Caribbean Philosophical Association Conference—Deadline Extended

CPA President Nelson Maldonado-Torres informs us that deadline for the Caribbean Philosophical Association Conference 2012, to be held at the University of the West Indies-St. Augustine from July 19 to 21, has been extended until Wednesday, April 4, so there is still time for submitting paper, panel, round table, and workshops proposals. News of accepted proposals will be sent by April 22.

Proposals may be submitted in multiple areas, including, epistemology, phenomenology, race and gender analysis, slavery, liberation, decoloniality, women of color feminism, political thought, and arts, literature, and the aesthetic, among others. [Also see previous post Call for Papers: Caribbean Philosophical Association’s Shifting the Geography of Reason IX.]

The CPA 2012 conference is sponsored by the Department of Liberal Arts and the Office of the Deputy Principal at the University of West Indies-St. Augustine, in Trinidad. The main organizer is Dr. Paget Henry (Brown University).

Confirmed participants include Mireille Fanon Mendès France, Lewis R. Gordon, Jane Gordon, Paget Henry, Charles Mills, Michael Monahan, Catherine Walsh, and Nelson Maldonado-Torres, among others.

For more information, see http://www.caribbeanphilosophicalassociation.org/CPA_2012.html and https://repeatingislands.com/2012/02/15/call-for-papers-caribbean-philosophical-associations-shifting-the-geography-of-reason-ix/

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