LSU Philosophy Conference Call for Papers

LSU Philosophy Conference


The Graduate Students of Louisiana State University’s Philosophy Department invite submissions for our First Annual Philosophy Conference. Papers in any area of Philosophy are welcome, from any philosophical tradition; submissions from graduate and undergraduate students will be considered. The conference will be held April 11-12, 2008, on the Baton Rouge campus of LSU.

Please submit papers as an attachment to an email, with ‘submission’ in the subject line, in .pdf or .doc format to:

Submission deadline: March 13, 2008

We are pleased to announce that François Raffoul will deliver our keynote address: “The Question of Ethics in 20th Century Continental Philosophy”

Presentations are limited to 30 minutes, so papers should be no more than 15 pages, and should be suitable for blind review—with no identifying information on the pages of text. Please include a detachable cover sheet with your name, a 250 word paper abstract, university affiliation, and email address.

The conference organizers will arrange accommodations for presenters in the homes of graduate students.

Questions? Write us at


2 Responses to LSU Philosophy Conference Call for Papers

  1. Tim says:

    Hey Guys. Great blog. I live on the campus of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in New Orleans, LA. EPS has a regional event coming up with a call for papers. Link is here:


  2. Keith says:

    Tim, thanks for stopping by. Yes, the annual Greer-Heard forum is fast approaching. I plan on attending, as usual. Incidentally, I sent the call for papers for the LSU conference to Prof. Jeremy Evans, which is to say submissions from NOBTS students are welcome.

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