STEERING COMMITTEE: M. Balcells (Bucknell), C. Callender (UC San Diego), F. Fischer (Bonn), K. Miller (Sydney), G. Torrengo (Milan)
Board of Advisors: A. Bardon (Wake Forest), F. Correia (Geneva), S. De Bianchi (UAB, Barcelona), H. Demarest (Colorado), N. Deng (Yonsei, Seoul), G.A. Forbes (Kent), C. Hoerl (Warwick), D. Ingram (York), J. Ismael (Arizona), F. Macpherson (Glasgow), U. Meyer (Colgate), P. Øhrstrøm (Aalborg), S. Rosenkranz (ICREA, Barcelona), J. Tallant (Nottingham), E. Thomas (Durham), C. Wüthrich (Geneva)
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Under the auspices of the IAPT, a regular annual meeting on the state of the art in philosophy of time is held, rotating each year between Australasia, the US, and Europe.
Sixth IAPT Meeting
June 24-26, 2019
Boulder, Colorado, USA
The International Association for Philosophy of Time (IAPT) is pleased to announce its sixth annual conference, which will be hosted by the Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science (CHPS) at the University of Colorado, in Boulder, Colorado (USA), from 24th-26th June, 2019 (arrival Sunday 23rd, departure Thursday 27th). The local organizer is Heather Demarest, the program committee is chaired by David Ingram.
Papers suitable for a 30 minute presentation (and no longer than 4,500 words) should be submitted by email (as attachments in .docx or .pdf format) to David Ingram. The deadline for submissions is 12 noon (GMT) on Friday 21st December, 2018. Submissions should be on a topic in the philosophy of time, broadly construed, and should include an abstract of 150-200 words. Each submission should be prepared for blind review and include a word count. Only one paper per person is permitted. Please include author name(s), institutional affiliation, and preferred email address in the body of the email (and not in the paper itself).
Notifications of acceptance will be delivered in February 2019. Selected speakers should confirm their participation before 1st March, 2019. Some funding will be available to graduate student speakers and non-TT faculty speakers. More information will be provided in due course.
At the conference, presentations will be 30 minutes. Presentations will be followed by a 10 minute commentary and a brief reply from the presenter. There will be around 15 minutes for general discussion (Q&A).