International Association for Environmental Philosophy 2019
Duquesne University, The Pittsburgh Marriott, Pittsburgh, PA
- 19th Century Philosophy
- 20th Century Philosophy
- Philosophy of Religion
- African/Africana Philosophy
- Continental Philosophy
- European Philosophy
- Philosophy of the Americas
- Philosophy of Biology
- Philosophy of Science, Miscellaneous
- Applied Ethics
- Normative Ethics
- Social and Political Philosophy
- Value Theory, Miscellaneous
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CALL FOR PROPOSALS
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PHILOSOPHYTwenty-Third Annual Meeting November 2-4, 2019 Duquesne University, The Pittsburgh Marriott, Pittsburgh, PA
Following the 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP)2019 Keynote Speaker
Independent Author and Activist
Brilliant Imperfection: Body-Mind Restoration and Ecosystem Restoration
IAEP offers a forum for the philosophical discussion of our relation to the environment. We embrace a broad understanding of environmental philosophy including its affinities with other disciplines in the environmental humanities. We welcome diverse philosophical approaches, including philosophical work inspired by Continental philosophy, the history of philosophy, and American philosophy, as well as theoretically robust engagements with other disciplines or with environmental activism.
IAEP welcomes papers and panels in the following areas:
• environmental philosophy, environmental ethics, environmental aesthetics, ontology, philosophy of nature, etc.
• environmental political theory, environmental justice, postdevelopment/postcolonial theories, etc.
• environment and disability, ecofeminism, queer ecologies, indigeneity, race and environment, etc.
• environment and culture, ecocriticism, environment and affect, urban ecology, environment and technology, philosophy of architecture, environmental art and activism, environment and religion, etc.
• critical animal studies, animal ethics, animal rights theory, etc.
This year we especially encourage papers on redisability, sexuality, cure, embodiment, biodiversity, and the social impacts of conservation.
Paper proposals: P lease send a single-spaced Word document ( prepared for blind review) including a p roposal (500-600 words) PLUS a s hort abstract (75-100 words, for the conference program). The b ody of the email should include detailed contact information (including physical and electronic addresses), academic affiliation(s) of the author(s) AND whether you will require A/V equipment. (We cannot guarantee A/V equipment without this indication at the time of submission.)
Panel proposals (max. 3 papers): Please send o ne single-spaced W ord document ( prepared for blind review) including a title and a 350 – 500 word abstract for the panel followed by titles, proposals and short abstracts for each paper as described above. The body of the email should include contact information and affiliations for each author, plus an indication of whether A/V equipment is required. Paper proposals will also be judged individually and may be accepted individually without acceptance of the entire panel.
ALL SUBMISSIONS and E NQUIRIES s hould be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors may submit only one proposal for consideration. Papers previously published or under review for publication will not be accepted. Accepted authors must be members of IAEP and registered for the conference by September 15, 2019 or they will be removed from the program.
$250 PRIZE FOR BEST GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY: Students, please indicate in your email if you wish to be considered for this prize. If your proposal is accepted you will be asked for a complete paper (3000 words maximum, excluding notes) by Sept. 15. The winner will be announced during the conference.
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 2019. N OTICE OF DECISION: MID-MAY 2019.Information about IAEP and membership is available at w ww.environmentalphilosophy.org.
June 15, 2019, 9:00am EST