Call for Papers: 14th Annual Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference
We invite submissions of papers by graduate students to the 14th annual
Oxford Graduate Philosophy Conference, to be held on the weekend of 20 –
21 November 2010. Papers should be approximately 4000 words in length,
and may be on any topic in academic philosophy. We encourage papers that
are accessible to a general audience, and hope to represent a diverse
range of philosophical interests in our selections.
– Philip Pettit (Princeton)
– Ted Sider (NYU)
Oxford is one of only a few graduate conferences in which student
presentations are followed by a response from faculty members, making
the conference a unique opportunity for students to get feedback on
their work from Oxford faculty.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 14 August 2010
Please send the following to email@example.com in .doc, .rtf,
or .pdf format:
1) A cover letter containing:
(a) the author’s name
(b) institutional affiliation
(c) contact information
(d) the title of the paper
(e) word count
(f) the area(s) of philosophy the paper deals with
2) The paper itself, including the title and a short abstract (no more
than 200 words), and with no information identifying the author or the
author’s institutional affiliation.
For further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found at the conference website:
We are grateful for the generous support of our sponsors:
The Analysis Trust
The Aristotelian Society
Duke University Press
The Mind Association