[SydPhil] Call for Papers

peter_bowden at usyd.edu.au peter_bowden at usyd.edu.au
Tue Mar 24 10:23:21 AEDT 2015



2015 Australian Association for Professional & Applied Ethics (AAPAE) Annual


09-12 July, The University of Auckland




The conference theme, "Contemporary issues in...",  is designed to give
professionals, academics, and postgraduate students the opportunity to
present work and discuss issues in the areas of applied and professional
ethics. It provides a meeting point for practitioners from various fields
and academics with specialist expertise and welcomes everyone who wants or
needs to think and talk about applied or professional ethics.


The opening address will be given by Prof Tim Mulgan (Auckland/St Andrews)
on the evening of Thursday, 9 July. On the evening of Saturday, 11 July,
Associate Professor Hilary Greaves (Oxford) will give the second keynote,
followed by a catered social gathering to which conference guests are warmly


Registration for the 2015 AAPAE Annual Conference is now open. You may
attend as a presenter or without presenting a paper. Presenters may choose
between 30-minute and 45-minute long slots.


The AAPAE has a standing arrangement with the journal Research in Ethical
Issues in Organizations (REIO) to publish selected papers from the AAPAE
Annual Conference. Participants of the 2015 conference are strongly
encouraged to submit their paper for publication in REIO.


The preliminary deadline for submitting abstracts (with titles) is 17 May


Please note that you may only submit one paper. If we still have open
presentation slots after the specified deadline, we will be happy to accept
further submissions. Priority at that point will be given to first papers;
after that, we will be open to accepting second papers from authors at our


There will be a combined workshop on 'Role Anxieties: Contemporary and
Antiquarian Perspectives' with the participants of the Annual Meeting of the
Pacific Rim Roman Literature Seminar that is hosted by Classics and Ancient
History at the University of Auckland this year.    





Peter Bowden ( Dr.) 

peter_bowden at usyd.edu.au 

"In the Public Interest" 



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