Category Archives: Call for Papers (CFP)

CFP: PWOL Special Issue of AAPT Journal

Volume 6: Teaching Philosophy as a Way of Life (tentative title)

Edited by: Jane Drexler (Salt Lake Community College) and Ryan Johnson (Elon University)

American Association of Philosophy Teachers Studies in Pedagogy is a peer-reviewed annual journal dedicated to publishing thematically focused volumes of original works on teaching and learning in philosophy. The thematic volumes include a range of contributions, from practical advice to theoretical discussions. Contributions are welcomed from anyone teaching philosophy, including high school teachers, graduate students, new faculty, and tenured professors. The AAPT Studies in Pedagogy is soliciting original papers for consideration in our upcoming volume on Teaching Philosophy as a Way of Life broadly construed.

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CFP: On-line Conference of the International Society of East Asian Philosophy

International Society of East Asian Philosophy (ISEAP) On-line Conference
December 10-11 (Japan time)
Keynote Speakers:
Professor Philip J. IVANHOE (Georgetown University)
Professor Michiko YUSA (Professor Emerita, Western Washington University)Abstracts for individual papers and organized panels should be submitted to eastasianphilosophy@gmail.com by Oct 15, 2021 (Japan Time).

For more details, please see the attached flyer and kindly disseminate to those who may be interested.

CFP: EACS Young Scholar Award 2022

The Board of the European Association for Chinese Studies is pleased to announce the EACS Young Scholar Award (YSA). The purpose of this award is to encourage research in Chinese studies among young scholars, especially, but not exclusively, scholars studying and working at European institutions.
(See eligibility and submission info below)

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CFP: EACP online conference on Chinese Philosophy

The European Association for Chinese Philosophy (EACP) is hosting its first online conference on December 3rd 2021, in the theme of “Chinese Philosophy: Paths Between Convergence and Divergence” (more info here; deadline for submission October 31st).

We are particularly excited for the opportunity afforded by the online medium to get to know scholars of Chinese philosophy who cannot normally travel to Europe for our conferences. We strongly encourage the participation of junior scholars, women, scholars of color, and other groups who aren’t well represented in the fields of Chinese philosophy and Sinology.

I hope we’ll get to see many new faces and that many will get advantage of this opportunity to get to know our association.

You can write Mercedes Valmisa (mvalmisa@gettysburg.edu) and Selusi Ambrogio (selusi.ambrogio@unimc.it) with any questions or suggestions!

Mercedes Valmisa
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Gettysburg College
Secretary/Treasurer ACPA
Board EACP
mvalmisa@gettysburg.edu

 

 

 

CFP: Journal of Chinese Studies (no.73)

The latest issue of the Journal of Chinese Studies (no.73) has just been published by the Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Included in this issue are four articles and fourteen book reviews and spans 285 pages. Digital copies of articles and book reviews are available for download at Journal of Chinese Studies (cuhk.edu.hk).
See also the Journal’s official flyer here

CFP: ACPA at 2022 Pacific APA

We welcome scholars to submit individual and panel proposals to be considered for inclusion on two ACPA group sessions at the 2022 APA Pacific Division Meeting. We are open to submissions that engage with Chinese philosophy in a wide variety of ways and we are not specifying a theme for the group sessions prior to receiving proposals.   In addition to the quality of submission, the selection of papers for presentation will be based on how well they can be worked into a good session.  We particularly encourage junior, women, BIPOC, and other underrepresented scholars to apply. Info on the Association of Chinese Philosophers in North America (ACPA) is available here:  http://chinesephilosophersacpa.weebly.com

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CFP: Chinese Studies Association of Australia Conference

The Chinese Studies Association of Australia cordially invites proposals for its forthcoming biennial conference. Contributions addressing the conference theme, “Changing China: Then and Now”, are especially encouraged, though proposals on any area of Chinese Studies are welcome. Proposals may be for individual or joint papers or for panels. We look forward to putting together a wide-ranging, multi- disciplinary montage of the best research in Chinese Studies being done both in Australia and overseas.

The conference welcomes presentations in English and Chinese. Abstracts for individual papers (including papers for panels) and roundtables should not exceed 250 words.

This will be an in-person conference on the ANU campus. In the event that international travel remains impossible through 2021, we will aim for dual-delivery methods to accommodate on-line participation.

Closing date for submissions: 31 July, 2021 

Announcement of successful submissions: 31 August, 2021 

Please submit your abstract including paper title, authors’ affiliation and contact details, and a short bio (approx. 50 words) via this online form.

Please send any enquiries to: csaa.conference@anu.edu.au.

Further details will be updated at: http://www.csaa.org.au/call-for-papers-2021/

CFP: ISCWP at 2022 APA Central

The International Society for Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy (ISCWP) plans to organize one or two panels for the 2022 APA Central Meeting (Chicago, Feb. 23-26, 2022).  ISCWP invites proposals of panels or papers that promote in-depth engagement between Chinese and Western philosophy.  Proposals may be focused on only one of Chinese or Western philosophy, but it should be consistent with the mission of ISCWP.  Preference is given to constructive comparative engagements between Chinese philosophy and Western philosophy.

For panel proposal, submission must include the theme of the panel and the following for each chair, speaker, and commentator (optional) on your panel:

  1. Title of Paper
    2. Name
    3. Affiliation
    4. Email Address
    5. Abstract of 200-300 words (for presenters)

For paper proposal, submission must include the completed paper or a paper title and abstract of 200-300 words.

Please send proposals to Alexus McLeod (alexus.mcleod@uconn.edu), by August 15, 2021.

If you plan to attend the APA-Central Meeting and would like to volunteer to serve as a chair for a panel, please notify us of your willingness to do so.

Note on Academic Support Fund: In general, the ISCWP does not fund travel and related expenses.
Participants must secure funding via their institution or other means. However, thanks to the generosity of our members, we are in the process of building up an Academic Support Fund for early career scholars and scholars without stable and/or well-funded positions. If you would like to be considered for the Fund, please indicate so in your email. Although we would like to provide as much support as it is needed, resource allocation is not guaranteed and will be contingent upon availability of funds.