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  • Cosmin I. Andron
    Call for Papers FORDHAM UNIVERSITY Presents an International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, 2003 Friday, October 31- November 2, 2003
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      Call for Papers



      an International Conference on

      Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, 2003

      Friday, October 31- November 2, 2003

      Including the annual meetings of scholarly societies in the history of
      ancient and medieval philosophy:
      The 21st annual meetings of Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
      (SAGP); Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS),
      International Society for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS); the 4th annual
      meeting of Association of Chinese Philosophers in America (ACPA), and

      Submissions are Invited on Topics in the Philosophical Traditions of the
      Ancient and Medieval Worlds: Western (Greek and Roman); Middle Eastern;
      Judaic; Christian; Islamic; Africana;
      Indic (Hindu, Sanskrit, Sikh); Central Asian; East Asian

      Fordham University
      Lincoln Center
      33 W 60th St.
      New York, NY 10023

      Submission of Abstracts
      Please submit your abstract of no more than ten sentences for review,
      with your name, academic affiliation, mailing and e-mail address to the
      program organizer for your field, by April 1, 2003. Panels may be
      proposed as well.

      *Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy: Anthony Preus
      (apreus@...), Gerald Press, (gpress@...),

      Daryl M. Tress (tress@...)
      *Neoplatonism: Daryl M. Tress (tress@...)
      *Ancient and Medieval Judaic Philosophy: Oliver Leaman
      *Medieval Christian Philosophy: Joseph Koterski, S.J.
      *Islamic, Zoroastrian, and Africana Philosophy: Parviz Morewedge
      *Indic Philosophy: Neal Delmonico (ndelmonico@...)

      *Chinese and other East Asian Philosophy: Yong Huang
      *Tibetan Philosophy: Marie Friquegnon (friquegnonM@...)
      *Sikh Philosophy: Arvind Mandair (arvindmandair@...)

      *For abstract submissions in other areas please contact either of the
      conference coordinators: Daryl Tress (tress@...) or Parviz
      Morewedge (pmorewed@...)

      The aim of this conference and the only official position that it
      supports is that of providing an open forum for furthering research and
      collaboration among scholars in the study of ancient and medieval
      philosophy worldwide. All scholars regardless of their religious
      orientation, national origin, gender, political or methodological
      orientations are invited to submit abstracts to participate in this
      meeting. All submissions undergo standard peer evaluation. The content
      of papers represents the views of the presenter, and not necessarily
      those of the members of the program committee or affiliated
      institutions. No specific political, religious, philosophical, or
      methodological statement is recognized as the official position or
      result of this conference.


      All participants will be charged a registration fee of $45, which covers
      the Conference program and refreshments. Participants receive a ten
      percent discount on all books. Please make a check to “Global Scholarly
      Publications” and send it to: Prof. Parviz Morewedge, Global Scholarly
      Publications, 220Madison Avenue, Suite 11G, New York, NY 10016.
      Members of academic institutions are invited to attend panels without
      any charge.


      Lodging is available at hotels in the area, from approximately $100-$250
      per night. The following hotels are recommended for participants: Grand
      Union Hotel, 34 E.32nd Street, New York, NY 10016 (between Madison and
      Park Avenues), (212) 683-5890. Conference rates per night: $90(up to two
      persons and a child); $110 two beds; $125 three beds (up to four persons
      and a child). The Radisson Empire Hotel, 44 W. 63rd Street (between
      Broadway and Columbus Avenues) (212) 265-7400, is several blocks from
      Lincoln Center, with room rates for Fordham University Conference
      participants under $200.
      In addition, a number of local “host families” from the LDS Church have
      volunteered to accommodate conference participants in their homes;
      please contact Renee Green for specifics at the following e-mail:
      There are numerous eateries within several blocks of the Fordham Lincoln
      Center campus where meals may be had in any price range.

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