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It is time once again for the annual NordPhil student conference.
The 2021 edition will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, at Stockholm University (Frescati Campus) on the 5th to 6th of November 2021.
NordPhil is a platform for Nordic students to present and discuss philosophical topics and projects in an encouraging environment with their peers. This year's edition will consist of nine student speakers. The speakers will be selected from submitted abstracts by a blind jury consisting of PhD students at Stockholm University.
More information on how to apply for the conference can be found under our Call for Abstracts.
The submitted abstracts can be on any philosophical topic.
Each day will have a lunch, seminar and a dinner to allow the attendees to socialize and network. To attend these activities registration will be required.
Registration will be done by contacting us directly via email. If you are selected as one of the speakers, you will be automatically registered.
The speaker presentations will be open for the public and will not require any registration to attend.
All presentations and seminars will be held in English due to the international nature of the conference.
The last speaker of the conference will be professor of practical philosophy Gustaf Arrenhius, who is the director of the Institute for Future Studies.
This conference is planned to be held at location, however, if the situation with COVID-19 will not allow us to host a safe event, we will transform this conference to an online event. The situation will be updated accordingly.
Covid-19 Update 18-04-2021:
Stockholm University have decided to remain closed for gatherings larger than eight people until 31st of October. This means that the conference will be postpone until 5-6th of Novmeber.
(Original date was 1st - 2nd of October)
More information can be found at our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nordphil1/
Any questions or inquiries are directed to: [email protected]
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This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
August 31, 2021, 6:00pm CET