LSE – UBT Student Philosophy Conference
At the beginning of May of the last three years students and faculty of the LSE and UBT philosophy departments get together to hold the Student Philosophy Conference. It alternates between The Thames and Roter Main.
The format includes 8 student papers, 4 from each department, with commentators from the opposite department and two keynote lectures. Students have to submit their papers, which should between 1500 and 4000 words to a blind referee process. A selection of the papers are published in Rerum Causae, the LSE student philosophy journal.
The conference is kindly supported by the LSE Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre, the Förderverein Philosophy & Economics e.V., and the Department of Philosophy, University of Bayreuth.
Call for Papers: 5th LSE-Bayreuth Student Philosophy Conference
The London School of Economics and Political Science Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, together with the University of Bayreuth Philosophy & Economics Programme, invite submissions from both BA and MA students for the 5th LSE-Bayreuth Student Philosophy Conference. The conference will take place on 11–12 May 2017 at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Submissions should be from 1500–4000 words and include an abstract of 150 words and sent no later than 15 February 2017 to LBSC@uni-bayreuth.de. Please include “5th LSE-UBT conference paper submission” in the subject line. You should remove all identifying information from your submission and include a covering letter with your name, university, degree title and contact information. There will be 8 papers (4 LSE + 4 UBT) and two keynote lectures from LSE and UBT faculty. Selected papers will be published in Rerum Causae, the LSE student philosophy journal.
Bayreuth: roberto.fumagalli [at] uni-bayreuth.de
The Conference Program will be announced in due time after the papers to be presented have been selected.