Category Archives: Call for Papers (CFP)

CFP: Tsing Hua xuebao on Chinese humanism

Tsing Hua xuebao will publish a special issue dedicated to Chinese humanism in 2022; please see below. English submissions are welcome.

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《清華學報》「漢學人學」專刊

《清華學報》擬於 2022 年 6 月出版「漢學人學」專刊,由國立政治大學哲 學系林遠澤教授客座主編。來稿請以中文或英文撰寫,中文稿限三萬字,英文 稿二萬字。體例請參考本刊「徵稿簡章」及「撰稿格式」。徵稿說明如下:

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CFP: Philosophy in Times of Crisis – Theoretical Perspectives East and West

Call for Papers: International Summer School

Philosophy in Times of Crisis – Theoretical Perspectives East and West

August 9th – 14th 2021, University of Tübingen

The summer school aims to bring together leading experts and junior scholars from the fields of social and political theory as well as Chinese philosophy. Our starting point is the frequently proclaimed crisis of liberalism which is often taken to affect the very heart of Western political values and identity. At the same time, public debate frequently points to Chinese Philosophy as a rival approach in political theorizing. It is our goal to move away from such an antagonistic framing. Rather, we aim to explore what resources thinkers from east and west have to offer in times of crisis.

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CFP: Open Peer Commentaries: Australasian Philosophical Review

Theme: Moral psychology—insights from Chinese Philosophy
Lead Author: Shun Kwong-loi “Anger, Compassion, and the Distinction between First and Third Person”

Curator: Loy Hui-chieh
Invited commentaries from: Michael Slote, Chan Sin-yee, R. Jay Wallace, David Wong
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The APR is seeking proposals for open peer commentaries on Shun Kwong-loi “Anger, Compassion, and the Distinction between First and Third Person”

Proposal abstracts should be brief (200-500 words), stating clearly the aspects of the lead article that will be discussed, together with an indication of the line that will be taken. More details are available on the APR website, https://www.aap.org.au/APR/

Abstract submissions are due on 30 November 2020. Invitations to write commentaries of 2000-3000 words will be issued on 14 December 2020. Full-length commentaries will be due on 28 February 2021.

CFP: East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference

A message from the organizers of the East-West Center International Graduate Student Conference (ISGC):

We are excited to send out our third call for abstracts for the East-West Center’s student-led 20th annual International Graduate Student Conference, to be held in February 2021! The conference theme is Lei of Knowledge: Communicating Knowledge across Communities and Disciplines, and the geographic focus is the Asia-Pacific region. The deadline to submit an abstract and a non-technical summary for your paper presentation, poster talk, or any other format of presentation is October 9, 2020.

We look forward to connecting our many communities, in academia and beyond, through this year’s conference. Please circulate our call for abstracts to your contacts in as many offices and fields as possible!

Conference Information:

  • Venue: Hawai‘i Imin International Conference Center
  • Location: Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA
  • Dates: Thursday, February 11, through Saturday, February 13, 2021
  • Abstract Submission Deadline: October 9, 2020, 11:59 PM Hawai‘i Standard Time
  • Abstract Criteria: 350-word abstract (for review) and a non-technical summary (to be printed in the booklet) submitted to Submittable
  • Website: International Graduate Student Conference / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter
  • Contact Email: igscewc@gmail.com

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Call for submissions for the ISCP Group Panel at 2021 APA Central, New Orleans

Sent on behalf of Professor Jing Hu

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Dear Members and Friends of ISCP,

We would like to invite submissions for the ISCP Group Panel at the 2021 APA Central Division meeting in New Orleans, February 24 – 27, 2021. We welcome any submission relevant to Chinese philosophy and especially encourage junior scholars, international scholars, individuals who identify as minorities and otherwise under-represented individuals to apply. Please send the following information along with your abstract in word or pdf format to Jing Hu at jing.hu@concordia.ca by August 24, 2020.

1. Title of Paper
2. Name of Presenter
3. Presenter’s Affiliation and Contact Information
4. Paper Abstract (200-300 words, in attachment)

We look forward to hearing from you.
Best regards,
Jing Hu
ISCP liaison for APA-Central

CFP: ACPA at 2021 Pacific APA

Below is a Call for Papers from Association of Chinese Philosophers in America (ACPA).

We welcome scholars to submit individual and panel proposals to be considered for inclusion on two ACPA group sessions at the 2021 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 also encourage junior scholars, minorities, and otherwise underrepresented individuals to apply. Info on the Association of Chinese Philosophers in North America (ACPA) is available here.

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CFP: ISCWP Paper and Panel Proposals

The International Society for Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy (ISCWP) plans to organize one or two panels for the 2021 APA-Central Meeting (New Orleans, LA, Feb 24-27, 2021).  ISCWP invites proposals of panels or papers that promote in-depth engagement between Chinese and Western philosophy.  Proposals may be focused exclusively 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 all proposals to Sun Wei and Mercedes Valmisa: philosun2012@163.com, sunwei1977@gmail.com, and mvalmisa@gettysburg.edu by August 15, 2020.

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