CFPs in Renaissance Intellectual History

Early modern philosophy


Source of Information: H-Ideas 2005-01-22
Date of Event: 2005-07-08 to 10
Location of event: Halifax, Canada
Deadline for abstracts etc.: 2005-03-01




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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
ATLANTIC CANADA SEMINAR IN EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY


Meeting at Dalhousie University and the University of King's College
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
July 8-10, 2005

The second annual meeting of the Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern
Philosophy will be held at Dalhousie University and the University of King's
College over the weekend of 8-10 July 2005.


Like similar seminars in other parts of North America, the Atlantic Canada
Seminar is an informal group, formed to foster interaction among scholars of
seventeenth- and eighteenth-century philosophy.  Papers on any subject in
early modern philosophy (roughly, the period from Montaigne up to Kant) are
welcome.  Reading times should be approximately 50 minutes.

Halifax is a beautiful port city, and July is generally sunny and temperate. For
more information on Halifax, visit: http://www.halifaxinfo.com

The deadline for submitting abstracts (of approximately 750 words) is 1
March 2005. The programme will be available by 15 April.


To submit an abstract or obtain further information, please contact Kathryn
Morris at the following address. Email submissions are encouraged. If you do not
receive confirmation of receipt of your abstract within a week, please resubmit
or contact the organizers.


Kathryn Morris
Early Modern Studies Programme
University of King's College
6350 Coburg Road
Halifax, NS  B3H 2A1
Canada
fax: (902) 423-3357
email: kathryn.morris@ukings.ns.ca



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Kathryn Morris
Assistant Professor and Director
Early Modern Studies Programme
University of King's College
Halifax, NS
B3H 2A1
(902) 422-1271 ext.207
http://www.ukings.ns.ca




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