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12th Arché Graduate Conference – postponed
May 23 - May 24
This year, the University of St Andrews and the Arché Philosophical Research Centre will be hosting the 12th Arché Graduate Conference, running from the 23th to the 24th of May 2020. The Arché Graduate Conferences are international events gathering the most ambitious and talented postgraduate researchers from all over the world. Within two full days, six postgraduate students and two keynote speakers will deliver high-quality talks in all the areas of Philosophy currently pursued at Arché, in the exciting environment of the University of St Andrews, internationally recognized as one of the top universities in the world.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers are Gillian Russell (UNC) and Karen Bennett (Rutgers). The Postgraduate Speakers will be updated before the end of January.
Provisional Programme (to be updated in January):
09:00-09:30 Registration and Coffee
09:30-11:00 Speaker 1
11:30-13:00 Speaker 2
14:30-16:00 Speaker 3
16:30-18:00 Keynote A
09:30-11:00 Speaker 4
11:30-13:00 Speaker 5
14:30-16:00 Speaker 6
16:30-18:00 Keynote B
Call For Papers : 12th Arché Graduate Conference
Conference Venue: Edgecliffe, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Topic Areas: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, Logic (and Philosophy of Logic), Metaphilosophy
The Arché Philosophical Research Centre is hosting the 12th Annual Arché Graduate Conference at the University of St Andrews on 23-24 May 2020. We invite graduate students to submit high-quality papers for presentation in the main Arché research areas, broadly construed. We especially encourage submissions from members of underrepresented groups in philosophy and papers that are aimed at a general philosophical audience. All accepted talks will receive a response from a member of Arché. We aim to provide a substantial travel bursary for all speakers, and offer free accommodation with a St Andrews graduate student.
Any graduate student (except those currently enrolled in the University of St Andrews).
Submissions should include an abstract with keywords (max. 250 words) and a paper no longer than 4,000 words (including foot- and endnotes, excluding the bibliography). Papers should be suitable for a presentation of around 40 minutes; must be authored (or co-authored) by current graduate students (limited to 1 submission per author); and be suitable for blind review. All submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submission is 15 January 2020.
For any further enquiries, please email email@example.com.