CFP: Korean Philosophy and the World

The North American Korean Philosophy Association (NAKPA) is happy to announce the annual meetings in 2022 to be held in Omaha, NE, the US for three days (November 14th through the 16th), co-hosted by Creighton University and the University of Nebraska. For these meetings, the 2022 NAKPA invites papers dealing with any aspects of our experiences related to the change of the world and the changing world, and how Korean philosophy might help us understand the future. Abstracts should be sent to Halla Kim (250-300 words) and should include the title, author’s name, affiliation, and email contact information. Also, panel submissions are welcomed and include everything aforementioned in addition to panelists and their affiliations and abstracts for each of the papers. These should all be submitted by September 1st, 2022.

Online Book Release and Workshop: Monogatari, Existence and Island

The Research Centre for Chinese Cultural Subjectivity in Taiwan will host “Monogatari, Existence, and Island: a New Book Release and Workshop on East Asian Philosophy” online from 14:00 to 17:00 (Taiwan Time) on July 15th, 2022.  The sessions will be held in Mandarin Chinese. For more information about how to sign up click here.

CFP: Southeast Early China Roundtable

The Southeast Early China Roundtable (SEECR) is happy to announce that they will be hosting the 26th annual conference at the Eling Eide Center in Sarasota beginning on November 11th. The SEECR is welcoming proposals for presentations focusing on early China from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. Please send a short abstract (250 words) of your presentation and full institutional contact information to Dr. Matthew Wells by September 1st. Early submissions are welcome and lodging in addition to meals will be provided for presenters.

Online Book Presentation: Friendship and Hospitality

Philology In Our Time will be hosting an online book presentation on Xu Dongfeng’s book Friendship and Hospitality: The Jesuit-Confucian Encounter in Late Ming China. The presentation will include the author (Xu Dongfeng), Huan Saussy, and Edward Shaughnessy. All are invited and must preregister.

Friday, July 9th, 10 pm Taipei/10 am New York; Register HERE


CFP: Self and Other

The National Taiwan University’s philosophy journal, NTU Philosophical Review is inviting submissions (in English) to their special issue on the theme “Self and Other”. These submissions must relate to the theme in any philosophical tradition. Submission Deadline: July 15, 2022. All submissions  should be emailed as attachment to Dr. Ann A Pang-White and Dr. Ming-Chao Lin. Read below for more information on submissions.

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NEWLAMP Initiative

The Northeast Workshop to Learn About Multicultural Philosophy (NEWLAMP) is holding a summer institute to equip philosophy teachers with competency to ingrate traditionally underrepresented areas of philosophy into their courses. This project works toward remedying the issue of solely discussing “Western”, Anglo-European philosophy and attempting to teach areas such as African or Islamic philosophy. In the past year NEWLAMP focused on African and Africana social and political philosophy. By doing this NEWLAMP thinks that it will raise interesest in the philosophy major and ultimately transform it. Click HERE to read more about this workshop and its ideas.

2022 Fu Foundation Asian Philosophy Essay Award Announcement

The 22nd International Conference on Chinese Philosophy received a total of 57 papers for the Fu Foundation Asian Philosophy Essay Contest and three papers were chosen from them as award recipients. The Fu Foundation award a prize of $2000 to each winner, but there will no longer need travel fees as they will be presented at the ISCP’s online conference on June 27- June 1st  Read below to learn more about the winners and their papers.

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CFP: ACPA at the 2023 APA Eastern Division Meeting

The Association of Chinese Philosophers in North America is inviting authors to submit individual papers to be included in a single ACPA group session at the 2023 APA Eastern Division Meeting. The APCA is open to any submissions that engage with Chinese philosophy in a wide variety of ways and they are not specifying a theme. The selection of papers will be based on how well they can be worked into a good session. For more information about submissions click hereSubmission Deadline: June 13, 2022. To submit abstracts click here. Read below for guidelines for submissions.

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CFP: ISCP at 2023 APA Eastern

The International Society for Chinese Philosophy is inviting authors to submit papers on any area of Chinese or Comparative philosophy. All accepted submissions will be presented at a Groups Session of the APA Eastern Division Meeting in Montreal, Quebec, on January 4-7 2023. Please send the submission electronically to Dr. Jeo Sophia Oh with  “ISCP APA Eastern” in the subject line. Submission Deadline: June 12, 2022. The submission should include the following

  • Title of Paper
  • Name of Presenter
  • Presenter’s Affiliation
  • Presenter’s E-mail Address
  • Approximately a 200-300 word Abstract