Friday, July 25, 2014

CFP: philoSOPHIA--Neolithic to Neoliberal: Communities Human and Non-Human

philoSOPHIA: A Feminist Society
9th Annual Meeting
May 14-16, 2015
Emory University
Atlanta, GA

The 9th annual meeting of philoSOPHIA will run from the evening of Thursday, May 14, to the evening of Saturday, May 16, 2015, at the beautiful Emory Conference Center Hotel.
Conference theme:
Neolithic to Neoliberal: Communities Human and Non-Human
Keynote speakers: Drucilla Cornell, Lisa Guenther, and Kelly Oliver
Plenary session: The Ethical Lives of Animals (co-sponsored by Emory’s Center
for Ethics). Two workshops for discussion of participants’ and organizers’
papers, with limited participation:
"Whose Community? Intersections of Gender, Race, Sex, and Nationality
in Kant and German Idealism" (with a focus on social and political
philosophy), led by Dilek Huseyinzadegan, Emory University
 “Fugitive Femininities” (with a focus on concepts of race, femininity and
sexuality within the context of narratives of capture and escape), led by
Rizvana Bradley, Emory University
Up to two graduate student travel prizes will be awarded for the best graduate
student papers
You may submit one of the following:
1. Individual abstracts of 500-700 words.
2. Panel proposals (500 words) with individual abstracts (500-700 words
3. Workshop paper abstracts (500-700 words). Please identify which
4. For those graduate students who wish to be considered for a travel
award, a complete paper (3000 words). Please also declare your status
as a graduate student in the body of your email.
Abstracts, panel proposals, workshop paper abstracts, and papers should be
submitted in an email attachment suitable for anonymous review. In the body of your email, please include your name, affiliation, contact information, and a
brief bio, along with the title of your presentation.
Please submit all proposals electronically to
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