Kant's Political Thought
June 5-17, 2016 Emory University Atlanta, GA
Co-Chairs: Dilek Huseyinzadegan (Emory) and Angelica Nuzzo (CUNY)
The Institute for the History of Philosophy (IHP ) will host its 8th annual summer workshop on June 5–17, 2016, on the topic of “Kant’s Political Thought.” IHP Summer Workshops are designed to bring together a group of faculty scholars specializing
in specific areas of the history of philosophy for seminars focused around a shared reading list. Ten participants and the co-directors meet in mornings and afternoons over the course of two four-day weeks for discussions based upon close readings.
The workshop format eschews the delivery of conference-style papers in favor of open, groupbased engagement. In so doing, the IHP seeks to foster conversations that will inform future scholarly work. The IHP ’s past workshops have focused
on figures and themes such as: Aristotle on the Emotions; Renewing the Ancient Quarrel: Plato, Hegel, Adorno; Peirce, James, and the Origins of Pragmatism; Vico and the Humanist Tradition; Montaigne and the Origins of Modernity; Nietzsche
and Heidegger on the Issue of History; and Religion and Philosophy in Neoplatonism. This year’s meeting will consider Kant’s political thought in relation to its contemporary implications and legacy. We will attempt to tease out the relationship
between Kant’s political philosophy and his writings on history, geography, and anthropology. A few texts by other authors will also supplement our discussions.
May 27-29, 2016 Emory University Conference Center Atlanta, GA
Keynote Speakers: Beatrice Longuenesse (NYU), Pauline Kleingeld (Groningen), John Zammito (Rice)
For more information and the program, click: http://naksmeeting.kantpapers.org/
Aristotle on the Emotions
June 14-26, 2015 Emory University Atlanta, GA
The Emory University Institute for the History of Philosophy (IHP) will host its seventh annual summer workshop on June 14–26, 2015, on the topic of "Aristotle on the Emotions."
Organizers: Marta Jimenez and Christof Rapp (Ludwig Maximilians Universität Munich)
Location: Emory University, 214 Bowden Hall
IHP Summer Workshops are designed to bring together a group of faculty scholars specializing in specific areas of the history of philosophy for seminars focused around a shared reading list. Ten participants and the co-directors meet in mornings and afternoons over the course of two four-day weeks for discussions based upon close readings. The workshop format eschews the delivery of conference-style papers in favor of open, group-based engagement. In so doing, the IHP seeks to foster conversations that will inform future scholarly work. The IHP's past workshops have focused on themes and figures such as: Renewing the Ancient Quarrel: Plato, Hegel, Adorno; Peirce, James, and the Origins of Pragmatism; Vico and the Humanist Tradition; Montaigne and the Origins of Modernity; Nietzsche and Heidegger on the Issue of History; and Religion and Philosophy in Neoplatonism.
This year's readings will focus on Aristotle's conception of emotions and their role in moral psychology, the body/soul relationship, ethics, politics, rhetoric and dialectic. Our central texts include selections from Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, Eudemian Ethics, Rhetoric, and De Anima. A few other texts will supplement discussion.
The Institute is pleased to provide room, board, and travel expenses for all participants accepted into the workshop. Guests will be housed in The New Marriott Courtyard Decatur, in downtown Decatur, Georgia, a couple of miles from Emory's campus. Decatur is a vibrant town with several restaurants and bars, all within walking distance from the hotel. The hotel is also close to a MARTA stop, Atlanta's public train service. Participants will thus have access to other parts of Atlanta, including the airport. All hotel/campus transportation will be provided.
To apply, scholars should send a cover letter addressing the relevance of the topic and the author to their current and/or future scholarly work, and a CV to Professor Jimenez at the email address below. The application deadline is February 20th, 2015 with decisions announced by March 2nd, 2015.
Department of Philosophy
214 Bowden Hall
561 South Kilgo Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
Lehrstuhle fur Philosophie III
Ludwig Maximilians Universität Munich
Gerschwister Scholl Platz 1
80536 Munchen, Germany
philoSOPHIA: A Feminist Society
9th Annual Meeting CALL FOR PROPOSALS
May 14-16, 2015 Emory University Atlanta, GA
The 9th annual meeting of philoSOPHIA will open the evening of Thursday, May 14, and close the evening of Saturday, May 16, 2015.
Conference theme: Neolithic to Neoliberal: Communities Human and Non-Human.
