Upcoming Call for Papers
Nov 05, 2019 CFP-undergraduate philosophy journal -Stance
STANCE: an international undergraduate philosophy journal
Stance seeks original philosophical papers authored by current undergraduates
Stance’s anonymous, multiple peer-review process provides contributors with a professional learning experience.
The undergraduate students who compose the editorial board of Stance are trained in specific editorial skills including line editing, content evaluation,
professional communication, and independent research. Several reviewers examine each contributed paper, and every paper that is published will have met exacting “Revise and Resubmit” requirements.
The author of each paper is given constructive feedback, even the authors of papers that are rejected. We accept essays on a wide variety of topics to not only give students a chance to display
their work but also to give them an opportunity to see work that may be surprisingly different from their own.
Nov 11, 2019 → Feb 01, 2020CFP-Care Ethics Research Consortium Conference
Decentering ethics: Challenging privileges, building solidarities
University of Ottawa
October 29-31, 2020
Please send your abstract for peer review to abstractsCERC2020@gmail.com by Friday January 31st, 2020.
In the subject line, please type 'CERC proposal' and your last name. Individuals may only submit one proposal.
In your email, please include a brief biographical note (250 words max) with main research interests and institutional affiliation (if applicable).
Local organizers: Sophie Bourgault (University of Ottawa) and Fiona Robinson (Carleton University)
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.
Nov 11, 2019 → Feb 29, 2020CFP—philoSOPHIA—- Retro
With all the rage and uncertainty today, the current affect of the moment seems somewhat regressive – a falling back, pulling back, a sensation of perpetual déjà vu
accompanying a sense of setback. What happened to and is coming after the post-isms? Rather than going “forward” with all things post-modern, post-structuralist, post-racial,
post-feminist, post-political, etc., we seem to have turned, in part, to looking backwards, reflectively or not. This “feel” (temporal, affective) is about a directionality that is potentially
resurrectional or else just retraceable. The concept RETRO seems to capture those modes, moves, and moods.
Submission: by February 28 to receive full consideration