Critical Reflections: An Undergraduate Conference
McPherson Lounge (Alumni Hall)
401 Sunset Avenue
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The Philosophy Department at the University of Windsor is Proud to Announce the 11th Annual “Critical Reflections: An Undergraduate Philosophy Conference”
All undergraduate students interested in participating are invited to submit a 200-400 word abstract for a 10-12 page paper (suitable for a 20 minute presentation). Presentations will be followed by a 10 minute question and answer period. Submissions from any area of philosophy are welcome. This is a great chance for undergraduate students interested in philosophical issues to gain experience showcasing their work and engaging with their peers.
“Critical Reflections” will be held in the McPherson Lounge of Alumni Hall at the University of Windsor on Friday March 31st, 2017. The deadline for submissions is February 17th, 2017. Notice of acceptance can be expected within a few days after the deadline. Abstracts will be chosen through blind review. All submissions should be entered through our conference website:
http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/essaysofsignificance/(Click “Submit Abstract”)
The conference website will be used to receive both undergraduate and graduate abstracts. For convenience, please indicate that you are an undergraduate student when submitting your abstract.
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Some funding may be available for assisting students with accommodation costs.
Following the Conference, a Keynote Address will be given by Dr. Peter Gratton (Memorial University). The title of his talk will be "The Reality of Place: Why Metaphysics Can't Think It"
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