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CFP for 77th Annual Meeting Announced

Sunday, July 29, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Julie Van Camp
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The Program Committee for the 77th Annual Meeting, chaired by John Kulvicki, Dartmouth College, has announced the Call for Papers. The meeting will be held in Phoenix, Arizona, October 9-12, 2019, at the Sheraton Grand. The deadline for submission is January 15, 2019

The ASA welcomes submissions on all aspects of aesthetics and the philosophy of art.

Papers are limited to 3000 words, must be accompanied by 100-word abstracts, and be formatted for anonymous review. These rules will be strictly enforced. Proposals for panels and author-meets-critics sessions must include a brief description of the topic, names and affiliations of all participants, and 500-word abstracts of all papers. Note that we plan to accept very few submitted panels.

Participants may submit a paper, or be part of a submitted panel, but not both. Papers may not be presented at both a regional ASA meeting and the Annual Meeting. All participants must be members of the ASA and register for the meeting. Non-members may submit papers or panel proposals, but must join the ASA within thirty days of acceptance of their contribution, or be removed from the program.

The ASA supports the Gendered Conference Campaign. In evaluating submitted panels and author-meets-critics sessions, the Program Committee will consider whether steps have been taken to include women and members of historically underrepresented and excluded groups.

Six Irene H. Chayes Travel Grants will be awarded for those presenting papers, but who do not have access to travel funds. Two outstanding papers that “nourish and sustain an ethos of inclusivity in all aspects of the Society’s activities” will receive Irene H. Chayes New Voices Awards. Full time students who present papers will receive a travel stipend. These stipends are also available to those who complete the PhD in 2019 but remain unemployed at the time of the meeting. Please indicate whether you would like to be considered for these grants when submitting your paper, but do not include that in the paper itself.

Submissions should be made through the same platform, Submittable, that was used last year. For further details, please consult the 2019 Annual Meeting website at

Please address all correspondence to the Program Chair, John Kulvicki (Dartmouth College), at .

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