(Rescheduled) Scots Philosophical Association Annual Meeting and AGM 2021

January 14, 2022
Philosophy, University of Glasgow

67-69 Oakfield Avenue
Glasgow G12 8QQ
United Kingdom


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Founded in 1900 as the Scots Philosophical Club, the Scots Philosophical Association (SPA) is the professional association of philosophers in Scotland. Its primary purpose is to promote the study and teaching of philosophy in Scotland. This is achieved through the organization of an annual meeting, the sponsorship of conferences and workshops, the sponsorship of fellowships (including the annual SPA Centenary Fellowship), and the provision of grants to philosophy departments (which fund seminars, faculty travel, and postgraduate activities).   The SPA is the joint owner of the Philosophical Quarterly.

The 2021 SPA Annual Meeting and AGM is hosted by the University of Glasgow. The event will be online, via Zoom. Registration is free (via Eventbrite link below) and open to all.

We are delighted to have papers given by Dr Jennifer Smalligan Marušić (University of Edinburgh), Dr Steph Rennick (University of Glasgow), Professor Elizabeth Barnes (University of Virginia).

SPA Annual Meeting 2021

3rd December 2021  rescheduled: 14th January 2022

University of Glasgow (via Zoom)

Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/201685515807 

09:30  - 11:00 Jennifer Smalligan Marušić


11:15 – 12:45 Stephanie Rennick


14:00 – 15:30 AGM of the Scots Philosophical Association


16:00 – 17:30 Elizabeth Barnes

Scots Philosophical Association Annual Meeting Schedule.docx 

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