The University of South Florida announces its 11th annual philosophy graduate student conference:
Resistance and Love After Foundationalism
We invite papers on the topics of resistance, love, and friendship, departing from the foundationalism of the Modern period. Our theme is to be interpreted broadly and pluralistically, and interdisciplinary papers are welcome. We encourage submissions from scholars in minority and marginalized groups.
Invited Keynotes: José Medina (Northwestern University); Elena Ruíz (Michigan State University)
Faculty Keynotes: Adriana Novoa (Department of History); Brook J. Sadler (Department of Humanities and Cultural Studies & Philosophy).
Guidelines: Provide a paper with an abstract of 100 – 250 words. Papers should be no more than 3000 words in length (excluding abstract, footnotes, and bibliography).
Papers must be prepared for blind review. Authors’ identifying information can be provided in the body of the submission email or in a separate, attached cover-page.
Use PDF or MSWord file types only (.pdf, .doc, or .docx).
Limit one submission per person.
Extended Deadline: 14 February, 2018
Send submissions to: email@example.com
- Social/Political Philosophy