Eric Schwitzgebel has published an Op-Ed in the LA Times entitled “What’s Missing in College Philosophy Classes? Chinese Philosophers.” If you are interested in more details about this subject, be sure to look at Brian Bruya’s article in the latest issue of Dao, “The Tacit Rejection of Multiculturalism in American Philosophy Ph.D. Programs: The Case of Chinese Philosophy.”
There is information here about an upcoming book presentation related to a new book by Eugenio Chang-Rodríguez, Diásporas Chinas A Las Américas. The book aims “to highlight the cultural and philosophical contributions of the Chinese migrants and their descendants to the nations of the Americas and the Caribbean. In this volume, Chang-Rodríguez expands his previous publications on Chinese culture, especially on its philosophical currents and their influence on Chinese migrants.”
The book Literary Forms of Argument in Early China, edited by Joachim Gentz and Dirk Meyer, has been published by Brill. A Table of contents is available here.
The Call for Papers for the 226th Annual Meeting of the American Oriental Society in 2016 has been published:
The national meeting will take place from Friday, March 18, to Monday, March 21, 2016, in Boston, MA. The deadline for the submission of abstract and attendant forms is October 15, 2015.
Graduate students who expect to apply for Graduate Student Award Fund support must indicate their intention on the Announcement of Communication form. Only those applicants who so indicate in advance on the form will be eligible to compete for the award of funds. For more information on the “Graduate Student Award for Travel to the Annual Meeting” see: