Call for Papers: Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy IV

Keynote speakers
Prof Jeffrey McDonough (Harvard University)
Dr Emily Thomas (University of Groningen / Durham University)

Call for papers
Please send the abstract of your proposed lecture (on any topic relevant to early modern philosophy) to Dr Andrea Sangiacomo by October 15, 2016. The abstract must be no longer than 500 words, anonymized for the sake of blind reviewing and sent as a .docx file (please do not use pdf format). The author’s name and contact information (name, affiliation, email and professional status – doctoral student; postdoc; lecturer; etc.) should also be specified in your e-mail message.

The abstracts will be peer-reviewed and you will be notified of the outcome of the review by December 20. We will do our best to send the reviewers’ reports to all participants in order to provide useful feedback on the abstracts.

There are no registration fees. Attendance is free and all listeners are welcome. No financial help, however, can be provided to support travel expenses and accommodation.

Contact
Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl)

Further Info here

CfA: Southwest Early Modern Seminar 2017, Reno, Nevada

Call for Papers

Papers on any subject in early modern (pre-Kantian) philosophy are welcome for presentation.  Reading times should not exceed 40 minutes.
Abstracts of no more than 750 words should be sent to Mary Domski atsouthwestseminar@gmail.com by Friday 15 July 2016.  Abstracts should be prepared for blind review and sent in either .doc or .rtf format.  If you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your abstract within a week, please resubmit or contact the organizers.  The program for the Southwest Seminar will be announced by early October 2016.

Invited speaker: Jacqueline Taylor (University of San Francisco)

Further information in the link below:

http://www.unm.edu/~mdomski/swseminar17.html

CfA: Scottish Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (St. Andrews)

May 5-6, 2016
Scottish Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
University of St. Andrews
St. Andrews, Scotland
Keynote speakers: Sylvana Tomaselli (Cambridge), Matthew Daniel Eddy (Durham)
The SSEMP IV is the seventh edition of a yearly event that brings together established scholars, young researchers and advanced graduate students working in the field of early modern philosophy. The aim is to foster scholarly exchange among the different generations of academics in the UK and to strengthen international collaboration. We welcome abstracts on any topic in pre-Kantian early modern philosophy (broadly defined, ranging from late Renaissance philosophy to the Enlightenment.) We particularly encourage proposals that consider early modern philosophy in relation to other related disciplines, such as theology, politics, intellectual history and/or the history of science. Presentations should be in English and approximately 45 minutes in reading length. We make an effort to assure a reasonable gender balance.
The SSEMP awards a Graduate Student Essay Prize which this year, as in previous years, is funded by the British Society for the History of Philosophy. The prize includes an invitation to present the essay at the SSEMP and a bursary of £200 towards travel and accommodation. The bursary cannot be used for any other purpose. Submissions to the essay competition should include: (1) name, affiliation, name and email of supervisor, and personal contact information; (2) the complete essay (max. 6000 words, including notes). Everything should be gathered in a single pdf or word file. Deadline for submissions is 15 January 2016. They should be sent by email to Mogens Lærke. Those who wish to submit a proposal both as a complete text for the essay competition and as a short abstract for the regular programme are free to do so.
Abstracts for the regular programme (approx. 300 words, abstract and contact information in a single pdf or word file) should be sent by email to Mogens Lærke. Graduate students submitting to the regular program should include contact information for one referee (typically the supervisor.) The deadline for submission of abstracts is 15 January 2016. Due to very high numbers of submissions we can no longer undertake to respond individually to all of them. Applicants who have not been contacted by 15 February should consider their submission declined. Please note that the SSEMP cannot provide funding for travel or accommodation for speakers.
Website.
Contact: Mogens Laerke.

CFP Bucharest Colloquium in Early Modern Science

Deadlina: September 10th

When: November 6-7, 2015
Where: Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Bucharest & The Center for the Logic, History and Philosophy of Science, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest

Invited speakers:
Daniel Garber (Princeton University)
Paul Lodge (University of Oxford)
Arianna Borrelli (Technical University, Berlin)

We invite papers by established and young scholars (including doctoral students) on any aspects of early modern philosophy/early modern science. Abstracts no longer than 500 words, to be sent to Doina-Cristina Rusu (dc.rusu@yahoo.com ) by September 10. Authors will be notified by September 15.

Contacts: Dana Jalobeanu (dana.jalobeanu (at) celfis.ro) and Doina-Cristina Rusu (dc.rusu(at)yahoo.com ).

CFA: Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy III

Where: Eramus University Rotterdam

Deadline: 1 December 2015

When: 24-25 March 2016

Link: http://www.rug.nl/filosofie/news/events/3rd-dutch-seminar-in-early-modern-philosophy

Further Info:

Please send the abstract of your proposed lecture (on any topic relevant to early modern philosophy) to Dr. Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl) by December 1. The abstract must be no longer than 500 words, anonymized for the sake of blind reviewing and sent as a .docx file (please don’t use pdf format). The author’s name and contact information (name, affiliation, email and professional status – doctoral student; postdoc; lecturer; etc.) should also be specified in your e-mail message.

The abstracts will be peer-reviewed and you will be notified of the outcome of the review by January 30. We will do our best to send the reviewers’ reports to all participants in order to provide useful feedback on the abstracts.

There are no registration fees. Attendance is free and all listeners are welcome. No financial help, however, can be provided to support travel expenses and accommodation.

CFA: Southwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy

Where: University of California at Riverside (UCR), Riverside-CA, USA

Deadline: 30 July 2015

When: 27 February 2016

Link: http://www.unm.edu/~mdomski/swseminar16.html

Further Info:

Papers on any subject in early modern (pre-Kantian) philosophy are welcome for presentation.  Reading times should not exceed 40 minutes.

Abstracts of no more than 750 words should be sent to Mary Domski atsouthwestseminar@gmail.com by Thursday 30 July 2015.  Abstracts should be prepared for blind review and sent in either .doc or .rtf format.  If you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your abstract within a week, please resubmit or contact the organizers.  The program for the Southwest Seminar will be announced by early October 2015.