The Public Philosophy Network (PPN), an organization dedicated to the support of publicly engaged philosophical teaching, research, and social action projects, is holding its second conference on March 14-16, 2013 at the Emory University Conference Center.
The deadline for paper and workshop proposals has passed–but it is not too late to get on the program!
Click here (http://publicphilosophynetwork.ning.com/page/public-phil-conference) for more information and to register for the conference and sign-up for workshops. Registrants who sign-up before January 15th will be listed in the conference program as discussants. Workshop sign-up is on a first come, first served basis, so register early!
And whether you can attend the conference or not, we encourage those of you who are interested in publicly engaged philosophy to join the Public Philosophy Network—it’s free and features on-line resources and networking opportunities! http://www.publicphilosophynetwork.org