2017 Association for Political Theory Call for Papers Proposal deadline: Monday, February 6, 2017
The Association for Political Theory Annual Conference The University of Michigan, October 12-14, 2017
Program Committee Co-Chairs: Mihaela Czobor-Lupp (Carleton College) and Jeffrey Church (University of Houston)
The Association for Political Theory (APT) invites proposals from faculty members, independent scholars, and ABD graduate students for its annual conference to be held October 12-14, 2017, at the University of Michigan. We will consider papers on all topics in political theory, political philosophy and their cognate disciplines, from scholars working in any field at any institution. We also encourage faculty members to volunteer to serve as chairs and/or discussants.
How to apply:
- Proposers must be members of the Association (membership is free). If you are not yet a member, please submit an application at https://www.apt-us.org/membership-application by February 3, 2017.
- Abstracts of 300-400 words are due by midnight PST on Monday, February 6, 2017 at: https://www.apt-us.org/conference-proposal-form. Each participant may submit one proposal and may be a co-author on one paper submitted by someone else. The APT conference does not accept full panel or roundtable proposals.
Workshop Panel Format: This year we will continue with the workshop panel format. A workshop panel will consist of three presenters and a chair, but instead of a traditional discussant, the panelists and pre-registered audience members will read all papers and prepare written comments for the presenters. At the conference, participants will spend approximately 30 minutes workshopping each of the papers. You will indicate on your proposal form if you want us to consider your proposal for a workshop panel, and that you are willing to fulfill the commitments it requires. We will designate these panels only after the PC has evaluated the papers.
Chairs/Discussants: If you are proposing a paper and wish to participate as a chair and/or discussant on another panel, please indicate your areas of expertise in the relevant box on the proposal form. If you are willing to participate as a chair and/or discussant without making a paper proposal, please fill out the form available at: https://www.apt-us.org/chair-discussant-volunteer-form. Chairs and discussants must have a Ph.D.
Pre-circulation requirement: Presenters on workshop panels must submit their papers electronically to the paper archive on the APT website no later than September 24, 2017. All other presenters must submit their papers to the archive no later than October 1, 2017. The archive will be password-protected so that access is limited to members of APT. Presenters who do not meet these deadlines will not be able to propose a paper for the following year’s conference.
Questions and assistance: For questions about the program or proposal guidelines, please contact one of the Program Committee Co-Chairs, Mihaela Czobor-Lupp (mlupp _at_ carelton.edu) or Jeffrey Church (jchurch _at_ uh.edu). If you have any difficulties submitting a proposal, please contact the APT webmaster at webmaster _at_ apt-us.org.
To learn more about the Association and its annual conference please visit the APT website at https://www.apt-us.org.
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