The Southern study group of the North American Kant Society announces a Call for Papers for an inaugural meeting, March 5-6, 2010, at Texas A&M University. We are pleased to announce that Otfried Hoeffe of Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen will be the keynote speaker for the event. In addition, Rudolf Makkreel of Emory University, Richard Velkley of Tulane University, and John Zammito of Rice University will be invited speakers for this meeting.
Presenters at the conference are invited to indicate their interest in
having their paper considered for inclusion in the book series Rethinking Kant
, published by Cambridge Scholars Publishers. Rethinking Kant
is an anthology of papers presented at the annual Eastern, Southern,
Midwest, and Pacific Study Groups of the North American Kant Society.
Including work of philosophers at all levels of their professional
development, ranging from doctoral students to well-established
scholars, Rethinking Kant
aims to offer a glimpse at the current state of Kant scholarship.
The deadline for submissions is December 1, 2009.
The selection committee welcomes papers in all areas of Kantian scholarship. Reading time should be limited to 30 minutes and submissions are not to exceed 25 pages. Completed papers must be prepared for blind review, with contact information sent in a separate file. Graduate students should indicate their status in the body of their papers. Papers read at any of the other NAKS meetings may not be submitted.
Please send your submission, and any inquiries, to:Kristi SweetAssistant Professor of Philosophy
Texas A&M University
Paper submissions are also welcome:
College Station, TX 77843
Please visit our website at snaks.tamu.edu
for more information. This meeting is generously supported by the
Glasscock Center for Humanities Research and the Texas A&M