North AmericanKant Society
EASTERN STUDY GROUP OF
THE NORTH AMERICAN KANT
SOCIETY (ENAKS): CALL FOR
Georgetown University (DC)
April 24-25, 2015.
Submission deadline: January 15, 2015
The Eastern Study Group of the NAKS
invites submissions for its 12th annual
meeting to take place at Georgetown
University (Washington, DC) on Friday and
Saturday, April 24-25, 2015. Our hosts this
year are Professors Huaping Lu-Adler and
Henry Allison, University of
California, San Diego and Boston
Tamar Shapiro, Stanford University.
Please send all papers electronically to the
organizer: Oliver Thorndike at "email@example.com".
Submissions should be prepared for blind
review and be limited to 5,000 words,
including footnotes and references (longer
submissions will not be considered). Please
prepare your file in PDF format, include an
abstract of a maximum of 300 words
(abstracts without the accompanying
submission will not be considered), and a
word count at the end of the paper. When
pertinent, please indicate whether you are a
graduate student in the body of the text.
Contact information should be sent in a
separate Word file.
The selection committee welcomes
contributions on all topics of Kantian
scholarship (contemporary or historically
oriented), including discussions of Kant’s
immediate predecessors and successors.
Reading time is limited to 30 minutes. The
best graduate student paper will receive a $200
stipend and be eligible for the Markus Herz
Prize. Women, minorities, and graduate
students are encouraged to submit.
Papers already read at other NAKS study
groups or meetings may not be submitted.
Presenters must be members of NAKS in
good standing. Selected papers are eligible to
be considered for inclusion in the book series
Rethinking Kant, published by Cambridge
Papers will be posted in the “members
only” section of the NAKS website and
circulated in advance among participants, who
are expected to have read them at the time of
ENAKS receives support from NAKS
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and host universities. Earlier programs are
available in our website:
For questions about ENAKS or the
upcoming meeting, please contact Oliver
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