CFP: 2019 SAGP Annual Meeting
All participants must be members of the SAGP. To become a member, fill out the form linked to here and mail it to A. Preus, SAGP Philosophy, Binghamton University, 13902-6000.
We invite people to submit abstracts on any topic in ancient Greek philosophy, broadly construed. For example:
- Papers about philosophical texts originally written in Greek or Latin before 618 CE.
- Papers about the influence of ancient Greek philosophy on other philosophical traditions, such as Islamic, Jewish, Christian, and other traditions
- Papers on medieval or modern Platonism, Aristotelianism, Stoicism
- Papers comparing classical Greek philosophical ideas with those in distinct philosophical traditions (e.g. Eastern Asian traditions) or contemporary philosophical views
To submit an abstract, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1. There will be no commentators, and the SAGP does not require that papers be finalized before the conference.
Members are encouraged to organize panels, as in the past. All panel members must have paid in full before the panel can be included in the schedule.
To propose a panel, please email a proposal to email@example.com by May 1.
There will be a $60 ($50 if early) conference registration fee will be in addition to $10 SAGP membership dues. The conference fee includes coffee throughout the conference and snacks/dessert and a cash bar during the keynote on Saturday night. The reception will also feature a custom drink, “The Protagoras.” Whether it is a good drink is really up to you.
The conference schedule and decisions about papers and panels will be made by July 1.