CFP: APA Central, Early Modern Women and Dr. Martin Luther King

Submission deadline: September 15, 2018

Conference date(s):
February 20, 2019 - February 23, 2019

Go to the conference's page

Conference Venue:

Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, APA Central Division
Denver, Colorado, United States, United States

Topic areas

Details

Join us at the Central APA in Denver for a unique opportunity! For the first time, the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women is an affiliated group of the APA and is hosting its first APA session. This session will bring the philosophical arguments and themes of early modern women (especially on political theory and practice, theories of justice, oppression, normative theories, and philosophy of action) in conversation with those of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The content of the joint session is broadly construed, but with an eye toward contributions that draw from, or are indebted to, the work of early modern women and Dr. King. Differences and similarities will be discussed in view of historical and contemporary lenses. Contributions that integrate current political realities are especially encouraged.

Final paper presentations will be capped at a maximum of 20 minutes, and there will be sufficient time for audience feedback on each paper, and our session will emphasize dialogue among participants and session attendees.

Please send your working title and a brief abstract (200 words) to the program chair, Dwight Lewis, dwightlewis@mail.usf.edu, or session organizer, Jill Hernandez, at jill.hernandez@utsa.edu by September 15, 2018.

Supporting material

Add supporting material (slides, programs, etc.)

Reminders

This event has been submitted and is maintained by:

(University of Texas at San Antonio)

You should login and contact this user if you believe the information on this page needs updating.

If you judge that this event entry is inappropriate, please login and report it.