Hey there friends, I’m organizing this conference and there’s still time to get on the program: Advancing Publicly Engaged Philosophy, March 14-16, 2013, Emory University Conference Center, Atlanta, Georgia, Keynote Speaker: Elizabeth Minnich Early Registration extended to February 8, 2013. Those who register early pay a lower fee and will be listed on the program as discussants for… Continue reading Public Philosophy Network comes to Emory
Calling all philosophers who do publicly engaged work. The Public Philosophy Network’s second conference on Advancing Public Philosophy is scheduled for March 14-16, 2013, right here at Emory University. Here’s the call for proposals: The Public Philosophy Network invites proposals for its second conference on Advancing Publicly Philosophy. The conference will include a mix of… Continue reading 2013 Advancing Public Philosophy CFP
I’ve mentioned before here that I’m putting on a conference next month, Beyond the Academy: Engaging Public Life. At lunch today with my good friend Rich Harwood, I started to see even more deeply the import of public scholarship. The term has become a bit of a buzz word in the disciplines, coming to mean… Continue reading Scholars Going Public
New Date Beyond the Academy Conference: June 10-11, 2008 Call For Abstracts The Beyond the Academy Conference is now scheduled for June 10-11, 2008. It will take place on the Arlington Campus of George Mason University, beginning the evening of the 10th and continuing all day on th 11th. Meeting just outside the nation’s capital… Continue reading New Date for Beyond the Academy Conference
George Mason University and the University of Maryland are co-hosting a conference on public scholarship June 10-11, 2008, at Mason’s Arlington campus. The event is also sponsored by The Democracy Imperative and the Kettering Foundation. A call for papers is forthcoming. In the meantime send inquiries to the event’s organizer, Noelle McAfee, at email@example.com.