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Featured Events & Announcements
Renewing Phenomenological Psychopathology - Invite to Launch Event and Call for Papers v.2
Launch Event: Friday 14 October 2022, 09:00 - 17:00, University of Birmingham.
Renewing Phenomenological Psychopathology is a new project that aims to apply interdisciplinary approaches to phenomenological psychopathology and diversify the field more broadly. The co-leaders of this project are Professor Matthew Broome and Professor Giovanni Stanghellini. It is an International Exchange Award funded by the Wellcome Trust and will run from April 2022 to April 2024.
Call for Papers: Deadline 1 September 2022 (Midnight, UK).
We welcome abstracts from multiple perspectives, from practitioners and academics of all career stages.
More information ca be found here.
Call for Papers: Philosophy Society Journal
The Oxford Philosophy Society has some exciting news! We will be launching a philosophy journal, consisting of articles written by undergraduates and postgraduates. We want to provide an outlet for philosophical expression, producing a diverse and accessible student publication.
There are a few conditions for your submission to be considered:
(i) Your article must be on philosophy, but we encourage writing on any topic, including the interdisciplinary or unconventional.
(ii) If your article was written for a module, it must be submitted after you have received a mark for it.
(iii) Your article will not be considered if it has already been published (student journal or otherwise)
(iv) Your article may not be more than 4000 words.
Provided those conditions have been met, please do not hesitate to email your article to us (at email@example.com) by 5 September. Once your essay has been anonymously reviewed, we will let you know if it will feature in the first edition. For more information, including tips on writing for the journal, take a look at our website, www.oxford-philsoc.org/journal, and if you have any questions please email us.
Call for Papers: Warwick MindGrad 2022
MindGrad is a graduate conference held annually in the University of Warwick, under the auspices of the Warwick Mind & Action Research Centre. This year, the conference will be open-themed and held in-person, on the 19th and 20th of November 2022. Keynote speakers are Mind co-editors Professor Lucy O’Brien (UCL) and Professor Adrian Moore (Oxford). We are seeking graduate students interested in presenting. We welcome papers of up to 5,500 words (excluding bibliography), suitable for a 45-minute presentation. Deadline for submissions is 15 September. More information can be found here.