University of New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick
May 30 to June 2, 2011
The annual meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association will take place during the Congress of the Humanities. Registration for the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities is required for all participants.
Travel Claim Information
For CPA members only: Travel Claim Form 2011.
Congress Registration Fees / Association Meeting Fees
The Canadian Philosophical Association Congress registration fees are $60 for full members, $30 for students, retired, part-time academics, and $70 for non-members.
It is important that participants in our congress pay the congress registration fees and the association meeting fees. The congress registration fees help the CFHSS make the congress possible, paying for such costs as the publicity and the guest speakers. The association meeting fees allow the CPA to pay for such costs as our keynote speaker, the A/V equipment now available in all our session rooms, the reception and the printing of the programme. Whether you are presenting a paper, commenting on one, participating in a symposium or simply attending sessions out of interest, please make it possible for the CPA to keep on participating in the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences by paying your congress fees.
Please visit the CFHSS website at www.fedcan.ca.
Please check our web For those who are presenting a paper: the audio / visual package that will be available in all the session rooms consists of a data projector, a screen, an Ethernet cable and internet access, and a small speaker with cables to plug into computer. It does NOT include the computer.
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.
Programmes of other societies
Louise Morel, Executive Director
Saint Paul University
223 Main Street
Ottawa ON K1S 1C4
Tel: 613-236-1393, ext. 2454
Marc Ramsay, Congress 2011 Program Chair
Department of Philosophy
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6
Tel.: (902) 585-1261
Fax: (902) 585-1070
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