Annual Congress 2013
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
June 2 - 5, 2013
Registration for the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities is required for all participants. Please visit the CFHSS website. The Canadian Philosophical Association Congress registration fees are $70 for full members, $35 for students, retired, part-time academics, and $80 for non-members. Our tables will be located in the registration / Expos space - McKinnon building.
Please note: The lists of abstracts and symposia will not be distributed at the congress. Copies of the programme will be available at the CPA table (registration / Expo space - McKinnon bldg.)
- » CPA Programme de l'ACP (updated: 27 may)
- » Abstracts - Résumés (updated: 11 may)
- » List of symposia (updated: 11 may)
- » Symposia with individual abstracts (updated: 11 may)
"Brainscams, Neurononsense, Implicit Bias, and Why the Still Vexing Question of Women in Philosophy is Everybody's Business". Adele Mercier.
Programmes of Other Societies
- » Canadian Jacques Maritain Association (updated: 22 April)
- » Canadian Society of Christian Philosophers (updated: 15 May)
Meeting of the Chairs of the Departments of Philosophy
The meeting of the Chairs of the philosophy departments will take place on June 2nd from 12:30 to 14:00 in room D125 of the Clearihue building.
Congress Program Chair
Congress Program Chair: Guillaume Fréchette
Fachbereich Philosophie (KGW)
Austria (Autriche - in French)
Student Essay Prizes
Dialogue, the bilingual journal of the Canadian Philosophical Association, awards up to three prizes each year to papers submitted by students for the Annual Congress of the CPA. Papers submitted by students are double-blind refereed together with papers submitted by faculty and others. One prize is reserved for each official language; prizes are awarded when merited. There is a first prize and two equal second prizes.
Faculty Essay Prizes
The CPA has introduced two essay prizes for faculty papers submitted to our annual conference: Non-tenured Professor, Lecturer, Sessional Essay Prize; and Tenured Professor Essay Prize.
The Equity Committee of the CPA was founded in 1990-1, and works to collect data on the situation of women, visible minorities, philosophers with disabilities, and Aboriginal philosophers in Canada, as well as to share information on best practices to promote equity within the profession. It holds a regular panel as part of the CPA annual meeting to encourage critical reflection on questions of equity. More ...
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