Call for Paper Abstracts
Concerned Philosophers for Peace
30th Annual Conference
Sheraton Raleigh Hotel
November 16th-18th, 2017
Civility, Nonviolent Resistance, & the New Struggle for Social Justice
Recent political events have ushered in a rise of nationalism not seen since the last century. Divisive rhetoric and populist agendas continue to proliferate around the globe. Moreover, misguided policies spanning criminal justice reform and the environment perpetuate systemic injustice. Exposing the normative discourse is important in understanding the context of these policies. This year’s CPP conference invites abstract submissions on the following topics (relevant topics to the mission of the CPP are welcome):
o Pluralism and identity
o Health care
o Gun violence
o Military-Industrial complex
o Protest movements (non-violent resistance, free speech)
o Police violence
o Surveillance state
– Mass migrations
o State violence
– Economic system
– Educational systems
– Environmental justice
– Criminal justice reform
Submission Guidelines: Please submit an abstract (no more than 500 words) to Amin Asfari at email@example.com by June 1, 2017. Please include your name, institutional affiliation, e-mail address and paper title in the body of your e-mail. Please use “CPP 2017 submission” in the subject line of your email.
Acceptance notices will be sent out to authors no later than July 15th.
Main Contact and Conference Information: Amin Asfari, firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference hotel/lodging: The conference will be held at the Sheraton Raleigh Hotel. A block of rooms are reserved for conference participants and it is requested that participants stay at the Sheraton. There will be a conference room rate of $129 per night. Further lodging details will be forthcoming.
Conference registration: The conference registration fee is $100. The registration fee can be paid at the conference. The option of pre-conference registration will be forthcoming.
Registration link: To reserve a room, please click here.
About CPP: Concerned Philosophers for Peace is the largest, most active organization of professional philosophers in North American involved in the analysis of the causes of violence and prospects for peace. For more information about the Concerned Philosophers for Peace, please visit our website: http://peacephilosophy.org/