CFP: Stanford Center for Ethics in Society Inaugural Junior Scholars Workshop

The Center for Ethics in Society will host an inaugural Junior Scholars Workshop at Stanford University on June 7-9, 2018. The workshop will feature the work of early career scholars in political philosophy, political theory, and moral philosophy, and is open to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and untenured junior faculty. This workshop seeks to highlight the work of emerging scholars, and to advance the Center’s mission of bringing ethical reflection to bear on pressing social problems.

For our inaugural workshop we are especially interested in scholarship in what might be called “interdisciplinary ethics.” Normative scholarship focused on issues like immigration, climate change, global poverty, and the governance of new technologies can benefit from engagement with the social sciences, law, and life sciences. We especially encourage submissions that bring relevant empirically-oriented scholarship to bear on normative questions and analysis. Yet we welcome submissions from political philosophers, political theorists, and moral philosophers that address any normative issue, whatever the methodological approach or topic. Papers will be evaluated by multiple readers and on the basis of quality alone.

Papers selected for the workshop will be pre-circulated and read in advance by all participants. We aim to select 8-10 papers, and each paper will be assigned one or two discussants.

Submission Details: Authors must be graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, or untenured junior faculty within 5 years of their PhD. Papers should be unpublished manuscripts, must centrally address a normative issue, and be no longer than 10,000 words, including a brief abstract, notes, and references. Papers will be reviewed by a committee of philosophers and political theorists. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of the review by mid-March, 2018.

Funding will be provided to pay for participants’ travel expenses and accommodations.

Submission deadline: January 29, 2018.

Please submit all materials online at: stanfordethicsinsociety.slideroom.com

Submissions will not be accepted via email. If you have any questions, please email: ethics_submissions@stanford.edu

(This announcement is posted on behalf of Anne Newman. Please do not send inquiries to the poster.)

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