Women in Early Modern Philosophy
Conference | all-day | Philosophy Department, Lehigh University
The Lehigh University Philosophy Department welcomes abstracts concerning any aspect of the philosophical work of – or about – women during the Early Modern Period. The proposals can be related to any field of philosophy – from metaphysics and epistemology to ethics, aesthetics, political theory, and philosophy of religion. The organizers are interested in both, proposals that are primarily historical and in those that emphasize the contemporary relevance of texts from this period.
Keynote Speakers: Karen Detlefsen (University of Pennsylvania) and Marcy Lascano (California State University, Long Beach)
Call for Papers: Electronic submissions of abstracts (350 words) should be in Word or pdf format. Reading time for presented papers is 30 minutes; there will be 10 minutes for discussion. Please submit abstracts to https://easychair.org/cfp/LUPHIL_2017 or firstname.lastname@example.org Please include a cover sheet with your name, paper title, institutional affiliation, and contact information. Submission Deadline July 17th, 2017.