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03/30/2014

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Wesley Buckwalter

LIPS hosts a fantastic conference. Some other new york area based groups that frequently feature work by early-career philosophers:

http://www.yale.edu/cogsci/MERG.htm
http://nylanguageworkshop.tumblr.com/
http://nyswip.tumblr.com/
http://www.laguardia.edu/Humanities/Philosophy/Conferences/
https://wfs.gc.cuny.edu/DRosenthal/www/Cogsci-talks.pdf

Moti Mizrahi

Hi Wesley,

Thanks very much for your comment.

Except for the LaGuardia conference, which is a conference for undergraduates only, I don’t recall ever seeing a CFP for any of these workshops. How does one get to present at one of these workshops? Is it by invitation only?

Also, according to its website, the last time MERG had a meeting was back in spring 2012. Is it still active?

Marilynn Johnson

Hi Wesley & Moti,

CUNY hosts a list of CFPs that may be of interest to their graduate students. Many of these events are in NYC. http://philosophy.commons.gc.cuny.edu/category/call-for-papers/


Moti Mizrahi

Hi Marilynn,

Thanks for sharing this useful link.

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