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ASCP Annual Conference 2019 - UniMelb - 4-6 Dec

ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE AUSTRALASIAN SOCIETY FOR CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY 2019

University of Melbourne, 4-6 December 2019

https://www.conferences.com.au/2019ascp/

We invite proposals for papers, panels, and streams for the 2019 ASCP conference, which will be held at the University of Melbourne from the 4th to the 6th of December, with a postgraduate and ECR day on the 3rd. We seek papers on topics relevant to Continental philosophy, broadly defined. We particularly encourage submissions from members of groups who are traditionally underrepresented in philosophy. We welcome the participation of postgraduate and early career researchers.

Abstracts must be submitted through the submission portal by FRIDAY 27th of SEPTEMBER; presenters can request a 30 or 45-minute slot. Panel organisers must submit all information - titles, abstracts, speaker details - on behalf of participants (this can be done by selecting ‘Panel proposal’ as the presentation type). The submission portal can be found here: https://www.conferences.com.au/2019ascp/

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

- Rebecca Comay (University of Toronto)

- Martin Hägglund (Yale University)

- Samantha Matherne (Harvard University)

There will be a plenary panel on the work of Justin Clemens (University of Melbourne)

 

JOHN DALTON MEMORIAL BURSARIES:

The Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy provides a bursary for a limited number of conference participants who are either students or under-employed early career academics, in recognition of the significant contribution of these members of the ASCP. The bursary is named for a dear colleague and founding member of the ASCP who died in 2016.

Please note the following requirements must be met to be eligible for the bursary:

  • Australasian residency (defined as: Australia, New Zealand, PNG, South Pacific islands)
  • Current status as a Higher Degree (PhD or Research Masters) or under-employed Early Career Researchers

The Application deadline is now passed.

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

  • Andrew Inkpin
  • Knox Peden
  • Marilyn Stendera

 

SPONSPORS:

  • The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies (Melbourne)
  • The Barry Taylor and David Lewis Philosophy Fund (Melbourne)
  • The Research Unit on Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Contemporary Culture (Melbourne)

 

 

 

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