Exploring Collaborative Contestations and Diversifying Philosophy, May 28-30, 2015
Hypatia and the APA Committee on the Status of Women have joined forces to offer an exciting conference event. Two conferences will be held in conjunction with one another, together with an array of workshops on everything from publishing in philosophy to bystander training.
We are still accepting submissions: http://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/artsci/hypatiaconference.html
Deadline is January 1.
Submission is a 250-500 word abstract
Eugenics Archives is pleased to announce a four-day workshop at the Banff Centre, May 22nd-25th, 2015, in Banff, Alberta. To acknowledge the significant contributions made by students to the Living Archives on Eugenics in Western Canada project over the past four years, we invite submissions from early career scholars—students and those within three years of completing their doctorates—from any discipline on topics related to eugenics and its contemporary significance. Submissions should consist of a single document that includes a (i) summary abstract (150 words), (ii) longer description (750 words) outlining the presentation and explaining the relevance of the topic to eugenics, (iii) short biographical statement (100 words), and (iv) CV. Deadline for submissions: February 15th, 2015 Acceptances: March 15th, 2015. Questions and submissions to the project director, Professor Rob Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org; also see the full call at Facebook or blog links at eugenicsarchive.ca.