CFA: Second Annual NYU Philosophical Bioethics Workshop
Submission deadline: December 5, 2021
April 29, 2022 - April 30, 2022
Center for Bioethics, New York University
New York, United States
Call for Abstracts: Second Annual NYU Philosophical Bioethics Workshop
The New York University Center for Bioethics is pleased to invite submissions of abstracts for the Second Annual Philosophical Bioethics Workshop, to be held (we hope) in person at NYU on Friday & Saturday, April 29-30, 2022.
We are seeking to showcase new work in philosophical bioethics, including (but not limited to) neuroethics, environmental ethics, animal ethics, reproductive ethics, research ethics, ethics of AI, data ethics, public health ethics, pandemic ethics, gender and race in bioethics, and clinical ethics.
Our distinguished keynote speaker this year will be Professor Jeff McMahan, University of Oxford.
There will be five additional slots for papers chosen from among the submitted abstracts, including one slot set aside for a graduate student speaker. The most promising graduate student submission will be awarded a Graduate Prize, which includes an award of $500, and may include coverage of travel expenses, depending upon covid-related university policies at the time of the award. Please indicate in your submission email whether you would like to be considered for the Graduate Prize.
Please submit extended abstracts of between 750 and 1,000 words to [email protected] by 11:59 pm Eastern Time on Sunday, December 5, 2021. Abstracts should be formatted for blind review and should be suitable for presentation in 30-35 minutes. Notification of acceptance will take place via email by Friday, February 18, 2022.
When submitting your abstract, please also indicate whether you would be interested in serving as a commentator-chair in the event that your abstract is not selected for presentation. We will be inviting five additional participants to serve as commentator-chairs.
This year’s Philosophical Bioethics Workshop is organized by S. Matthew Liao, Daniel Fogal, Claudia Passos-Ferreira, Michelle Dyke, Michael Rabenberg, and Stephanie Beardman of the NYU Center for Bioethics.