Here is a list of some upcoming conferences, most of which are still welcoming your submissions. Some of this information is from the last conference update, but I just want to make sure that the word gets out and that you all have a change to represent your respective schools! Also, check out the previous list of conferences if these are not enough.
The Midsouth Philosophy Conferencewill be on February 22nd-23rd at the University of Memphis. Undergraduates are welcome to submit, as well as others. Papers for this conference should not exceed 3,000 words and will be accepted until January 1st. It is important for you to pay close attention to the required submission format because it appears that those who do not comply will not be considered.
The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy is hosting it’s 46th annual conference in Chicago, November 8th-10th, 2007. The conference will be jointly hosted by DePaul University and Northwestern University. There is literally a booklet of presenters, so if you want the full list go here.
(Repeat)USF is hosting a graduate conference entitled, Thoughts and Actions that make a Difference. Even if you are an undergrad, you can still apply! The following in information was provided by Dr. Sally Ferguson of USF and it details conference events as well as submission guidelines. “The Philosophy Graduate Student Org. in conjunction with the Society for Classical Pragmatist Studies and the Department of Philosophy at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida is pleased to announce a call for papers for the 1st annual Graduate Student Philosophy Conference. The Conference will be held at USF on March 21st and 22nd, 2008, and will consist of selected graduate student papers relevant to the topics of Philosophy of Mind, American Philosophy/Pragmatism and Aesthetics. The keynote address will be presented by: Richard Shusterman. The deadline for submission is 1/1/2008 and a response will be given by 2/1/2008. Papers should be between 3,000 and 4,000 words, and accompanied by an abstract that explains your thesis. Submissions should also be presented devoid of any marks indicating authorship for blind-review. Please include your name, institution, e-mail, and personal information should be included with the abstract. Papers should be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Another conference of interest will be the Central Division Meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers, from May 8th-10th at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. The theme will be “Engaging Eastern Thought” so papers should focous on philosophical issues associated with Asian/Middle-eastern traditions or other issues related to “religious pluralism.” Some featured speakers will be : Kelly James Clark (Calvin College), Robin Collins (Messiah College), Winfried Corduan (Taylor University). You do not need to be a member of the society nor a Christian to apply. Please submit your paper with an abstract(roughly 150 words) and be prepared to speak for 20-30 minutes on your topic. E-mail is preferred, but not required. The deadline will be on January 15th, 2008. Submissions should be sent to Justin D. Barnard (Union University, 1050 Union University Dr. Jackson, TN 38305; E-mail: email@example.com )