[SydPhil] AAP 2021 Conference - Registration and Abstract Submission

Conference Organiser conference at aap.org.au
Mon May 17 12:31:26 AEST 2021

Dear Colleagues
The 2021 AAP Conference will be held online over two weeks from *Tuesday 6
- Thursday 15 July 2021*. Registrations and Abstract Submissions are now
open: https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/5-B_CWLVXkU5xkxxGf6uhO1?domain=aap.org.au

Key dates:
Postgraduate Presentation Prize Submissions: Tuesday 25 May 2021 8.00pm AEST
Abstract Submissions for Papers and Posters: Tuesday 1 June 2021 8.00pm AEST
Early Bird Registration: Tuesday 8 June 2021 8.00pm AEST

We welcome submissions in all areas of philosophy. Abstracts can be
submitted for papers, author meets critics, and multi-author panel
presentations, as well as for posters.

The Presidential Address will be given by Neil Levy on the topic “Do your
own research!”.

*Keynote speakers:Jenann Ismael, Stephen M Gardiner, Michelle Kosch, Lewis
Gordon, Kate Manne and Peter Godfrey-Smith.*

This year’s *Alan Saunders Lecture*, held in conjunction with the ABC, will
be given by Stephen Gardiner. This free, ticketed event will be held
alongside the Conference and will be live streamed.

As in previous years we offer the *Postgraduate Presentation Prize* for the
best paper presented by a postgraduate student and this year an *Undergraduate
Poster Prize* for the best poster presented by an Undergraduate student.
Professional Development sessions are also planned on *alternative academic
careers* and *online teaching*.

In recognition of the difficulties facing many in the profession, to
support and bring our community of scholars together at this time,
registrations for this year have been set at a significantly reduced rate
in comparison with face-to-face conferences.

Please join us!

AAP Conference Organisers

AAP Conference Organisers
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