Daily Archives: December 31, 2012

Conference, Organization, and Journal: Comparing China and the West

Bringing the Disciplines Together

The International Association for Comparative Study of China and the West (IACSCW) invites proposals for presentations at its conference to be held in Beijing at Peking University from 12 to 14 July 2013. Its primary purpose is to bring together from all over the world individuals and organizations with an ongoing interest in comparing China and the West.

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New Journal: The Journal of Japanese Philosophy

The Journal of Japanese Philosophy aims to publish its first issue in the Spring of 2013. Here is a description from its website:

The Journal of Japanese Philosophy (JJP, hereinafter) is the first and only international peer-reviewed journal on Japanese philosophy, an academic area that has been receiving increasing global attention for some time now. By enhancing the quality of research through a worldwide, recognized consortium of scholars, this journal intends to provide an international platform for Japanese philosophy, and to further establish an academic status that other philosophical traditions such as Chinese and Indian philosophies already enjoy.

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CFP and Grad Student Essay Prizes for Conference on “Conflict and Harmony”

Conflict and Harmony: From Embodied Emotions to Global Realms
2013 Joint Meeting of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (SACP) and the Australasian Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (ASACP

The Joint Meeting of the SACP and the ASACP in 2013 will be held at the National University of Singapore. The conference theme, “Conflict and Harmony: From Embodied Emotions to Global Realms,” is designed to invite scholars representing Asian traditions of thought to present their research on the many ways in which philosophers of these heritages thematize the dynamics of conflict and harmony.

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