[SydPhil] DEADLINE EXTENDED: SydPP Postgraduate Workshop Call for Papers

Gemma Lucy Smart gemmalsmart at gmail.com
Fri Aug 23 16:12:40 AEST 2019


Dear Postgraduate,

You are invited to attend the 2019 Sydney Philosophy of Psychiatry and
Psychology weekend away. AThe 2019 Sydney Philosophy of Psychiatry and
Psychology Postgraduate Workshop is an opportunity for postgraduate
researchers to give short talks and receive feedback from both their peers
and experts in empirically-informed philosophy of psychology, mind and
cognition. Academics and postgraduate students from Macquarie University,
The University of Sydney, The University of Wollongong and other regional
institutions are invited to attend and to present their research.

The retreat will take place at Pearl Beach October 11th-13th. There will be
a keynote presentation by Dr Glenda Satne (UOW) on the Friday evening,
followed by presentations by post-graduate students over the Friday to
Sunday. There will be plenty of time to network, enjoy the beautiful
setting, and make connections with others working and studying in the
philosophy of psychiatry/psychology. Exact details will be included in a
confirmation email once you RSVP is received.

Papers for presentation will be selected on a first come, first served
basis. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause but
strongly encourage all to submit abstracts as soon as possible. Abstracts
should be 300 words long, and include a title, and identifying information.
All presentations will be twenty minutes, with ten minutes for questions.
There will be a projector and computer available at the venue.

Please return the attached RSVP sheet along with abstracts by the *7th
September* at the latest. RSVPS should be returned to
gemma.smart at sydney.edu.au

SydPP is jointly funded by the Department of Philosophy, Macquarie
University; The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, University
of Sydney; The School of History and Philosophy of Science, University of
Sydney; and The School of Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of

The SydPP Postgraduate Workshop is a supportive and respectful space for
intellectual discussion. We aim to facilitate productive discussion which
is both challenging and considered. Aggressive or harassing behaviour of
any kind will not be tolerated.

SydPP recognises the traditional owners of the land, the Darkinjung
people, their
tribes and peoples - past, present and future. It is on their land that we
hold our event.

Any questions please direct to the organising team:

Alex Gillett - alexander.gillett at mq.edu.au

Axel Constant – acon8307 at uni.sydney.edu.au

Gemma Smart - gemma.smart at sydney.edu.au

Inês Hipolito - inesh at uow.edu.au

<imh729 at uowmail.edu.au>

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

The organising team

Gemma Lucy Smart
School of History and Philosophy of Science
The University of Sydney

'Amor Fati'

Gemma Lucy Smart
MSc Candidate, History and Philosophy of Science
The University of Sydney

'Amor Fati'
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://mailman.sydney.edu.au/pipermail/sydphil/attachments/20190823/c9a15d1a/attachment-0001.html>

More information about the SydPhil mailing list