The British Society for the History of Philosophy is having a three-day conference at the University of Sheffield, April 6-8 2017, and has just sent out a call for proposals.
Would any of our readers be interested in clubbing together with me to put together a proposal or two on logic?
Call for Papers
The British Society for the History of Philosophy invites scholars to submit symposium and individual paper proposals for its general conference. Symposia and individual papers are invited on any topic and any period of the history of philosophy.
Proposals for either symposia (3-4 thematically related presentations) or individual presentations (approximately 25-30 minutes) are welcome. Symposium submissions are especially encouraged.
Proposal Submission Deadline: 1 October 2016
Decision by: 1 December 2016
Submissions should be sent as an email attachment (in Word) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals for symposia should include:
– Title of symposium
– Symposium summary statement (maximum 500 words)
– Titles and abstracts of papers (maximum 500 words for each paper)
– Address of each participant, including e-mail, phone, and institution
– Name and email of symposium organizer, who will serve as contact person
If you are interested, comment below; depending on who is, we can decide on number of sessions/specific topics, and then think about specific abstracts, etc.