Highlights. Keynote speakers: Drucilla Cornell, Kelly Oliver, Chloe Taylor and Lisa Guenther. Plenary session: The Ethical Lives of Animals (co-sponsored by Emory’s Center for Ethics). Two workshops for discussion of participants’ and organizers’ papers, with limited participation:
- "Whose Community? Intersections of Gender, Race, Sex, and Nationality in Kant and German Idealism" (with a focus on social and political philosophy), led by Dilek Huseyinzadegan, Emory University.
- “Fugitive Femininities” (with a focus on concepts of race, femininity and sexuality within the context of narratives of capture and escape), led by Rizvana Bradley, Emory University. Up to two graduate student travel prizes will be awarded for the best graduate student papers. GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION: You may submit one of the following:
- Individual abstracts of 500-700 words.
2.Panel proposals (500 words) with individual abstracts (500-700 words each).
- Workshop paper abstracts (500-700 words). Please identify which workshop.
- For those graduate students who wish to be considered for a travel award, a complete paper (3000 words). Please also declare your status as a graduate student in the body of your email.
Abstracts, panel proposals, workshop paper abstracts, and papers should be submitted in an email attachment suitable for anonymous review. In the body of your email, please include your name, affiliation, contact information, and a brief bio, along with the title of your presentation.
Please submit all proposals electronically to email@example.com DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1, 2014
For more information, please visit: www.philosophiafeministsociety.org.
Topic: America's Growing Slip, Trip, and Fall Epidemic
Date: April 28, 2015
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: White Hall 208, Emory University
Keynote Address by Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader at 7:00 pm
Topic: Goods, Evils, and Pleasures
Dates: April 2-4, 2015
Location: Savannah Marriott Riverfront, Savannah, GA, USACall for Abtracts
Topic: "Intersections of Experience: Culture, Violence, and Power"
Dates: March 20-21, 2015
Location: Emory University
Keynote Address by Prof. Linda Alcoff from CUNY Hunter on Friday March, 20th at 4:15.
Platonic Moral Realism
Dates: March 13-15, 2015
Location: Emory University
Luc Brisson, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique
Sarah Broadie, University of St. Andrews
Melissa Lane, Princeton University
John Rist, University of Toronto
The metaphysical thesis that such Forms as the Good or the Just enjoy an existence independent of human opinions or social arrangements is generally taken to entail the objectivity of certain human values. Conference sessions will explore the metaphysical grounding for these values or for the virtues, method(s) of discovering and explicating the nature of moral values and virtues, and the means of coming to possess or partake in them, as found in Plato’s dialogues or in the Platonic tradition.
Friday, 13 March
1st parallel session (12-1:30):
Section 1: R. Weiss, N. Baima
Section 2: D. Miller, D. Campbell
Section 3: F. Tremblay, L. Pitteloud
Section 4: B. Marrin, O. Goldin
2nd parallel session (2-3 :30):
Section 1: L. Gerson, L. Monteils-Laeng
Section 2 : E. Garver, M. Faller
Section 3 : G. Keehn, J. Carter
Section 4 : J. Bleckmann, M. Byrd
1st Plenary session (4-5:30): John Rist
Saturday, March 14, 2015
3rd parallel session (9-10:30):
Section 1: O. Renault, M. Halper
Section 2: I-Kai Jeng, D. Glidden
Section 3: Satoshi Ogihara, G. Justin
Section 4: G. Shuh, G. Cornelli
2nd Plenary session (11-12:30): Melissa Lane
4th parallel session (2-3:30):
Section 1: P. Woodruff, N. Stein
Section 2: G. Koehn, M. Tarasiewicz
Section 3: Y. Dominick, S. Berman
Section 4: J. Garner, K. Meadows
3rd Plenary session (4-5:30): Sarah Broadie
Reception and Banquet 6:30 Carlos Museum
Sunday, March 15, 2015
5th parallel session (Sunday, March 15, 10:30-12:00):
Section 1: C. Lattmann, S. Ahbel-Rappe
Section 2: B. Castelnerac, Noburu Notomi
Section 3: C. Corcoran, L. Grams
Section 4: C. Swanson, J. Bova
4th Plenary session ( 1:30-3:00):Luc Brisson
6th parallel session (Sunday, March 15, 3:30-5:00):
Section 1: M. Evans, A. Halper
Section 2: M. Jimenez, S. Stern-Gillet
Section 3: J. Papiernik, D. Bloo
Registration and Accomodations
Registration Fee: $40 ($20 For Graduate Students)
Check, Money Order In U.S. Dollars, Or Cash At Registration Desk
Please make check out to Agnes Scott College and write IPS in the memo line.
Please make check out to Agnes Scott College and write IPS Banquet in the memo line.
Send checks to Dr. Richard D. Parry, Box 1111, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA 30030