CfP: Democratic Education Revisited: The Approach of Pragmatism

For further information regarding the Call for Papers, please click here.

Keynote Speakers
: Julian Culp (Paris), Andrea English (Edinburgh), Jeff Frank (Canton, NY), Joshua Forstenzer (Sheffield), David L. Hildebrand (Denver), Katariina Holma (Oulu), Natalia Rogach Alexander (New York), Maura Striano (Naples).

There is a limited number of spots available for papers pertinent to the topic of the conference (all talks will be on-site; no zoom). Young scholars are especially encouraged to apply. We are committed to creating a friendly and vibrant environment where to receive constructive feedback and inspiration. If you are interested, please send an abstract (word or pdf) of no more than 400 words to michael.festl@unisg.ch by 31 January 2022 or earlier. We will notify you whether you can take part in the conference by the end of February.

Deadline: 31 January 2022
Contact: Michael Festl (michael.festl@unisg.ch)
Date: June 9 – 11 2022
Location: Dewey-Center St. Gallen, Switzerland

Call for Individual Papers

The call for individual papers will open on 4 January 2022.

The organizers invite presentation proposals exploring and applying pragmatist ideas to issues and debates in all fields of philosophical and social inquiry, as well as debates in the natural, biomedical and social sciences. Pragmatism being the overall theme of the conference, we encourage the presentation title to reflect explicitly its connections with the theme of the conference. Presentations that explore issues at the interface of Pragmatism and social justice, critical race theory and intersectionality are especially welcome.

Submissions from women scholars and other underrepresented groups in philosophy are especially welcome. This conference follows the BPA/SWIP good practice guidelines

45 minutes (including discussion) will be allocated for each individual paper presentation. The time is fixed and cannot be exceeded. We expect presenters to reserve at least 10 minutes for discussion. The submission abstracts are expected to include a clear description of the paper’s contents and its contribution to its field of inquiry.

Please submit your paper proposal via our online electronic form. Submissions deadline is at midnight (Central European Time) on 7 February 2022. Please follow the instructions (including word limits) given and save the contents of your submission separately in case of technical difficulties. We expect to announce the results of the call by 14 March 2022.
 

Fourth European Pragmatism Conference

University College London

3-5 August 2022

Contact: Chiara Ambrosio (c.ambrosio@ucl.ac.uk). 

Organisers

The Fourth European Pragmatism Conference will take place at University College London. It will be hosted by the Department of Science and Technology Studies. The conference is organised in collaboration with the Nordic Pragmatist NetworkAssociazione Pragma (Italy), Pragmata (France), The Central European Pragmatist Forumthe German Pragmatism Network (Germany), the Dewey-Center Switzerland, and the European Pragmatism Association

We are grateful to the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy for its ongoing support to the conference. 

The European Pragmatism Conference will be preceded by a workshop organised by the Women in Pragmatism Network, which will take place at University College London on 2 August 2022. Please click on this link for further details.