North American Society for Social Philosophy, 32nd International Conference

Sep 16, 2014 Feb 06, 2015

Thirty-Second International Social Philosophy Conference Sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy

July 16-18, 2015
William Jewell College,
Liberty, Missouri, USA

Proposals in all areas of social philosophy are welcome, but special attention will be devoted to the theme:
Education and Social Justice

Some possible paper topics include:
• Education and moral psychology
• The public and private goods of education
• Education, meritocracy and equality of opportunity
• Teachers, students and power in the classroom
• The academy and epistemic injustice
• The politics of learning
• Segregation and education
• Education and parental partiality
• Histories of education philosophy
• The epistemology of testing
• Education and epistemologies of privilege and ignorance
• Intersectionality and education

We welcome submissions from both members and non-members, but we require that all presenters join the North American Society for Social Philosophy if their papers are accepted and if they present at the conference.

Please submit a 300 - 500 word abstract
Submission Deadline: February 1, 2015

The Program Committee:
Professor Matt Silliman of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (Chair),

Members of the Program Committee may be reached at NASSP

NASSP Support for International Presenters
The NASSP will waive fees for conference registration and for the banquet for those participants traveling from outside of the United States and Canada.

NASSP Conference Awards for Graduate Students

The North American Society for Social Philosophy has established the NASSP Awards for Best Graduate Student Papers to promote new scholarship in social philosophy and to encourage student participation in our Conference. The winners of the annual prizes each receive $300. The prizes are awarded only to conference attendees, though there is no obligation to use the money for conference-related costs. Any graduate student enrolled in a program towards a degree beyond the B.A. or first university diploma is eligible. The paper may address any topic in social philosophy. Papers should be no more than 3,000 words (include a word count with submission), and they should conform to the requirements set out by the APA for colloquium submissions to annual Divisional meetings.

Those who want to be considered for this award should send their full papers to NASSP – and they should also submit their abstracts at bit.ly/nassp2014 – by February 1, 2015

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