Upcoming Call for Papers
Sep 13, 2019 → Nov 05, 2019FAB 2020: Call for Papers
The International Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB) is pleased to invite proposals for panels and papers for presentation at the 2020 World Congress (FAB 2020).
The FAB World Congress will be held from 17-19 June 2020 at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, PA, USA. FAB is affiliated with the International Association of Bioethics (IAB).
The final event of FAB 2020 will be a plenary session run jointly with IAB 2020. The 2020 IAB World Congress theme is Solidarity and Autonomy – Bridging the Tensions.
Deadline: November 4th
Sep 20, 2019 → Nov 16, 2019Call for Guest Editors Simone de Beauvoir Studies
Do you have an idea for an exciting theme that would make for an outstanding journal issue?
Simone de Beauvoir Studies (SdBS) is seeking a guest editor for its next Special Issue (SdBS 32.2, October 2021). The Editorial Team is especially interested in proposals for creative,
cutting-edge themes that promise to advance scholarship in a variety of disciplines and that speak to the most pressing issues of our time.
Deadline November 15th.
Sep 03, 2019 → Nov 16, 2019Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women’s and Gender Studies
Abstracts are due November 15, 2019
Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women's and Gender Studies
Title of Special Issue: racialization.spectacle.liberation.
Guest Editors: Chriss Sneed and S.M. Rodriguez
Initial abstracts should be roughly 400 words and must be accompanied by a 200-word biography. Early submissions are welcome.
We encourage submissions from people who identify as Subaltern, community organizers, activist-scholars as well as junior and senior academics. Invitations to submit a
paper will be based on a review of the abstracts received by the due date.
Sep 13, 2019 → Dec 31, 2019CFP-Social Philosophy today
Social Philosophy Today (SPT), a peer-reviewed forum for the philosophical discussion of contemporary social issues, is pleased to invite submissions for Volume 36 on the theme, Home: Sanctuary, Shelter, and Justice. We also welcome short “replies” to articles in the SPT archives.
The theme of Volume 36 is also the theme of the 2019 NASSP International Conference. Deadline December 31st 2019
Sep 18, 2019 → Jan 01, 2020Fifth Annual Reproductive Ethics Conference
The Alden March Bioethics Institute is excited to host it's Fifth Annual Reproductive Ethics Conference.
The controversies and challenges of reproductive ethics arise from new technologies, political and ideological divisions, theology and changing cultural norms.
The goal of this two-day conference is to explore and expand the range of topics addressed in reproductive ethics.
March 20-21 Albany N.Y.
Oct 08, 2019 → Jan 04, 2020Call for Papers:
BayFAP was founded in 2005 by Jacqueline Tayor (USF) and Ásta (SFSU), and modeled after our sister group, the Workshop on Gender and Philosophy (WOGAP),
which meets a few times per semester to discuss a pre-circulated paper. However, BayFAP faced distinctive logistical challenges. Participants who work and study at
different institutions across the Bay Area live far away from each other. Public transportation between the campuses is poor, and traffic is increasingly horrendous. As a result, attendance at
BayFAP suffered badly.
In response to this, we decided to change the format of BayFAP to an annual, workshop-style conference.
The conference will be modeled after the Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference and its descendants, the Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference
and the Midsummer Philosophy Workshop.
Sep 30, 2019 → Feb 02, 2020Simone de Beauvoir Studies, Featured Translation 2021
Call for Nominations SdBS Featured Translation 2021
Deadline: February 1, 2020
Do you want to recognize a text that has had the greatest impact on your thinking and has changed the ways that you read Beauvoir’s work or consider topics that are in conversation with her legacy
such as gender studies, sexuality studies, feminism, existentialism, political responsibility, literary theory, and so on?
Consistent with its mission of promoting international and cross-cultural exchange, Simone de Beauvoir Studies selects one article-length work per year that has
already been published and translates it into either English or French in order to emphasize its significance to the field and increase its readership.
The SdBS Featured Translation showcases writing of the highest quality, often authored by established scholars, full professors, or others who have produced exceptional work.