CFP: NordPhil 2021
Submission deadline: May 26, 2021
November 5, 2021 - November 6, 2021
Filosofiska Studentrådet, Stockholm University
It is time to apply for the upcoming Nordphil 2021 conference!
NordPhil is a platform for students to share ideas, network and develop their philosophical enterprise along with other Nordic student peers.
To apply to the conference you simply need to submit an abstract on a philosophical topic of your choice. The abstract should not be longer than 1500 words and present the subject or inquiry you wish to make a presentation on. This can be based on a bachelor thesis, master thesis or other philosophical work you wish to share with the world.
The abstracts will be submitted to a blind jury consisting of PhD students at Stockholm University. This means you have to submit your abstract along with a separate cover sheet where you write your name, affiliated university and level of study.
To be considered you have to be affiliated with a Nordic university, this means you have been an active student at a Nordic university during 2020 or later.
While students of any level can apply, from freshmen to PhD students, priority will be given to bachelor and master students.
These are the following guidelines regarding the abstract:
-A maximum of 1500 words
- Must be written in English
- The abstract cannot contain any identifying information regarding the author or affiliation
- Submit it as a PDF (This also goes for the cover sheet)
If your abstract is selected you will be invited to give a presentation on it during the NordPhil 2021 conference in Stockholm on the 5th to 6th of November.
You may submit as many abstracts as you wish, as long as they are on a different subject or inquiry, you can however only be selected for one presentation spot at the conference.
Submit your abstract and cover sheet to email@example.com
Deadline May 26th, 2021 at 23:59
More information can be found on our facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nordphil1/
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