Category Archives: APS

Ancient Philosophy Society Call for Papers 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS: APS 2018 AT Emory UNIVERSITY

Ancient Philosophy Society

18th Annual Independent Meeting

Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

April 26-April 29, 2018

Honoring the richness of the American and European philosophical traditions, the Ancient Philosophy Society encourages submissions from a variety of interpretive perspectives. Phenomenological, postmodern, Anglo-American, Straussian, Tübingen School, hermeneutic, psychoanalytic, queer, feminist, and any other interpretations of ancient Greek and Roman philosophical and literary works are welcome.

Please submit papers by e-mail attachment to APS2018@emory.edu. Deadline: November 22, 2017. The author’s name, institution, and references pertaining to the identity of the author must be omitted from the paper, notes, and bibliography. The e-mail accompanying the submission must include the author’s name, the title of the paper, address, telephone, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation.

  • Papers must be written in English. Submission implies that the paper is entirely the author’s own unpublished work and that, where appropriate, the contributions of others are acknowledged.
  • Papers may not exceed 3,000 words (30 minutes’ reading time, max.), exclusive of footnotes and bibliography. Longer papers will not be forwarded to the Program Committee.
  • Because papers selected for presentation are collected and provided to meeting participants in a single Proceedings, please observe the following conventions: single-spacing, 1-inch margins on all sides, pages numbered, 12-point font for text, 10-point for footnotes.
  • Papers should be submitted in PDF.
  • Receipt of papers will be acknowledged by e-mail.
  • Only one submission per author will be considered.
  • No one may present a paper in consecutive years.

All papers are reviewed by an anonymous Program Committee selected by the Host and Executive Committee to represent the range of interpretive traditions. Decisions will be reached in January 2018, and authors will be notified by e-mail. You do not need to be a member of the society to submit a paper, but you must join the society to be on the program.

The APS values diversity in its membership as well as in its scholarly perspectives. We particularly invite submissions from members of groups underrepresented in philosophy, including women, people of color, LGBTQI individuals, and people with disabilities. The APS conference is wheelchair accessible.

In keeping with this commitment to diversity, the APS will award two prizes of $300 each:

  • The Diversity Prize:awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a person from a group underrepresented in the discipline.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Diversity Prize after the program selection process.” Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • The Emerging Scholar Prize:awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a scholar who is either ABD or up to 3 years post Ph.D.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Emerging Scholar Prize after the program selection process.”  Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • Scholars may be considered for both prizes but can only be awarded one.

For current information about the meeting, as well as membership information, consult the APS website: www.ancientphilosophysociety.org.

 

Please direct all inquiries to APS2018@emory.edu.

 

Spring 2017 Registration, Ancient Philosophy Society

Dear  APS  enthusiasts,

I am pleased to announce that conference and hotel registration is now open for APS 2017.

https://www.pdcnet.org/wp/services/2017-aps/

I will send email notifications out about program submissions by the end of the week.

Please feel free to contact me  with any questions at  APS2017@baylor.edu.

I look forward to seeing you all at Baylor this Spring.

Anne-Marie Schultz
Local Arrangements Chair, APS 2017

Call For Papers: APS 2017 at Baylor University

CALL FOR PAPERS

Ancient Philosophy Society

17th Annual Independent Meeting

Baylor University, Waco, Texas

April 27- April 29, 2017

Honoring the richness of the American and European philosophical traditions, the Ancient Philosophy Society encourages submissions from a variety of interpretive perspectives. Phenomenological, postmodern, Anglo-American, Straussian, Tübingen School, hermeneutic, psychoanalytic, queer, feminist, and any other interpretations of ancient Greek and Roman philosophical and literary works are welcome.

Please submit papers by e-mail attachment to APS2017@baylor.edu. Deadline: November 15, 2016. The author’s name, institution, and references pertaining to the identity of the author must be omitted from the paper, notes, and bibliography. The e-mail accompanying the submission must include the author’s name, the title of the paper, address, telephone, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation.

  • Papers must be written in English. Submission implies that the paper is entirely the author’s own unpublished work and that, where appropriate, the contributions of others are acknowledged.
  • Papers may not exceed 3,000 words (30 minutes’ reading time, max.), exclusive of footnotes and bibliography. Longer papers will not be forwarded to the Program Committee. Abstracts will not be considered for the program except for the working group session mentioned below.
  • Because papers selected for presentation are collected and provided to meeting participants in a single Proceedings, please observe the following conventions: single-spacing, 1-inch margins on all sides, pages numbered, 12-point font for text, 10-point for footnotes.
  • Papers should be submitted in PDF.
  • Receipt of papers will be acknowledged by e-mail.
  • Only one submission per author will be considered.
  • No one may present a paper in consecutive years.

