Call for Abstracts
2nd Berlin-Hamburg Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy (HU-UHH)
Organizers: Sebastian Bender (HU), Stephan Schmid, Daniel Dragicevic, and Lukas Lang (UHH)
We invite abstracts of no more than 350 words on any topic in early modern philosophy (construed, roughly, as the period from Montaigne to Reid) for a workshop co-organized by the philosophy departments of Humboldt University Berlin and Hamburg University (HU-UHH). The workshop aims to bring together established scholars, junior faculty, and advanced graduate students and will take place at Hamburg University.
The language of presentation and discussion in English. Talks should be 35-40 minutes, followed by 30-35 minutes of discussion. Decisions will be made by April 15, 2019.
An abstract should be prepared for blind review (please provide your name, contact details, and institutional affiliation in a separate document). Confirmed keynote speakers are Marleen Rozemond (University of Toronto) and Falk Wunderlich (Universität Halle). Successful applicants may have the opportunity to apply for a travel fund of 300 EUR to cover (at least parts) of their travel costs. Details of the program will be available in April. Attendance is free and all are welcome.
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