43rd ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY WORKSHOP
KEYNOTE: MARISKA LEUNISSEN, UNC CHAPEL HILL
The Joint Program in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Texas is pleased to announce that the 43rd annual Ancient Philosophy Workshop will be held this year in Austin. In keeping with workshop tradition, we invite proposals on any problem, figure, or issue in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. Workshop sessions will begin on Friday morning, March 6, and conclude Saturday evening, March 7. Each paper will be allotted forty minutes for oral presentation in order to allow for both a prepared response and open discussion.
To propose a paper, send both a 1-page abstract of 300-500 words and a cover sheet with contact information to this box as two distinct attachments, preferably as PDFs. The cover sheet should contain contact information and enable its reader to identify your abstract. The abstract should contain no identifying information. The box will not receive emails, only attachments, so place all identifying information in the cover sheet.
Proposals are due no later than Friday, December 20, 2019.
Proposers will be notified of selections by Friday, January 10, 2020.
Papers will be due to respondents by Friday, February 7, 2020.
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