All papers are reviewed by an anonymous Program Committee selected by the Host and Executive Committee to represent the range of interpretive traditions. Decisions will be reached in January 2017, and authors will be notified by e-mail. You do not need to be a member of the society to submit a paper, but you must join the society to be on the program.

This year, we are creating space on the program for a working group in Ancient Philosophy. The working group format aims to provide participants with feedback on a project in an early stage of development. This year’s topic is “Aristotle and The Non-human other.” If you are interested in participating in the working group, please submit a five hundred word abstract to APS2017@baylor.edu. Please leave the abstract free of identifying information.

The APS values diversity in its membership as well as in its scholarly perspectives. We particularly invite submissions from members of groups underrepresented in philosophy, including women, people of color, LGBTQI individuals, and people with disabilities. The APS conference is wheelchair accessible.

In keeping with this commitment to diversity, the APS will award two prizes of $300 each:

  • The Diversity Prize: awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a person from a group underrepresented in the discipline.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Diversity Prize after the program selection process.” Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • The Emerging Scholar Prize: awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a scholar who is either ABD or up to 3 years post Ph.D.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Emerging Scholar Prize after the program selection process.”  Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • Scholars may be considered for both prizes but can only be awarded one.

For current information about the meeting, as well as membership information, consult the APS website: www.ancientphilosophysociety.org.

Please direct all inquiries to APS2017@baylor.edu.

2015 Meeting in Lexington, KY, April 9-12

Registration is open for the 2015 Ancient Philosophy Society Meeting in Lexington, Kentucky, April 9-12, hosted by the University of Kentucky, Transylvania University, and Berea College.

Register at the Philosophy Documentation Center (PDCNET).

$65 Individual/$40 Student.

APS 2015 Program

Please note that early registration is open until March 9, 2015, at which point the registration fee increases by $20 for both faculty and graduate students. So register early!

Also note the APS Banquet scheduled for Saturday night ($60 Individual/$40 Student). The banquet has traditionally been a very nice event that offers everyone a chance to relax and socialize. This year’s menu is being provided in a collaboration between Yamaguchi Tapas and Smithtown Seafood (organized by Holly Hill), options are described on the PDC webpage, wine is included. I warmly invite everyone to attend.

Rooms are available at the Hilton for $139/night. Please note that the hotel requires reservations be made by Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 (or before the block is sold out). If you call, you should state you are attending the “Ancient Philosophy Society” to get the conference rate.

Call For Papers: APS 2017 at Baylor University

CALL FOR PAPERS

Ancient Philosophy Society

17th Annual Independent Meeting

Baylor University, Waco, Texas

April 27- April 29, 2017

Honoring the richness of the American and European philosophical traditions, the Ancient Philosophy Society encourages submissions from a variety of interpretive perspectives. Phenomenological, postmodern, Anglo-American, Straussian, Tübingen School, hermeneutic, psychoanalytic, queer, feminist, and any other interpretations of ancient Greek and Roman philosophical and literary works are welcome.

Please submit papers by e-mail attachment to APS2017@baylor.edu. Deadline: November 15, 2016. The author’s name, institution, and references pertaining to the identity of the author must be omitted from the paper, notes, and bibliography. The e-mail accompanying the submission must include the author’s name, the title of the paper, address, telephone, e-mail address, and institutional affiliation.

  • Papers must be written in English. Submission implies that the paper is entirely the author’s own unpublished work and that, where appropriate, the contributions of others are acknowledged.
  • Papers may not exceed 3,000 words (30 minutes’ reading time, max.), exclusive of footnotes and bibliography. Longer papers will not be forwarded to the Program Committee. Abstracts will not be considered for the program except for the working group session mentioned below.
  • Because papers selected for presentation are collected and provided to meeting participants in a single Proceedings, please observe the following conventions: single-spacing, 1-inch margins on all sides, pages numbered, 12-point font for text, 10-point for footnotes.
  • Papers should be submitted in PDF.
  • Receipt of papers will be acknowledged by e-mail.
  • Only one submission per author will be considered.
  • No one may present a paper in consecutive years.

All papers are reviewed by an anonymous Program Committee selected by the Host and Executive Committee to represent the range of interpretive traditions. Decisions will be reached in January 2017, and authors will be notified by e-mail. You do not need to be a member of the society to submit a paper, but you must join the society to be on the program.

