Ooh, Montreal in April. Do consider applying to this conference, which has just announced an extended deadline to FEB. 1 — abstracts should be between 300 and 600 words.
Graduate Conference and Workshop at Concordia and McGill Universities We invite quality graduate and undergraduate papers that address the themes of the conference; the problem of the under-representation of groups in philosophy or the implications status of minorities in the profession more broadly. Papers in both “analytic” and “continental” traditions are welcome. Papers in French are welcome. Submission Guidelines Student presentations will not exceed twenty (20) minutes in length, followed by a question and answer period. Therefore, papers should not (grossly) exceed 3,500 words (not including footnotes). Submissions must include the following: an abstract of up to 300 words, paper title, school affiliation, and the author’s current status. The paper should be prepared for an anonymous review process (remove any information that can identify you from the paper).
Submission guidelines and more conference information is here.
Please send submissions and questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org