Reykjavík

CALL FOR PAPERS
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THE NORDIC SOCIETY FOR PHENOMENOLOGY / Nordisk Selskab for Fænomenologi / holds its 9th annual conference at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík, 28‐30 April 2011, under the general theme:



PHENOMENOLOGY IN TIMES OF CRISIS


We hereby announce a call for papers on new research in the area of phenomenology, phenomenological philosophy and related philosophical disciplines. We welcome proposals from senior researchers as well as from graduate students.


The accepted papers will be presented in parallel sessions (maximum 20 minutes, with 10 minutes for discussion).


Please submit your proposal in the form of a suggested title and an abstract (maximum 200 words).


We welcome suggestions for joint panels on current topics and recently published books.

Proposals should be sent to Björn Thorsteinsson at bjorntho(at)hi.is.


Deadline for submission: 15 November 2010.



Note that if you are not already a member, you need to register for membership in order to have your proposal considered. Membership is free of charge. Just send an email with information about your affiliation to jussi.backman(at)helsinki.fi.

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For more information, see the PDF announcement of the CFP: http://www.helsinki.fi/jarj/nosp/Reykjavik%202011%20cfp.pdf
 
Thinking aloud
Philosophy and democracy in schools

Conference in Reykjavík, Iceland
February 27th and 28th 2009

http://www.hugvis.hi.is/page/hugvis_Thinking_aloud

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Call for Papers

"Thinking aloud" will be a two-day conference held on Friday and Saturday February 27th - 28th 2009. The program will include keynote speakers followed by panel discussions, parallel sessions giving both theoretical and practical presentations, dialogue sessions with the participation of children and teenagers, poster sessions and curriculum displays. The program will finish with a discussion among all participants about what has emerged and how we can continue the development of philosophy in the schools in the Nordic-Baltic area.

Conference guests will be invited to various activities before and after the conference day. A workshop on teaching philosophy to young children will be held February 25th-26th 2009. School visits will be organized on February 27th and on March 1st there will be a program for travelling and socialization.

We invite scholars to submit proposals for papers on any topic related to philosophy in schools. Papers should be 20 minutes in length.

The deadline for submissions for proposals is 5th January 2009.

Proposals of 500 words or less should be submitted to Margret Gudmundsdóttir via the following e-mail address: mgu@hi.is.

Alternatively, submit by post to:

Margret Gudmundsdóttir
Center for Research in the Humanites, Gimli, G-302
University of Iceland
101 Reykjavik
Iceland

Information about participation and registration is at the moment
unavailable.

For more information, contact Margrét Guðmundsdóttir at at
the Center for Research in the Humanites at the University of
Iceland, Reykjavik.
 
Thinking aloud
Philosophy and democracy in schools

Conference in Reykjavík, Iceland
February 27th and 28th 2009

http://www.hugvis.hi.is/page/hugvis_Thinking_aloud

Call for Papers

"Thinking aloud" will be a two-day conference held on Friday and Saturday February 27th - 28th 2009. The program will include keynote speakers followed by panel discussions, parallel sessions giving both theoretical and practical presentations, dialogue sessions with the participation of children and teenagers, poster sessions and curriculum displays. The program will finish with a discussion among all participants about what has emerged and how we can continue the development of philosophy in the schools in the Nordic-Baltic area.

Conference guests will be invited to various activities before and after the conference day. A workshop on teaching philosophy to young children will be held February 25th-26th 2009. School visits will be organized on February 27th and on March 1st there will be a program for travelling and socialization.

We invite scholars to submit proposals for papers on any topic related to philosophy in schools. Papers should be 20 minutes in length.

The deadline for submissions for proposals is 5th January 2009.

The deadline for submissions for proposals has now be prolonged until 25th January 2009.
The project will be able to provide partial support for travel and hotel costs for some speakers.

Proposals of 500 words or less should be submitted to Margret Gudmundsdóttir via the following e-mail address: mgu@hi.is.

Alternatively, submit by post to:

Margret Gudmundsdóttir
Center for Research in the Humanites, Gimli, G-302
University of Iceland
101 Reykjavik
Iceland

Information about participation and registration is at the moment
unavailable.

For more information, contact Margrét Guðmundsdóttir at at
the Center for Research in the Humanites at the University of
Iceland, Reykjavik.
 
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