Posted by: Justin | April 1, 2010

Grad conferences

Two grad conferences:

Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference

October 22-23, 2010
> Keynote Speaker: Michael Bergmann (Purdue University)
> Commentator: Earl Conee (University of Rochester)
> Special Guest Speaker: Andrew Cullison (State University of New York at
> Fredonia)
> The philosophy department at the University of Rochester is proud to announce
> the Sixth Biennial Rochester Graduate Epistemology Conference, to be held
> October 22-23, 2010. We welcome submissions in the field of analytic
> epistemology, broadly construed. We also welcome hybrid epistemology papers
> which are also (partially) in the fields of ethics, the philosophy of mind,
> philosophy of language, philosophy of religion, or metaphysics.
> REQUIREMENTS: Papers should be no more than 3,000 words (approx. 12 pages),
> excluding notes. Submissions should also include a second sheet with an
> abstract (200 words or less). Papers should be suitable for blind review:
> include detachable cover page with the paper’s title, author’s name, mailing
> address, email, phone number, school affiliation, and word count; please omit
> any self-identifying marks within the body of the paper.
> DEADLINE: Papers must be received by July 31st, 2010.  Papers should be
> emailed as an attachment to conference organizer Kevin McCain at:
> Papers should be in a standard format; ‘.doc’ and ‘.pdf’ are


Virginia Tech Graduate Philosophy Conference


Keynote address by
Morehead Alumni Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
Chair of the Philosophy Department, UNC

Deadline:  September 20, 2010

Submissions for the 7th Annual Virginia Tech Graduate Philosophy Conference
are now being accepted. Papers in any area of moral philosophy are welcome.
Submissions must be maximum 4500 words and suitable for a 25-minute
presentation. Papers must be prepared for blind review and sent as PDF or
DOC attachments with no identification of authors or affiliations. Please
include a separate cover sheet with title, author name(s), 150-200 word
abstract, institutional affiliation, e-mail address, and phone number.
Local transportation and accommodation with VT graduate students is


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