A Duke University está recebendo resumos para a sua Conferência de Pós-graduação em Teoria Política, evento que ocorrerá entre os dias 12 e 13 de fevereiro (2015) na cidade norte-americana de Durham. Josiah Ober está confirmado como o conferencista convidado do evento. O prazo final para a submissão de artigo é 15 de novembro.
Duke Graduate Conference in Political Theory (2015)
The Political Science department at Duke University will host a Graduate Conference in Political Theory on February 12-13, 2015. We invite submissions for this conference from graduate students in any discipline. Proposals on any topic in the fields of political theory, political philosophy, or the history of political thought will be considered.
In addition to building community among graduate students at different universities, this conference offers graduate students a rare opportunity to receive feedback on their work from eminent scholars in the field. Among the Duke faculty who have agreed to participate in the discussion of student papers are Michael Gillespie, Ruth Grant, Thomas Spragens, Kathi Weeks, Jack Knight and Michael Hardt. We are also pleased to announce that Josiah Ober of Stanford University will join us as the keynote speaker for the conference.
Attendees will be provided with housing at a hotel in downtown Durham, shuttle service to and from Duke, and meals for the duration of their stay, thanks to the generous support of the Program in American Values and Institutions. We will also provide substantial travel stipends, though the exact amount is yet to be determined. Participants are expected to attend the entire conference.
To apply, submit paper proposals of 700-1000 words toduketheoryconference2015 (at) gmail (dot) com by November 15, 2014. Please include your name, institutional affiliation, contact information, and some key words to help us sort your submission – along with the title of your proposal — in the text of the email. Attach your proposal as a pdf, formatted for blind reviewand identified only by the title. Applicants will be notified of their status by December 15, 2014, and participants will be required to submit a complete paper by January 20, 2015.