Keynote speakers: Daniel Garber (Princeton University), Rodolfo Garau (Ca’ Foscari University, Venice)
Venue: ICUB Humanities, 1 Dimitrie Brandza St., 060102, Bucharest, Romania.
It has been a long tradition that early career researchers and graduate students take part in the meetings of the Princeton-Bucharest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy. To preserve this tradition, the Princeton-Bucharest Seminar has joined forces with the Bucharest Graduate Conference in Early Modern Philosophy, which has just reached its 9th edition! The Graduate Conference will take place on October 15-16, right after the Princeton Bucharest Seminar. Graduate students of both Master’s and PhD levels are encouraged to submit abstracts on any topic related to early modern philosophy by the 1st of September 2022. Abstracts should not exceed 800 words. Each participant will be given 20 minutes to present their paper and another 20 minutes for a Q&A session (40 mins total). The program committee will notify authors of its decision by the 5th of September.
Although we aim to organize the conference in person, a hybrid or an entirely online format remains a possibility, depending on the availability of the speakers to present in person. We will discuss presentation details with each speaker individually.
There is no participation fee. However, we are unable to cover any costs related to travel, accommodation etc.
Please send your abstracts and any other inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is organized as part of the Research Project ‘Recipes, Technologies and Experiments: Enactment and the Emergence of Modern Science’, PN-III-P4-ID-PCE-2020-0251. Participants are very welcome to attend both the Seminar (October 14-15) and the Graduate Conference (October 15-16). Stay tuned for more updates!
Update: Consult the conference programme!