It was great to see many old friends, and meet new ones, at the 4th Rutgers Workshop in Chinese Philosophy. For those who were unable to attend, summaries of the papers and discussion will be forthcoming soon. In the meantime, enjoy these pictures :-).
Call for Papers: International conference “4 May 1919: History in Motion — A Political, Social and Cultural Look at a Turning Point in the History of Modern China”
Université de Mons, Belgium, 2 – 4 May 2019
Abstracts are expected before July 15, 2018. For more information, see here.
The 4th European Network of Japanese Philosophy (ENOJP) Conference at University of Hildesheim , Germany (Sept 5–8 2018)
Übergänge – Transitions – 移り渉り: Crossing the Boundaries in Japanese Philosophy
We encourage applicants to send in proposals for individual presentations or group proposals of 3 presenters to collaborate on a panel together. Papers dealing with the conference theme “Übergänge – Transitions – 移り渉り” are particularly welcome, but papers on other aspects related to Comparative & Japanese Philosophy will also be considered.
It is not necessary to adjust your presentation to the general theme in a very strict manner – we want to use the topic in a thought provoking rather than restrictive way! Please feel free to interpret the theme creatively. It is more important that you can give your presentation on a topic you are interested in than adjusting it to the general theme.
Deadline: April 30, 2018 (Abstract 250-500 words with 5–10 keywords & CV)
Conference Languages: English, German and Japanese
For more info: https://enojp4.wordpress.com/
2018 Annual Conference of ISCWP in China Call for Submissions
The International Society for Comparative Studies ofChinese and Western Philosophy (ISCWP) announces a call for abstracts for its 2018 conference, June 11-13 at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China.This is the first time that the annual conference of ISCWP will be held in China. Submissions, including abstract and title, should be sent to Alexus McLeod, ISCWP Vice President, at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1, 2018, though early submissions are encouraged. The board of ISCWP will invite about 20 presentations from the submissions. Presentations may be in English or Chinese. Lodging accommodations for speakers will be provided. Speakers unable to obtain travel support from their own institutions can apply for reimbursement from the conference committee. But given a limited budget, not every applicant will receive reimbursement. Questions concerning this conference can be directed to Guoxiang Peng, ISCWP President, at email@example.com (there is an underscore between peng and gx). For more information about the ISCWP, please visit www.iscwp.org
Though not yet a call for papers, which I will post here in due course, this initial announcement of the 2019 ISCP Conference should be of use as readers plan for next year.
ISCP 21st International Conference on Chinese Philosophy
Tuesday 2nd July- Friday 5th July, 2019
“Reality, Argumentation, and Persuasion: Metaphysical Explorations and Epistemological Engagements in Chinese Philosophy”
University of Berne, Institute of Philosophy, Switzerland
The Schedule for the 2018 Northeast Conference on Chinese Thought and Midwest Conference on Chinese Thought (being held together this year for various reasons) has been finalized. All panels will take place in Laurel Hall 205, at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
The Nathan Hale Inn on campus (http://www.nathanhaleinn.com) has reserved a block of rooms for the conference available at a discount rate. The block is reserved until March 29th. You can still get the discounted rate after this date with conference affiliation, but the block of rooms will not be saved after this date so it will be “as available.” [UPDATE: You have to call to get the conference rate, rather than book on-line. SECOND UPDATE: Panel listing revised with Chairs.]
The final program for the 2018 Rutgers Workshop in Chinese Philosophy is now on-line here, and also pasted below. Please note that (free) advance registration is required, and that spaces are filling up quickly (really — this isn’t just a sales pitch).
The Fourth Rutgers Workshop on Chinese Philosophy will take place on Friday, April 13. The format will be similar to the third workshop (held in 2016): scholars of Chinese philosophy have written essays engaging with contemporary Western analytic philosophy, and major figures in the latter tradition will respond to each paper. Initial information is here, and I will post updates here as more information becomes available.
The 2018 Austin J. Fagothey Philosophy Conference — Value: East & West
February 10, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PST
Williman Room, Benson Memorial Center, Santa Clara University
Deadline for abstracts is January 15. More information here:
Yi Chen has written a report on the recent “Confucian Modernity: The Japanese Experience” conference, sponsored by the World Consortium for Research in Confucian Cultures, in Kyoto, November 3-4 2017
A conference on “Creating a Philosophy for the Future” will be held at the University of Macau from the 16th to the 18th of November. More information is on this poster, and the full program is here. Looks very rich!
Workshop on Confucianism: Joy along the Way
Friday, November 10, 2017
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Philip Clart has taken the time to list all panels at the upcoming American Academy of Religion conference in Boston (November 18-21) with significant Chinese Religions content (at least 50%). The entries are extracted from the online program book, where you can find abstracts for individual papers (https://papers.aarweb.org/program_book).
I thought that many readers of Warp, Weft, and Way might also be interested in this information, so pass it on here.
Call for Proposals: Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy 50th Annual Conference, June 8-11th, 2018
Hosted by Pedagogical University of Cracow, Krakow, Poland; supporting co-organizers are National Museum in Krakow and Institute of the Middle and Far East of Jagiellonian University
CONFERENCE THEME: Power and Creativity
Keynote Speaker: Graham Parkes (University of Vienna), “Will to Power and the Field of Dao/De: Nietzsche and Zhuangzi on Creative Experience”
Deadline for Abstracts and Panel Proposals: January 31, 2018