Graduate Conference in Valencia, Jan 12-13, 2009
Just got this from Adrian:
XI Taller d’Investigació en Filosofia
UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, 12-13 JANUARY 2009
Call for papers
This call for papers is addressed to graduate students and doctors in philosophy who finished their PhDs during the last 3 years.
All submitted papers must be in English, Catalan or Spanish; and must be on philosophical issues. However there will be no further restrictions as regards topics or areas in philosophy. Accepted papers will be presented at the workshop (45 minutes) followed by a commentary (15 minutes) and an open discussion (30 minutes). There are two ways of participating in the workshop, as a speaker or as a commentator.
Authors should send their papers or, alternatively, a summary in between 1000 and 1500 words (where the thesis defended and the arguments backing them up should be clearly stated) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Papers and summaries should be arranged for blind refereeing. On a separate sheet of paper the authors will include their full name, e-mail address, title of their contribution and university or institution to which they belong. The selection will be carried out by the members of our scientific committee.
Those interested in participating as commentators should send their data (name, e-mail address, institution and a short CV) to email@example.com. A description of the main areas of philosophy they are interested in will also be required.
Submitted papers will be accepted until the 26th September 2008. The result of the selection process will be communicated to the authors before the 24th of October 2008. Speakers must send the final version of their papers before the 21th of November 2008.
The TIF XI is organized by Alejandro Fontcuberta and Sergi Rosell, and supported by Phrónesis – Analytic Philosophy Group, with the collaboration of Càtedra Josep Lluís Blasco de Filosofia i Ciutadania of the Universitat de València.
or writing to Sergi Rosell and Alex Fontcuberta at firstname.lastname@example.org