Princeton Online Incubator Conference on Philosophy in the Islamic world

May 25, 2022 - May 26, 2022

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Online Incubator Conference on Philosophy in the Islamic world

hosted by Princeton University

The Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion (3PR) is pleased to announce a two-day online Incubator Conference on Philosophy in the Islamic world

to be held virtually (on Zoom) on Wed May 25 – Thu May 26, 2022

The Incubator is designed to workshop ideas at an initial stage to facilitate developing them into research papers. Abstracts of early works in progress and by early career academics are especially encouraged.  Each presenter will have 45 minutes: 15-20 minutes to present a new idea followed by a 25-30 minute discussion.

The Incubator conference will feature presentations on a wide range of topics related to Philosophy in the Islamic world and from many disciplines including philosophy, near eastern and Islamic studies, religion and theology, and history.

The language of presentation for the Incubator conference will be English.

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The Incubator on Philosophy in the Islamic world is hosted by “Building Collaborative Research Networks Across the Islamic Scholarly Tradition and Western Philosophy,” a project funded by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation.

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May 24, 2022, 5:00pm EST

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