CFP: UT Austin Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy

Submission deadline: July 17, 2022

Conference date(s):
September 9, 2022 - September 10, 2022

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Conference Venue:

Department of Philosophy, The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, United States

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The 1st Annual UT Austin Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy will take place on September 9th and 10th 2022 at the University of Texas at Austin. The conference will consist primarily of presentations by graduate students or early career researchers in early modern philosophy, demarcated as philosophical thought in the 16th century through the turn of the 19th century.


Each day’s session will conclude with a keynote address by an established scholar in the field. The keynote speakers for the 2022 conference are Thomas Holden (UC Santa Barbara) and Anat Schechtman (UT Austin).

We are inviting submissions of original research on figures major or minor from that historical region of philosophy, or on philosophical themes or concepts directly related to philosophy from the early modern period. Our aim is to present a diverse range of research about the early modern period, so we encourage novelty and originality in submissions, and this includes research on philosophers at the margins of the canon.

Submissions are open to scholars of the following positions:

●     Graduate students

●     Postdoctoral researchers

●     Junior faculty members of philosophy departments

●     Early career philosophers of miscellaneous status

Authors of accepted submissions will be offered a travel reimbursement of at least $250 to attend the conference. Additional funds to defray the costs of attending are likely but are yet to be guaranteed.

The submission details are as follows:

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Sunday July 17 2022, 11:59 pm CST.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: Each paper submitted should be 4,000 words or less and prepared to be suitable and congenial for a 30 to 45-minute presentation. A 30-minute Q&A session will follow each presentation.

Please submit (i) your anonymized paper (the name of the file should be the title of your paper); and (ii) a cover letter including: your name, institutional affiliation, position at said institution, and email address, the title of your paper, and an abstract of no more than 300 words, to [email protected] by July 17 2022, 11:59 pm CST.

Authors of accepted papers will be notified between August 1 - 5. Any relevant questions should be directed to [email protected].

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