CFP: 2016 Northwest Philosophy Conference (Gonzaga)

Posted on June 10, 2016 by

The 2016 Northwest Philosophy Conference will be held in Spokane Washington this year at the Gonzaga University Campus on October 14-15. I’ve presented at this conference several times and found it to of high quality, though they seem to have changed the format and there will be no commentators which I’m not sure I like very much. Here is the official CFP. Below is a summary with further details taken from the site:

Northwest Philosophy Conference 2016

Gonzaga University

Oct. 14-15, 2016

Submission Guidelines

Papers on any philosophical topic are welcome. Papers should be suitable for a 20-minute presentation (about 3000 words, not including material that will not be presented, such as abstract, bibliography, and any footnotes or endnotes). Submissions should be formatted for blind review (only title at top of Page 1) and sent as Word or PDF documents to

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In the body of the email, please include paper title, 100- to 200-word abstract, author name, affiliation, status (graduate student or faculty), and contact information. Within two business days, you will receive email confirmation that your paper has been submitted successfully. Papers should be approximately 3,000 words (10-12 pages).

Submission deadline is Sept. 1, 2016. Final decisions will be made no later than Sept. 10, 2016. Those who submit papers before an early Aug. 15 deadline will be notified of their acceptance before Sept. 1.

To facilitate and encourage discussion, paper sessions will have session chairs rather than commentators for individual papers.

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