CFP: 2022 Texas A&M University Graduate Student Philosophy Conference
Submission deadline: January 25, 2022
April 16, 2022
Department of Philosophy, Texas A&M University
College Station, United States
The philosophy graduate students at Texas A&M University are soliciting papers from graduate students in any area of philosophyfrom any tradition on any topic. We invite applicants to submit full papers at a maximum of 4000 words with a 200-250 word abstract. See further details below.
The conference will be held over the course of one day, in person, and will feature 6-8 graduate student presentations and one keynote address. The philosophy department at Texas A&M strives to cultivate a pluralistic and interdisciplinary academic community, fostering conversation between various traditions within the discipline of philosophy, as well as with scholarship in other fields of the arts and sciences. Thus, in lieu of an overarching theme, this conference will reflect and promote the pluralism embodied in Texas A&M’s philosophy department by accepting a range of papers from various traditions and topics. The conference is planned to take place during the duration of one day, with 6-8 participants and one keynote speaker, in order to provide the intimate, concentrated space best suited to quality discourse.
Information for submissions:
- Submissions should be full papers and no more than 4,000 words with a 200-250 word abstract. Please include a word count.
- Papers should be prepared for anonymous review. Please omit any self-identifying marks within the body of the documents.
- Authors must be current graduate students (Masters or PhD) in philosophy.
- Selected presenters will be given 30 minutes to present and will be assigned a commentator.
- Please submit your full paper by filling this form: by January 25, 2022
- Successful applicants will be contacted by February 15th, 2022.
- We plan to provide partial funding in the amount of $100.00 USD for all selected presentations.
- Send any questions to [email protected]
- This conference is organized by the graduate students of the Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University. The conference is supported by the Texas A&M University Department of Philosophy.