This year, we are creating space on the program for a working group in Ancient Philosophy. The working group format aims to provide participants with feedback on a project in an early stage of development. This year’s topic is “Aristotle and The Non-human other.” If you are interested in participating in the working group, please submit a five hundred word abstract to APS2017@baylor.edu. Please leave the abstract free of identifying information.

The APS values diversity in its membership as well as in its scholarly perspectives. We particularly invite submissions from members of groups underrepresented in philosophy, including women, people of color, LGBTQI individuals, and people with disabilities. The APS conference is wheelchair accessible.

In keeping with this commitment to diversity, the APS will award two prizes of $300 each:

  • The Diversity Prize: awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a person from a group underrepresented in the discipline.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Diversity Prize after the program selection process.” Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • The Emerging Scholar Prize: awarded to the best paper that is chosen for the program through the anonymous selection process written by a scholar who is either ABD or up to 3 years post Ph.D.  Please self-identify in the body of your email when you submit your paper, saying, “I would like to be considered for the Emerging Scholar Prize after the program selection process.”  Please keep your paper free of any identifying information.
  • Scholars may be considered for both prizes but can only be awarded one.

For current information about the meeting, as well as membership information, consult the APS website: www.ancientphilosophysociety.org.

Please direct all inquiries to APS2017@baylor.edu.

2014 APS Conference Registration is Open

University of South Florida

We are very excited to welcome everyone to Tampa, Florida and the University of South Florida for the 14th annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society.

The #APS14 APS Final Program is now available.

You are now invited to register for the conference by visiting our Conference Registration page with the Philosophy Documentation Center:

http://www.pdcnet.org/wp/services/2014-aps-conference/

Please note that early registration is open until March 24, 2014, at which point the registration fee increases by $20 for both faculty and graduate students. So register early!

The conference will take place at the Embassy Suites Hotel on the USF campus. The room rate is $129 plus tax. This room fee includes a cooked-to-order breakfast, and there is a complimentary manager’s reception in late afternoon.

The link to the website for the hotel is below:

http://embassysuites3.hilton.com/en/hotels/florida/embassy-suites-tampa-usf-near-busch-gardens-TPAFRES/index.html.

Please note that the reservations must be made by Monday, March 31, 2013, and that you should state you are attending the Ancient Philosophy Society Conference to get the conference rate.

Call for Papers for the 2014 APS in Tampa, FL at the University of South Florida

The fourteenth annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society will be held April 24-27, 2014 at the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.

Papers in English on any topic in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy are welcome.

There is a 3,000 word maximum for submissions, which should be prepared for blind review. Before submitting your paper by email, please see the full guidelines for submissions to the 14th annual conference in April 2014.

Submit papers by email to:

submissions@ancientphilosophysociety.org.

The deadline for submissions is:

Monday, November 25, 2013.

Decisions will be reported by January 6, 2014

We are proud to announce that the two keynote speakers for the 2014 conference will be:

Francisco Gonzalez
Professor of Philosophy
University of Ottawa

Helen Lang
Professor of Philosophy
Villanova University

2013 APS Registration Open

Golden Dome by ndbutter via Flickr

We are very excited to welcome everyone to South Bend, Indiana and the University of Notre Dame for the 13th annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society, April 4-7, 2013.

The #APS13 Program is available.

You are now invited to register for the conference by visiting our Conference Registration page with the Philosophy Documentation Center:

http://www.pdcnet.org/pages/Services/2013-APS-Conference.htm

Please note that early registration is open until March 14, 2013, at which point the registration fee increases by $20 for both faculty and graduate students.  So register early!

Hotel reservations may be made at the Fairfield Inn & Suites South Bend by phone (574) 234-5510. The special room rate is $114.

2013 APS Call for Papers

APS 2013 Call for Papers

The thirteenth annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society will be held April 4-7, 2013 at the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.

Papers in English on any topic in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy are welcome.

There is a 3,000 word maximum for submissions, which should be prepared for blind review. Before submitting your paper by email, please see the full guidelines for submissions to the 13th annual conference in April 2013.

Submit papers by email to:

submissions@ancientphilosophysociety.org.

The deadline for submissions is:

Thursday, November 15, 2012.

We are proud to announce that the two keynote speakers for the 2013 conference will be:

G.R.F. (John) Ferrari
Department Chair, Professor of Classics
University of California, Berkeley

Mary P. Nichols
Professor of Political Science, Associate Director of the Graduate Program
Baylor University