual Student
Philosophy Symposium.

Date: Saturday, March 17, 2012

Keynote Speaker:  Professor Valerie Tiberius  –  University of
Minnesota: “To Be or Not To Be (A Parent):  How interdisciplinary
research on well-being can help us with the big questions.”

Location: Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

Topics: Original, high quality submissions in any area of philosophy
are welcomed from undergraduate or graduate students.

Notes: Papers must be no longer than 3750 words and should be
presented in approximately 25 minutes. All papers should be prepared
for blind review: papers should be free of identifying information,
and accompanied by a brief abstract (not to exceed 250 words).
Notifications of acceptance will be emailed by February 21, 2012. Only
one submission per person will be considered.

Deadline for Submissions: January 20, 2012

Submissions: To submit a paper, please email Noel Martin at
nmartin11@student.gsu.edu. All submissions will be acknowledged within
72 hours of receipt.

For further inquiries, contact Claire Murata Kooy at kkooy@gsu.edu.

For full details, see the conference website: http://www.gsu.edu/ethics
(select link to Philosophy Symposium).

Sponsored by Phi Sigma Tau – Zeta Chapter, the Center for Ethics –
Student Forum, and the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics.

Submitted by Andrew I. Cohen, aicohen@gsu.edu, Georgia State
University

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