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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: History of Philosophy of Science, 3-6 July 2014, Gent, BELGIUM

http://www.hopos2014.ugent.be/

HOPOS 2014

The program committee for HOPOS 2014 invites scholars to submit paper and 
symposium proposals for its tenth meeting, which will be held in Ghent, July 
3-6, 2014.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Dennis DesChene (Washington University, St Louis, U.S.A.)

Cristina Chimisso (The Open University, U.K.)


Proposals for individual presentations (approximately 25-30 minutes) and 
symposia (3-4 thematically related presentations) are welcome.

The conference language is English.

In order to foster scholarly exchange across the temporal reach of HOPOS, the 
program committee encourages submissions on philosophical themes that cross 
time periods.

To submit an abstract (preferably in Word), please send an email attachment 
directly to this email address:

hopos2014.submissions@univie.ac.at 

PROPOSALS FOR INDIVIDUAL PAPERS should include:

Title and abstract of the paper (maximum 500 words)
Address of the participant, including e-mail, phone, and institution

PROPOSALS FOR SYMPOSIA should include:

Title of symposium
Symposium summary statement (maximum 500 words)
Titles and abstracts of papers (maximum 500 words for each paper)
Address of each participant, including e-mail, phone, and institution
Identification of symposium organizer, who will serve as the contact person

DEADLINE for submissions: November 1, 2013 (with decisions by December 15, 
2013)


PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

_Co-chairs_:Helen Hattab (University of Houston), Elisabeth Nemeth (University 
of Vienna)

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_Members_: Emily Carson (McGill University), Steffen Ducheyne (Vrije 
Universiteit Brussel), George Gale (University of Missouri-Kansas City), Jim 
Lennox (University of Pittsburgh), Lydia Patton (Virginia Tech University), 
Erich H. Reck (University of California, Riverside), Alan Richardson 
(University of British Columbia), Eric Schliesser (Ghent University), Thomas E. 
Uebel (University of Manchester), Maarten Van Dyck (Ghent University)

Conference Website: http://www.hopos2014.ugent.be/