CALL FOR PAPERS
2015 Graduate Student Essay Prize
SWIP-Analytic invites women graduate students to submit abstracts and papers in the areas of language, mind, metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, & philosophy of science for consideration for a two hour presentation at SWIP-Analytic in NYC.
One student’s paper will be accepted for presentation on April 20th, 2015. The student will be awarded the 2015 SWIP-Analytic Graduate Student Paper Prize of $250. The winner will also be reimbursed for up to $250 of travel expenses.
(1) a pdf, .doc, or .docx of a maximum 300 word abstract and 5,000 word paper prepared for blind review
(2) document of identification with name, institution, and email address
Email both to swipanalytic [at] gmail [dot] com by February 1st, 2015
Notifications of decisions will be sent by March 1st 2015. The winning student paper presentation will take place on Monday, April 20th 2015 in New York City.
Please send any questions to swipanalytic [at] gmail [dot] com.
Organizers: Marilynn Johnson (CUNY), Chloe Cooper Jones (CUNY), Lisa Miracchi (NYU), Kate Pendoley (CUNY) Katherine Tullmann (CUNY).
SWIP-Analytic is made possible through the generous support of NYU’s New York Institute of Philosophy, The CUNY Graduate Center Office of the Provost, The John H. Kornblith Family Chair, and The CUNY Graduate Center Department of Philosophy.
4 thoughts on “CFP – 2015 Graduate Student Essay Prize – SWIP”
Cool. If my partner and I have a co-authored paper, may we submit it?
No clue. I’d email them.
Ah it appears not, my partner is a man.
Eleanor, I wrote the SWIP-Analytic group at the contact info, and they replied: “Hi Kathryn,
Submissions for the SWIP-Analytic Graduate Student Essay Prize should be single-authored works. Next year we will make this clear in the CFP. Thank you.”
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