2017 North Texas Philosophical Association Call for Papers–Extended Deadline, Jan. 30

March 31-April 1 at the University of Dallas, SB Hall (#19 on campus map)

 

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SATURDAY’S KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Gabriel Rockhill, Villanova University

FRIDAY’S KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Christian Emden, Rice University

 

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

Charles R. Bambach, University of Texas at Dallas

 

OTHER SCHEDULED SPEAKERS INCLUDE: 

  • David Kaplan, University of North Texas
  • Shellie Gordon-McCullough, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Cynthia Nielsen, University of Dallas
  • Kristi Sweet, Texas A&M University
  • Dale Wilkerson, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • Robert Wood, University of Dallas

The NTPA invites papers from all philosophical perspectives.  Individual participants should submit a completed paper of 3000-3500 words and an abstract of 150 – 200 words. Panel participants should submit a title and a proposal for the panel (approximately 500 words), together with the completed papers. 

The NTPA employs a blind review process for non-invited papers. Names of authors and organizations should appear only on a separate cover sheet and be omitted from proposals, papers and footnotes. The NTPA will award a $100 Prize to the Most Outstanding Graduate Student Essay. To apply for the Graduate Student Award, indicate intent on the cover page. 

DEADLINE FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS:  JANUARY 30, 2017

Email papers and program questions to NTPA Co-Secretary:

Dale Wilkerson:[email protected]


For logistical support at the University of Dallas contact NTPA Co-Secretary:

Cynthia Nielsen: [email protected]

***We kindly ask that you pay your conference fees in advance via the NTPA PayPal portal, as this enables us to provide you with the best conference experience possible.

The NTPA thanks its Institutional Affiliates and Sponsors: Department of Philosophy, University of Dallas; Josh Parens, Dean of the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, University of Dallas; Jonathan Sanford, Dean of Constantin, University of Dallas; Jeffrey Kinlaw, McMurry University; Department of Philosophy, Texas A&M University; Dr. Mark Thames, El Centro College; Center for Environmental Philosophy at the University of North Texas; the Department of Arts & Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas.