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Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy III

24 March 2016 @ 15:00 - 25 March 2016 @ 09:00

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We are pleased to announce the third meeting of the Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy. Built on the success of the previous 2014 and 2015 editions, which brought together scholars from all over Europe and North America, this Seminar aims to bring together advanced students and scholars working on early modern philosophy (broadly conceived, ranging from the later scholastics to Kant). The intention is to come to a workshop-type of collaboration in order to stimulate scholarly exchange in our…
We are pleased to announce the third meeting of the Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy. Built on the success of the previous 2014 and 2015 editions, which brought together scholars from all over Europe and North America, this Seminar aims to bring together advanced students and scholars working on early modern philosophy (broadly conceived, ranging from the later scholastics to Kant). The intention is to come to a workshop-type of collaboration in order to stimulate scholarly exchange in our field. This year, the Dutch Seminar is organized jointly by Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Groningen, and it is part of the activities of the OZSW Study Group in Early Modern Philosophy. The language of presentation and discussion is English. Keynote speakers: Prof. Andrew Janiak (Duke University) Prof. Carla Rita Palmerino (Radboud University)  Please send the abstract of your proposed lecture (on any topic relevant to early modern philosophy) to Dr. Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl) by December 1. The abstract must be no longer than 500 words, anonymized for the sake of blind reviewing and sent as a .docx file (please don’t use pdf format). The author’s name and contact information (name, affiliation, email and professional status – doctoral student; postdoc; lecturer; etc.) should also be specified in your e-mail message. The abstracts will be peer-reviewed and you will be notified of the outcome of the review by January 30. We will do our best to send the reviewers’ reports to all participants in order to provide useful feedback on the abstracts. There are no registration fees. Attendance is free and all listeners are welcome. No financial help, however, can be provided to support travel expenses and accommodation. For updates, the full program and suggestions for accommodation during your stay in Rotterdam, please check the website (http://www.philos.rug.nl/Dutch%20Seminar/) and join the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/DutchSeminarInEarlyModernPhilosophy). The Dutch Seminar will take place immediately after the conference “Early Modern Women on Metaphysics, Religion and Science”, which will be organized by Dr. Emily Thomas (a.e.e.thomas@rug.nl) at the University of Groningen (full information may be found here: http://www.rug.nl/ggw/news/events/2016/early-modern-women-on-metaphysics-religion-and-science). For those who are interested in contributing to both events, please bear in mind that direct trains between Rotterdam and Groningen take 2h30’ travel. Contacts: Han van Ruler (vanruler@fwb.eur.nl) Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl)

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Rotterdam (Erasmus University & Bilderberg Parkhotel)
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 3062 Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Rotterdam, South Holland
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We are pleased to announce the third meeting of the Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy.

Built on the success of the previous 2014 and 2015 editions, which brought together scholars from all over Europe and North America, this Seminar aims to bring together advanced students and scholars working on early modern philosophy (broadly conceived, ranging from the later scholastics to Kant). The intention is to come to a workshop-type of collaboration in order to stimulate scholarly exchange in our field.

This year, the Dutch Seminar is organized jointly by Erasmus University Rotterdam and the University of Groningen, and it is part of the activities of the OZSW Study Group in Early Modern Philosophy. The language of presentation and discussion is English.

Keynote speakers:

Prof. Andrew Janiak (Duke University)

Prof. Carla Rita Palmerino (Radboud University)

 Please send the abstract of your proposed lecture (on any topic relevant to early modern philosophy) to Dr. Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl) by December 1. The abstract must be no longer than 500 words, anonymized for the sake of blind reviewing and sent as a .docx file (please don’t use pdf format). The author’s name and contact information (name, affiliation, email and professional status – doctoral student; postdoc; lecturer; etc.) should also be specified in your e-mail message.

The abstracts will be peer-reviewed and you will be notified of the outcome of the review by January 30. We will do our best to send the reviewers’ reports to all participants in order to provide useful feedback on the abstracts.

There are no registration fees. Attendance is free and all listeners are welcome. No financial help, however, can be provided to support travel expenses and accommodation.

For updates, the full program and suggestions for accommodation during your stay in Rotterdam, please check the website (http://www.philos.rug.nl/Dutch%20Seminar/) and join the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/DutchSeminarInEarlyModernPhilosophy).

The Dutch Seminar will take place immediately after the conference “Early Modern Women on Metaphysics, Religion and Science”, which will be organized by Dr. Emily Thomas (a.e.e.thomas@rug.nl) at the University of Groningen (full information may be found here: http://www.rug.nl/ggw/news/events/2016/early-modern-women-on-metaphysics-religion-and-science). For those who are interested in contributing to both events, please bear in mind that direct trains between Rotterdam and Groningen take 2h30’ travel.

Contacts:

Han van Ruler (vanruler@fwb.eur.nl)

Andrea Sangiacomo (A.Sangiacomo@rug.nl)

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