Call for Papers for ISCWP Panels at the Pacific Division Meeting of APA, Seattle, April 4-7, 2012.

Dear ISCWP members:

The International Society for Comparative Studies of Chinese and
Western Philosophy
(ISCWP) plans to sponsor one or two panels at next
year’s Pacific Division Meeting of APA, which will be held in Seattle,
April 4-7, 2012. We hereby invite submissions.

Our Goal: We would like to encourage submissions of individual papers
that are comparative, as well as panels which combine philosophers
working primarily in Chinese traditions with those working primarily
in Western traditions, aimed at promoting more in-depth engagement
between the two groups. We have not stipulated any specific themes for
the panels, but would welcome suggestions.

: We continue to welcome non-ISCWP members to propose
papers to be included on an ISCWP-sponsored panel, or even propose a
panel that is related to the ISCWP’s aims, so please feel free to send
this notice to philosophers who might be interested even if they are
not ISCWP members yet. Of course, one is encouraged to join ISCWP!

Please send all submissions by September 14, 2011.

1. To submit a paper proposal, please provide a 250-300 word abstract.
The abstract needs to include the presenter’s name, institutional
affiliation, paper title, and email address.

2. To submit a panel proposal, please provide an overall abstract of
the panel topic of 250-300 words, including due justification. It must
include the following for each chair, speaker, and commentator on your

name as it is to appear in print
email address
paper title (for presenters)

3. You may submit a partial panel proposal – the earlier the better –
and ask for help in filling it out. We may help build panels based on
partial panel proposals received early in the process.

4. Announcement of papers and/or panels selected for presentation will
be made by late October.

5. Address all submissions and inquires to:

Yang Xiao

Prof. Yang Xiao
Vice-President of ISCWP

Associate Professor
Philosophy Department
Kenyon College
Gambier, OH 43022

Book Review Editor
Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy

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