Society for Student Philosophers Annual Conference
University of Texas, Austin
March 1-2, 2008
Keynote Speaker: Thomas Scanlon, Harvard University
Call for Papers
The Society for Student Philosophers (SSP) invites the submission of papers for possible presentation at their Annual Conference, hosted this year by University of Texas, Austin.
Papers should be philosophical in the broad sense of the term, showcasing student research and critical thinking at its best.
Authors must be of student status (e.g., not holding a Ph.D. and still pursuing their philosophical education) and papers must not be published or accepted for publication.
Papers previously presented at SSP events are excluded from submission. Authors are allowed to submit only one paper to the Annual Conference. Authors are not allowed to submit the same paper to two or more SSP events in the same year. SSP events for 2007 include: the Annual Conference, APA-Pacific panels, and APA-Central panels. Papers should be around 15 pages in length and suitable for a 20 minute presentation.
Leave identifying references to the author out of the submitted paper, and include author information (address, institution, etc.) in the text of your email. Unreadable or virus infected files will not be considered.
Please send your paper as an email attachment (Word or PDF file) to: Scott Stroud, SSP Director.
Deadline: November 1, 2007