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), D.Deasy (UC Dublin), H. Demarest (Colorado), N. Deng (Yonsei, Seoul), G.A. Forbes (Kent), C. Hoerl (Warwick), D. Ingram (York), J. Ismael (Columbia University), F. Macpherson (Glasgow), U. Meyer (Colgate), P. Øhrstrøm (Aalborg), S. Rosenkranz (ICREA, Barcelona), J. Tallant (Nottingham), E. Thomas (Durham), C. Wüthrich (Geneva)

The International Association for the Philosophy of Time (IAPT) would like to welcome its newest member the Society for the Philosophy of Time (SPoT). Go to for more information on SPoT’s research, publications, and events.

The IAPT is formed by the Philosophy of Time Society, the Centre for Time, the Centre for Philosophy of Time, the Society for Philosophy of Time, and the Irish Society for the Philosophy of Time.

The main purpose of IAPT is facilitating the exchange of information and collaboration in joint projects.

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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.

Seventh IAPT Meeting

July 5-7, 2022
Barcelona, Spain

The International Association for Philosophy of Time (IAPT) is pleased to announce its 7th annual conference, to be held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain (July 5-7, 2022). The conference is sponsored by the ERC project PROTEUS – Paradoxes and Metaphors of Time in Early Universe(s) (GA758145)

Keynote speakers

Steve Carlip (UC Davis)
Daniel Deasy (Dublin)
Natalja Deng (Seoul)
Yuval Dolev (Bar-Ilan)
Eleanor Knox (King’s College London)
Emily Thomas (Durham)

Organizing committee: Silvia De Bianchi, Carl Hoefer, Sven Rosenkranz, and Giuliano Torrengo.

Program committee: Dave Ingram (chair), Maria Balcells, Silvia De Bianchi, Natalja Deng, Carl Hoefer, Kristie Miller, Sven Rosenkranz, and Giuliano Torrengo.

Call for Papers

Papers suitable for a 30 minute presentation (and no longer than 5,000-words) should be submitted by email (as attachments in .docx or .pdf format) to the programme committee (

Each submission should be prepared for blind review and include a word count and a 200-word abstract. Submissions on any topic in the philosophy of time are welcome, and we encourage papers discussing time in quantum gravity and cosmology.

Only one submission per person is permitted (note: a coauthored paper counts as one submission for each of the coauthors). Please include name, institutional affiliation, and preferred email address in the main body of the email (and not on the paper itself).

Some funding will be available to graduate student speakers and non-tenure-track faculty speakers. More information will be provided in due course. If you are a graduate student or non-tenure-track faculty, and you would like to be considered for a travel bursary, please indicate this in the submission email.

The deadline for submissions is 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 28th January 2022. The papers will be circulated for blind review and notifications of acceptance will be delivered in March. Selected speakers will be asked to confirm their participation and attendance before 1st April.

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