CFA: Presenting SWIP Analytic | Due 10/10
**Call for Abstracts**
New York Society for Women in Philosophy presents
SWIP Analytic invites women graduate students to submit abstracts of works in progress in the areas of language, mind, metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of science for consideration for presentation at SWIP Analytic in NYC.
SWIP Analytic is a new workshop that expands the disciplinary focus of the successful NYSWIP SWIPshop model by featuring presentations by women philosophers working in the areas of language, mind, metaphysics, logic, ethics, epistemology, and philosophy of science.
Presentations are open to all and will be made monthly by invited female faculty and students selected from paper calls. Accepted papers will be submitted to and read by the group in advance of presentations. Presentations will comprise a short (5-10 min.) summary of the paper followed by a lively, informal workshop discussion driven by questions and comments from the group.
The student workshop will take place at the City University of New York Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, New York, NY, Room TBA, Monday, November 11th, 5-7 PM.
Submission requirements: Please submit (1) a pdf, .doc, or .docx of a maximum 300 word abstract for blind review and (2) a document of identification with name, institution, and email address. Email both to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 10th. Two students’ CFAs will be accepted for presentation. Notifications of decisions will be sent by October 18th. The accepted abstracts will be required to submit a draft by November 3rd for the group to read before the workshop.
UPDATE: We are very pleased to announce that our first faculty presentation will be given by Professor Sharon Street (NYU) on Monday, October 7th, 5-7 PM at the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave, Room TBA.
Workshop organizers: Chloe Cooper Jones (CUNY), Zoe Jenkin (CUNY), Marilynn Johnson (CUNY), Katherine Tullmann (CUNY).
Please send any questions to email@example.com. SWIP Analytic is made possible through the generous support of The CUNY Graduate Center Office of the Provost, The John H. Kornblith Family Chair, and The CUNY Graduate Center Department of Philosophy.