[csaa-forum] REMINDER CFP: Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy Conference 2017

Timothy Laurie Timothy.Laurie at uts.edu.au
Thu Jul 27 11:38:11 ACST 2017

REMINDER CFP: Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy Conference 2017

Dates: November 28 - December 1, 2017
Location: University of Tasmania, Hobart
Website: www.utas.edu.au/humanities/events/australasian-society-for-continental-philosophy-conference-2017

The 2017 annual conference of the Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy (ASCP) will take place at the University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay Campus, 29 November - 1 December, with a dedicated day for postgraduate development and the opening reception on 28 November. The ASCP provides a broad intellectual forum for scholars working within, or in communication with, European philosophical traditions. Its annual conference is the largest event devoted to continental philosophy in Australasia. For the 2017 conference, we seek to challenge commonplace understandings of the boundaries of scholarship in continental philosophy, with a particular focus on the role of feminist, postcolonial and ecological thought in transforming the key questions that drive philosophical inquiry.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

    Lewis Gordon (University of Connecticut),
    Sigi Jöttkandt (University of New South Wales),
    Marguerite La Caze (University of Queensland), and
    Elaine Miller (Miami University)

There will be a plenary panel on the work of Moira Gatens (University of Sydney).

Abstract Submission
Please submit a 250 word abstract and 50 word bio at: www.utas.edu.au/humanities/events/australasian-society-for-continental-philosophy-conference-2017. Please nominate in the abstract for your paper whether you would like a 45min timeslot (30min presentation, 15min Q&A) or 30min timeslot (20min presentation, 10min Q&A). If you wish to submit a 2 or 3 person Panel Proposal, simply upload a word document containing the 250 word abstracts, the details of presenters (names, email addresses, affiliations, bios) and a title for the panel.

ASCP welcomes all abstract submissions broadly in continental philosophy or associated fields. For those interested, you can also nominate a thematic stream for your submission (submissions outside streams are also welcome):

-          Topographies and Ecologies | Convenors: Larelle Bossi and Jeff Malpas
-          Dialogues | Convenors: Timothy Laurie and Hannah Stark
-          Hegel and German Idealism | Convened by the Australian Hegel Society
-          Precarity and Resilience | Convenors: Briohny Walker and Erin Hortle
-          Rights, Oppression, Exploitation | Convenor: Louise Richardson-Self
-          Art and Aesthetics | Convenor: Conference Organising Committee

More detailed descriptions of the streams are available on the website. For broad queries about abstract submissions, feel free to contact Hannah Stark (hannah.stark at utas.edu.au) and Timothy Laurie (timothy.laurie at uts.edu.au).

The ASCP awards a limited number of bursaries to assist postgraduate and under-employed academics to participate in the conference, in the case that they otherwise would not be able to attend. To be eligible for support, you will need to reside within Australasia (Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, Vanuatu, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, New Caledonia). When assessing applications, the ASCP committee may also take into consideration a range of factors including applicants' access to forums in which to present their work and stage of candidacy/career, as well as equity and diversity considerations.

Conference convenors: Hannah Stark and Timothy Laurie
Conference organising committee: Louise Richardson-Self, Briohny Walker, Erin Hortle, Larelle Bossi and Jeff Malpas

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