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SACP Call for Papers - AAR Annual Meeting
November 22-25, 2014
San Diego, CA


Deadline for Abstracts and Proposals: April 30, 2014

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

It is already the end of March 2014. Herewith please find the Call for Papers for the two SACP panels offered at the annual meeting.

For an individual paper proposal, please send in your abstract of no more than 300 words, accompanied by your name and your e-mail address, to michiko.yusa@gmail.com by April 30. For a panel proposal, please send in your abstract of 300 words of the panel as a whole, as well as 150-word description of each paper, accompanied by the name and the e-mail of each presenter, to the same g-mail address, by April 30.

Wishing you a very pleasant spring season. With all the best wishes,

Yours,

Michiko Yusa
SACP Program Chair for the AAR




Calls for Papers

Indiana Philosophical Association
October 17-18, 2014
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne


Deadline for Submissions: August 01, 2014

Indiana Philosophical Association
Fall 2014 Meeting, 17-18 October
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW)
Keynote Speaker
Robert Brandom
University of Pittsburgh
This meeting is being held jointly with the Hegel, Analytic Philosophy, and Formal Logic conference.

Our Call for Papers is available here in PDF.

Call for Papers
Papers in any area of philosophy are welcome. Submitted papers should be (i) no more than 3000 words, (ii) prepared for blind review, and (iii) accompanied by a separate page that includes title, author information (name, affiliation, and contact information), and an abstract not exceeding 150 words. Materials should be submitted to Prof. Kris Rhodes at . Suggestions for commentators and sessions chairs (including self-nominations) are also welcome. This conference is being held jointly with the "Hegel, Analytic Philosophy, and Formal Logic" conference. Individuals are asked not to submit their work to both conferences.

In an effort to draw more diverse submissions, the IPA will host four Special Sessions. They will address respectively

Asian Philosophy
Feminist Philosophies
Environmental Philosophy
Hegelian Philosophy of Science

If you are applying for a special session, please indicate so in your e-mail and on your cover page.

Graduate Paper Prize
The IPA will present an award to the best paper submitted by a graduate student. The award will be accompanied by a cash prize of $100. Graduate student papers submitted for the competition should be identified as such on the title sheet.

Deadline for Submissions: 1 August 2014
Deadline for Notifications: 1 September 2014




Calls for Papers

SACP Sessions at the Central Division, American Philosophical Association
February 18-21, 2015
St. Louis, Missouri (Hilton St. Louis at The Ballpark)


PROPOSALS: SACP members are invited to submit an individual paper or a full panel proposal by providing the following information.

1) Name of panel topic and/or individual papers/presentations.
2) Name of individual presenter (each presenter in the case of a panel) with institutional affiliation, phone, fax, and e-mail address.
3) Abstract of individual paper of no more than 200 words. A panel abstract should contain general theme of the panel and basic focus of each component paper.
4) In the case of panels, provide name and the following information on Panel Chair/Organizer and any Discussant: institutional affiliation, phone, fax, and e-mail address.

Send proposals by email on or before Monday, September 15, 2014 to the address below. In the subject line, please include “Paper [Panel] Submission for SACP at APA, Central”.

Dr. Ronnie Littlejohn, SACP Program Chair for APA, Central
Department of Philosophy
Belmont University
ronnie.littlejohn@belmont.edu

Please note: SACP is not able to provide audio-visual resources for panel and individual presentations in its sessions. Accordingly, if you desire to use such resources (e.g., laptops and LCD projectors), please plan to bring them with you, set them up, and insure that all features function appropriately for your presentation.

DUES: Conference session participants are required to be BOTH SACP members and to register for the APA Central meeting. See the APA's web site at http://apaonline.org/ for more information. The membership form for SACP may be obtained at the SACP website.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Information about the 2015 Central Division meeting will be published in the APA Proceedings and online at http://apaonline.org/






Calls for Papers
SACP Call for Papers – SAAP Annual Meeting
March 5 -7, 2015
Grand Rapids, Michigan


Deadline for paper and panel proposals: September 15, 2014

The Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy has received an invitation from Professor Erin McKenna of Pacific Lutheran University to present a panel on Asian and American philosophy at next year's annual Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy meeting to be held at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Individual paper proposals of 200 – 300 words in length or an entire panel proposal, which includes a panel abstract of about 200 words, the names and institutional affiliations of the presenters of the panel, and then each of their paper titles accompanied by individual paper abstracts of 200 – 250 words each. Abstracts can be sent to dberger@siu.edu

You are welcome and encouraged to submit individual paper abstracts to the SAAP that involve some sort of comparative project on traditions or thinkers of Asian and American philosophy that are not connected to this panel. The deadline for individual paper abstracts is September 1st, 2014, and you may find submission information at the SAAP website (http://american-philosophy.org/events/annual_meeting.htm). This announcement is, by contrast, a special Call for Proposals for a feature panel of SACP at SAAP, and we will be granted only one such panel.

Doug Berger
President, SACP

Calls for Papers

SACP PANELS - APA PACIFIC DIVISION
April 1-5, 2015
Vancouver, BC (Westin Bayshore)


The Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy invites submissions to be considered for inclusion in panels at the upcoming APA Pacific Division Meeting. Submissions focusing on any area of Asian and/or Comparative philosophy will be considered. Both individual papers and completed panel proposals are encouraged.

REQUIRED (for each paper proposal):

1. Title of Paper
2. Name of Presenter
3. Presenter’s Affiliation
4. Presenter’s e-mail address
5. Approximately 200-word Paper Abstract

REQUIRED (for each panel proposal):

1. Title of Panel
2. Title of each Paper
3. Name of each Presenter
4. Affiliation of each Presenter
5. E-mail address of each Presenter
6. Approximately 200-word Paper Abstract for each Paper
7. Name and Affiliation of Panel Chair

Please send each completed proposal as an e-mail attachment to Jim Behuniak (jbehunia@colby.edu) by September 5th, 2014. Please note that this is an earlier-than-usual deadline, as the APA is now awarding second panel sessions on a first-come-first-serve basis. Thank you.




Calls for Papers
SACP Call for Papers – SAAP Annual Meeting
March 5 -7, 2015
Grand Rapids, Michigan


Deadline for paper and panel proposals: September 15, 2014

The Society of Asian and Comparative Philosophy has received an invitation from Professor Erin McKenna of Pacific Lutheran University to present a panel on Asian and American philosophy at next year's annual Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy meeting to be held at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Individual paper proposals of 200 – 300 words in length or an entire panel proposal, which includes a panel abstract of about 200 words, the names and institutional affiliations of the presenters of the panel, and then each of their paper titles accompanied by individual paper abstracts of 200 – 250 words each. Abstracts can be sent to dberger@siu.edu

You are welcome and encouraged to submit individual paper abstracts to the SAAP that involve some sort of comparative project on traditions or thinkers of Asian and American philosophy that are not connected to this panel. The deadline for individual paper abstracts is September 1st, 2014, and you may find submission information at the SAAP website (http://american-philosophy.org/events/annual_meeting.htm). This announcement is, by contrast, a special Call for Proposals for a feature panel of SACP at SAAP, and we will be granted only one such panel.

Doug Berger
President, SACP






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