Call for Applications
Undergraduates from underrepresented groups are invited to study logic — five topics over five days, with ten top international instructors — at Northeastern University for one week in the summer of 2018.
There is a competitive application process for this Summer Program, and we will accept 10 students. Transportation to and from Northeastern, as well as room and board are provided. A modest stipend is awarded to each participant.
By participating in this supportive program, undergraduates study logic in an inclusive setting and learn that there is a place for them in the field and that they have something valuable to offer the discipline.
We are now accepting applications for PIKSI-Logic 2018.
Interested students should complete this application, and email it (and the required accompanying documents) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is May 15, 2018.
Please submit an abstract of 750 words or less by February 16, 2018, in any area relevant to philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science. Special consideration will be given to submissions that fit with the four themes to be highlighted at the 2018 meeting: Emotions, Virtue, Agency and Addiction, and Well Being.
Submissions will be refereed and selected on the basis of quality and relevance to philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science. They must be written in a format appropriate for anonymous review and employ gender-neutral language. Individual authors may submit only one abstract as first author, though they may be co-authors on other submissions. All submissions will be considered for oral or poster presentation.
SPP has established a fund devoted to increasing diversity within the society. Eligible student presenters are invited to apply for travel awards when submitting via Easy Chair. Travel awards are to be used to cover conference-related expenses, including transportation, lodging, food, and conference registration. A limited number of additional graduate student travel awards will also be allocated.
All abstracts must be submitted via EasyChair.
Inquiries about the meeting should be directed to the Program Committee Chairs, Melissa Koenig (email@example.com) and Mike Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org). Inquiries about the local arrangements should be directed to the Local Arrangements Chair, Chandra Sripada (email@example.com).
Applications are invited for a lecturer in the Arts and Humanities Division at Babson College. Babson students are enrolled in both liberal arts and management courses throughout their four undergraduate years. Candidates must be qualified and willing to teach both a range of philosophy courses for non-majors as well as first-year writing courses. The proportion of philosophy and writing courses will vary annually, depending on scheduling needs. In addition to their teaching duties, candidates should expect to participate in Rhetoric Program activities including but not limited to learning outcomes assessment, curriculum development, or faculty development activities. The position starts on September 1, 2018 with a normal teaching load of 6 courses per year (split between philosophy and rhetoric) and with expectations of intellectual vitality and service to the College.
Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Please include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and letters of reference in the application. Additional materials might be requested after initial screening. Review of applications will begin on February 19 and will continue until the position is filled.
We are looking for an accomplished teacher with:
• PhD. or ABD
• Demonstrated success in teaching a range of philosophy courses
• Demonstrated success in the teaching of writing at the college level
• Areas of specialization that might include ancient philosophy, Asian philosophy, African philosophy, continental philosophy or rhetoric.
• Experience in teaching, service, and scholarship in ways that will enhance the college’s commitment to diversity and inclusion
• Engagement as a colleague who is committed to the success of Babson College.
Read more here.
APA Committee Session: Diversity in Philosophy Journals
Sponsored by the Committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies, the Committee on Inclusiveness in the Profession, the Committee on the Status and Future of the Profession, the Committee on the Status of Black Philosophers, the Committee on the Status of Women, the Committee on Hispanics, the Committee on LGBTQ People in the Profession, and MAP (Minorities And Philosophy).
• Eric Schwitzgebel (University of California at Riverside) [CA: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Liam Kofi Bright (Carnegie Mellon University) [PA: email@example.com]
• Sherri Lynn Conklin (University of California at Santa Barbara) [CA: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Sally Haslanger (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) [MA: email@example.com]
• Nicole Hassoun (SUNY Binghamton and Cornell University) [NY: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Manyul Im (University of Bridgeport) [CT: email@example.com]
• Meena Krishnamurthy (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor) [MI: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Anita Silvers (San Francisco State University) [CA: email@example.com]
• Bruce Barry (Vanderbilt University and editor in chief of Business Ethics Quarterly) [TN: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Christian Barry (Australian National University and co-editor of Journal of Political Philosophy) [Australia: email@example.com]
• David Boonin (University of Colorado at Boulder and editor of Public Affairs Quarterly) [CO: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Otavio Bueno (University of Miami and editor in chief of Synthese) [FL: email@example.com]
• Stewart M. Cohen (University of Arizona and editor in chief of Philosophical Studies) [AZ: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Graeme Forbes (University of Colorado at Boulder and editor in chief of Linguistics and Philosophy) [CO: email@example.com]
• Peter J. Graham (University of California at Riverside and associate editor of Journal of the American Philosophical Association) [CA: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Stephen Hetherington (University of New South Wales and editor in chief of Australasian Journal of Philosophy) [Australia: email@example.com]
• David Hunter (Ryerson University and editor in chief of Canadian Journal of Philosophy) [ON: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Rebecca Kukla (Georgetown University and editor in chief of Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal) [DC: email@example.com]
• Franklin Perkins (University of Hawai’i and editor in chief of Philosophy East and West) [HI: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Henry Richardson (Georgetown University and editor in chief of Ethics) [DC: Henry.Richardson@georgetown.edu]
• Achille Varzi (Columbia University and editor in chief of Journal of Philosophy) [NY: email@example.com]
• Andrea Woody (University of Washington and editor in chief of Philosophy of Science) [WA: firstname.lastname@example.org]
• Jack Zupko (University of Alberta and editor in chief of Journal of the History of Philosophy) [AB: email@example.com]
• and representatives to be determined from Ergo, Hypatia, Philosophical Quarterly, and Philosophy and Public Affairs
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The Department of Philosophy at the University of Michigan is thrilled to announce “COMPASS at Michigan: a workshop for students considering graduate school in Philosophy.” This workshop will bring together students from a diversity of backgrounds for a weekend of philosophical discussion, networking and mentoring. Advanced undergraduates and M.A. students (first and second year) are eligible to apply.
