CFP: APA Central - Concerned Philosophers for Peace

Submission deadline: August 15, 2022

Conference date(s):
February 22, 2023 - February 25, 2023

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Conference Venue:

APA Central Division
Denver, United States


Concerned Philosophers for Peace

Co-sponsored by The Gandhi, King, Chavez, Addams Society

Call for Proposals, Group Session, Central APA

2/22/2023 to 2/25/2023

Hilton Denver City Center

1701 California Street

Denver, Colorado 80202

United States

Concerned Philosophers for Peace are requesting proposals to be included in our group session(s) at the Central APA Meeting in Denver, CO in February 2023. We welcome all high-quality research from professionals and Graduate students working in the areas of peace and nonviolence. Though all submissions will be considered, we are especially interested in papers that deal with:

1) Visions of Peace and Nonviolence in Popular Culture

Papers might focus on positive and/or negative visions of peace and nonviolence in movies, television, books, music, etc., and should include some sort of analysis that relates to relevant peace and nonviolence movements and/or literature.  

2) Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Moral Thought on Peace and Nonviolence

Papers should explore Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s moral thought, especially in regard to peace and nonviolence. Welcomed topics include pacifism, racism, nonviolent resistance, moral formation, and moral decision-making.

Submit: an abstract (with bibliography) of no more than 500 words, prepared for blind review

Send to: Court Lewis ([email protected])

Write: “APA 2023 submission” in subject line

Deadline: August 15, 2022

Format: submit only files in .doc, .docx, or .pdf.

Include: name, institutional affiliation, e-mail address, and paper title in the body of your e-mail

Acceptance notices will be sent by September 1, 2022

About Concerned Philosophers for Peace

Concerned Philosophers for Peace is the largest, most active organization of professional philosophers in North America involved in the analysis of the causes of violence and prospects for peace. Concerned Philosophers for Peace is committed to an inclusive and productive environment where all can discuss the study of peace and nonviolence and how it impacts our social and political lives. More information at Concerned Philosophers for Peace website:, our Facebook page, and our YouTube channel.

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