published by Catherine Robb on Tue, 03/10/2015 - 08:50
Calling all London based philosophy students. Are you interested in contributing to the debate on why your philosophy curriculum is biased towards certain representative groups? If so, make sure you get along to this event, or get in touch with the organisers to see how you could get involved: https://www.facebook.com/events/811557268929542
published by Catherine Robb on Tue, 02/24/2015 - 09:50
The BPPA is pleased to announce and confirm details for the two official masterclasses of 2015. Please see below for more details.
Masterclass One: Institute of Philosophy, London, 14th-15th May, 2015
Masterclass Two: University of Liverpool, 2nd-3rd October, 2015
First 2015 BPPA Masterclass: Objectivity, Space and Mind
Institute of Philosophy, London, 14th-15th May, 2015
With Bill Brewer, King’s College London and M. G. F. Martin, University College London/U. C. Berkeley
published by Catherine Robb on Tue, 02/24/2015 - 09:36
The 2015 BPPA Annual Conference will be hosted by the University of Southampton, 23-25th June, 2015.
Please see below their Call for Papers. The BPPA encourages postgraduates to submit papers - this will be a great opportunity to discuss your research with peers and to take part in our unique careers day.
published by Catherine Robb on Mon, 10/27/2014 - 21:57
The University of Edinburgh will be holding a masterclass in practical philosophy -- ethics, metaethics, political philosophy -- on March 12th, 2015 we This is for MA/MSc/BPhil/MLitt/MRes (etc) level students from any institution. If you are interested in these areas of philosophy then please consider coming along!
For information and registration details see here:
published by Catherine Robb on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 13:42
The British Postgraduate Philosophy Association Invitation for Applications
to Organise and Host the Annual Conference and Careers Day 2015
The BPPA Annual Conference
Now in its 18th year, the BPPA annual conference began in 1997 with the dual aims of featuring the highest quality postgraduate work in philosophy, and finding creative ways to satisfy the development needs of current graduate students. The preferred format includes a traditional two-day postgraduate philosophy conference, and an entire day devoted to career preparation. To our knowledge, this particular programme is not offered by any other graduate philosophy conference in the world. The format has proved to be widely successful and the BPPA are always open to further innovation so as to benefit the diverse expectations of the current postgraduate community.
published by Neil McDonnell on Thu, 08/21/2014 - 11:35
In December 2013 BPPA were asked to nominate a postgraduate representative to the Executive Committee of the BPA. At the subsequent BPPA committee meeting Neil McDonnell was nominated.
Prior to meeting with the executive the BPPA committee met to discuss what issues could be raised. An email had been sent asking regional reps to forward what concerns they wished to have raised but no issues were forthcoming. Three items were agreed:
published by Neil McDonnell on Wed, 07/23/2014 - 13:14
*Posted on behalf of MAP*
To interested academic philosophers in the UK:
In order to examine and address issues of participation faced by minority and underrepresented groups in academic philosophy (e.g. gender, race, native-language, sexual orientation, class, and disability minorities), a number of UK departments have recently started to build a UK network of chapters of MAP ( www.mapforthegap.com ).