Applicants should meet one or more of the following criteria:
• Be part of a group/demographic underrepresented in academic Philosophy;
• Have demonstrated a sustained commitment to diversity in Philosophy
The Workshop will take place on September 28 and 29, 2018. Workshop participants are expected to have read in advance 4 papers from a range of subfields (depending in part on the interests of accepted participants). In addition to sessions discussing the papers, there will be two sessions devoted to mentoring and advice from faculty members and graduate students on graduate school applications and graduate student life.
All transportation, accommodation (September 27 through September 30, 2018), and food costs will be covered for the students selected. The deadline for applications is April 15, 2018. Students selected to participate will be notified by the end of May 2018. (Application instructions in attached poster.)
The University of South Florida announces its annual philosophy graduate student conference, “Resistance and Love After Foundationalism”. We invite papers on the topics of resistance, love, and friendship, departing from the foundationalism of the Modern period. We intend to discuss the possibility, conditions for the possibility, or desirability of such a departure. We hope for papers from traditions that are post-foundationalist, non-foundationalist, or otherwise alternative to foundationalism. However, the theme is to be interpreted broadly and pluralistically, and interdisciplinary papers are welcome. We encourage submissions from scholars in minority and marginalized groups.
Formal Social Epistemology Workshop
Mentoring Event for Women/Minorities in Philosophy
UC Irvine will be hosting a workshop from May 25-27th 2018 focusing on social epistemology and formal approaches to social epistemology.
In conjunction with the workshop will be a networking and mentoring event for women/minority graduate students in philosophy. Travel grants and hosted accommodation are available for graduate students who would like to attend the workshop/event. All interested students should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a paragraph describing their interests/reason for attending by January 31st 2018. (Preference will be given based on fit and location.)
In addition, attending graduate students with relevant work will be invited to give 10-minute talks on their research or planned research. Please indicate whether you would like to be included.
Confirmed speakers include Katherine Anderson, Liam K. Bright, Justin Bruner, Manuela Fernandez Pinto, Remco Heesen, Bennett Holman, Carole Lee, Conor Mayo Wilson, and Kevin Zollman.
Logic and Philosophy of Science
University of California, Irvine
Two-Year Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in the Study of Race and Ethnicity
The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of the Holy Cross invites applications for a two-year Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship related to the study of race and ethnicity to begin in August 2018. The Fellow will teach three courses per year, ideally including an introductory level course related to the study of race and/or ethnicity along with two additional courses aligned with the research interests of the applicant.
The College would like this postdoctoral position to address some of the larger issues and politics facing the United States today. As a result, we especially invite applications from scholars who work either on the philosophy of race or on the political economy of race, gender, and class, particularly in relation to urban politics. A key priority of this fellowship is to encourage scholars from underrepresented groups to consider tenure-track opportunities at liberal arts colleges and universities.
The Fellow will receive mentorship from faculty affiliated with the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and an appropriate College department. The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies encourages and supports innovative teaching and scholarship that reaches across academic fields and methods. Several academic programs are part of the Center including Africana Studies; Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies; Latin American and Latino Studies; and Peace and Conflict Studies. Other interdisciplinary minors and majors in fields as diverse as Neuroscience and Architectural Studies are also administered through the Center. For more information, see https://www.holycross.edu/academics/programs/center-interdisciplinary-studies
The full-time fellowship offers a competitive salary and full benefits as well as conference travel support and a $2000 faculty development account to support scholarship. Renewal for the second year will be contingent on a successful first-year review.
Candidates must demonstrate commitment to undergraduate teaching as well as promise of scholarly achievement. The successful candidate must have earned the doctorate by August 2018.
Please submit a cover letter addressing the position requirements listed above, curriculum vitae, statement on teaching, transcripts, and three confidential letters of recommendation.
As a Jesuit, undergraduate liberal arts college, the College values dialog among people from diverse perspectives as integral to the mission and essential to the excellence of our academic program (see http://www.holycross.edu/mission). In your application please highlight how your teaching, scholarship, mentorship and/or service might support the College’s mission and its commitment to diversity and inclusion. Previous experience teaching, mentoring or advising diverse student populations is an asset. For more information, please visit http://holycross.edu/diversity.
The College of the Holy Cross uses Interfolio to collect all faculty job applications electronically. Please submit all application materials to http://apply.interfolio.com/47987 .
Review of applications will begin on January 23, 2018 and will continue until the position has been filled. For full consideration, please apply by January 23, 2018. Questions about the position may be directed to Professor Lorelle Semley, Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at LSemley@holycross.edu.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT STATEMENT
The College of the Holy Cross is a highly selective Catholic liberal arts college in the Jesuit tradition. It enrolls about 2,900 students and is located in Worcester, Massachusetts, a medium-sized city 45 miles west of Boston. The College seeks faculty members whose scholarship, teaching, advising, and on- and off-campus service demonstrate commitment to the educational benefits of a richly diverse community. Holy Cross aspires to meet the needs of dual-career couples, in part through its membership in the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts and the New England Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (http://www.newenglandherc.org). The College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all Federal and Massachusetts laws concerning equal opportunity and affirmative action in the workplace.
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