From the Editors
- “Editors’ Introduction: What Is It Like to Be a Philosopher of Asian Descent?,” A. Minh Nguyen and Yarran Hominh
The latest APA Newsletter on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies has been published and is available here. The contents:
From the Guest Editor
“The Timeliness of Translating Chinese Philosophy: An Introduction to the APA Newsletter Special Issue on Translating Chinese Philosophy,” Ben Hammer
“Preparing a New Sourcebook in Classical Confucian Philosophy,” Roger T. Ames
“The Impossibility of Literal Translation of Chinese Philosophical Texts into English,” Tian Chenshan
“Translating Today’s Chinese Masters,” Dimitra Amarantidou, Daniel Sarafinas, and Paul J. D’Ambrosio
“Three Thoughts on Translating Classical Chinese Philosophical Texts,” Edward L. Shaughnessy
“Introducing Premodern Text Translation: A New Field at the Crossroads of Sinology and Translation Studies,” Carl Gene Fordham
The ISCWP has published its January, 2020 Newsletter here. This issue features updates from the society’s members on their various activities and a listing of conference panels organized by the society for the 2020 divisional meetings of the APA.
Are you a scholar of one or more Asian philosophy? Are you interested in giving lectures, participating in conferences, contributing articles/book chapters/book reviews, or having your books reviewed? Are you willing to help other philosophers integrate Asian philosophies into their teaching and research? If you answer yes to any of these questions, the APA Committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies wants to hear from you!
Please click link below to fill out a short Google forms survey. It should only take a minute or two and your information will not be shared beyond those working on APA initiatives.
APA List of Scholars of Asian Philosophies: https://forms.gle/5Rqwo868mF1WL78aA
If you have comments or questions feel free to email Brad Cokelet at bradcokelet[at]ku.edu
APA Newsletter on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies
From the Guest Editor
“Buddhist Philosophy Worldwide: Perspectives and Programs,” Rafal Stepien
Submission Guidelines and Information
“Buddhist Philosophy in Australian Universities,” John Powers and Leesa S. Davis
“Buddhist Philosophy, and Eastern Philosophy in General, in Israel and Palestine,” Roy Tzohar
“Buddhist Philosophy in the Kathmandu Valley,” Karin Meyers
“Buddhist Philosophy in Poland: Legacy and Prospects,” Jakub Zamorski
“Study of Buddhist Philosophy in Sri Lanka,” Asanga Tilakaratne
“Buddhist Philosophy in Two Japanese Cross-Philosophical Approaches,” Shinya Moriyama
“Sanskrit-based Buddhist Philosophy in China Today,” He Huanhuan
“Teaching Buddhism as Philosophy,” Zhihua Yao
“Preserving the Four Noble Truths at the Heart of Buddhist Pedagogy,” Joseph McClellan
“Sailing against the Current: The Buddha, Buddhism, and Methodology,” Hari Shankar Prasad
Are you interested in one or more Asian Philosophy? Would you like help integrating Asian Philosophies into your teaching, reading, or research plans? Would you like to hear more talks by specialists? Would you like to know about events and opportunities to chair/comment?
If you are a graduate student or faculty member and you answer yes to any of these questions, the APA Committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies wants to hear from you!
We want to help people like you gain access to opportunities, resources, and useful information. Please click on the appropriate link below to fill out a short Google forms survey. It should only take a few minutes.
Graduate Student Interested in Asian Philosophies (https://forms.gle/RbG51qQS1KimPoTHA)
Faculty Member Interested in Asian Philosophies (https://forms.gle/GWxRjacLNDmRCdY18)
If you have comments or questions feel free to contact Brad Cokelet: bradcokelet[at]ku.edu
You are cordially invited to submit an abstracts for International Society for Chinese Philosophy (ISCP) panels at the American Philosophical Association Meeting, Pacific Division which will take place at the Westin Bayshore, in Vancouver Canada, from April 17 to April 20, 2019.
ISCP will organize two sections on the topics/themes related to Chinese philosophy and comparative philosophy.
Please send your submission to Robin Wang at email@example.com by October 1, 2018. APA Pacific has a policy of first-come, first service so ISCP will need to submit the panels in a due time. Your submission should include following information in this order:
- affiliation (and state/province or country of affiliation)
- paper title (where appropriate) in Title Case
Thank you for your consideration and see you in Vancouver!
The board of ISCP
Deadlines are upcoming for two APA grant opportunities possibly relevant to readers…
June 30 — Application deadline for Small Grant and Diversity & Inclusiveness funding
Each year, the APA’s small grant fund, financed by the Eastern Division, makes up to $25,000 in grants of normally no more than $5,000 each. The board of officers considers applications for these grants each year at its fall meeting in November. See past projects supported by the small grant fund.
In keeping with its mission and goals and the association’s longstanding commitment to addressing philosophy’s serious lack of demographic diversity, the APA board of officers has committed up to $20,000 in the 2018–2019 academic year to fund initiatives focused on this important issue.
The APA awards a prize for “Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs.” It seems to me that a department that has gone out of its way to diversify the philosophical traditions it teaches and on which its members do research would be worthy of such a prize, though so far this has not happened (see the list below). Any suggestions of a program worthy of nomination?
The American Philosophical Association (APA) and the Philosophy Documentation Center (PDC) invite nominations for the 2018 Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs. The deadline to submit nominations is June 30.