CFPanels: International Society of Neoplatonic Studies, Seattle 2016

Courtesy of John Finamore (and with apologies for delay):

    I am pleased to announce the call for panels for the 14th annual ISNS conference, to be held in Seattle, Washington, on June 15-18, 2016, in conjunction with Gonzaga University and Seattle University.

 

    Anyone interested in organizing a panel at the conference should send a brief description of the panel along with its title and the name(s) and email address(es) of the contact person(s) to the conference organizers:

 

Danielle A. Layne, Gonzaga University <layne@gonzaga.edu>

Tyler Tritten, Gonzaga University <tritten@gonzaga.edu>

Gary Gabor, Hamline University <ggabor01@hamline.edu>

John Finamore, University of Iowa <john-finamore@uiowa.edu>

 

    Panel abstracts are due on January 25, 2016.  I will email the list of proposed panels by February 1. Panel organizers are responsible for choosing and collecting abstracts for their panels. They should notify the organizers of their decisions by February 29.

 

    We also welcome individual abstracts for papers that do not fall under any of the announced panels.  After the panels are announced in February, you will be able to send your abstract (again, one-page maximum) to the four committee members above.

 

    All abstracts, whether individual or for inclusion in panels, are due by February 23, 2016. Papers may be presented in English, Portuguese, French, German, Spanish, or Italian.  It is recommended that those delivering papers in languages other than English provide printed copies to their audience at the conference.

 

    Please note that anyone giving a paper at the conference must be a member of the ISNS. You may sign up and pay dues on the web site of the Philosophy Documentation Center: 

 

http://secure.pdcnet.org/isns/International-Society-for-Neoplatonic-Studies-(ISNS)

 

Dues are $60.00 per year ($20.00 for students and retirees).   

 

    If you have any questions about the program, registration, or location of the conference, please email Danielle A. Layne at layne@gonzaga.edu

 

Questions about ISNS policies, should be addressed to me at john-finamore@uiowa.edu

 

         The website  is open now at:  http://www.isns2016seattle.com/ 

 

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