Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy

September 8, 2014 - September 10, 2014
Collegio Ghislieri

Aula Goldoniana
Piazza Ghislieri, 5
Pavia 27100

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  • University of Pavia, Department of Humanities, Philosophy Section
  • FINO: North-West Italy Philosophy Consortium


Maria Rosa Antognazza
King's College London
Emilio Mazza
IULM University (Milan)

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This two-day conference will bring together advanced students and scholars working on the History of Philosophy, with a chronological range spanning from Ancient Greece to 20th century included.
Collegio Ghislieri Graduate Conference is meant to offer graduate students an opportunity to present papers and exchange ideas, with each other and with distinguished academics of the field. The language of the seminar will be English. No registration fees are required. We intend to make our conference as accessible as possible, and welcome everyone interested in philosophy to our conference.

Graduate students (Master, PhD students and those who have defended their doctoral thesis not earlier than 2012) can submit proposals for papers of approximately 30 minutes. Accepted papers will be arranged into themed panels.
Participants will be offered accommodation and meals in the college. Unfortunately, we will not be able to cover travel expenses.
The submission deadline is June 28th, 2014.
Successful applicants will be notified by July 19, 2014.
Please send the following to gr[email protected] in .doc(x), .rtf, or .pdf format:
(1.) A cover letter containing the following information: (a) author's name (b) institutional
affiliation (c) contact information, (d) title of the paper, (e) the topic area, or areas, of the paper.
(2.) The title and abstract (around 500 words) of the paper. This should be prepared for blind refereeing i.e. showing no information identifying the author or the author's institutional affiliation.

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