WPA MANDATE

The WPA began as an informal alumni society for the Department of Philosophy at the University of Windsor. Shortly after the inception of the WPA it became a loose knit association of alumni from the department of philosophy, philosophers located in Windsor, and generally friends of philosophy within the region. This more general association was intended to be an open group that supports the development of a critical community of the philosophically minded within the region. The WPA supported both student and independent scholarship and encourages philosophers to bring their research beyond the bounds of the university and into the public sphere.
In May of 2013, the WPA transformed again into the WP(A)A, a registered Non-Profit Corporation and Charitable Organization in Ontario. The notion behind this latest transformation is to establish a non-profit artist organization (akin to Artcite, Windsor) dedicated to supporting independent philosophical scholarship and philosophers intervention events within the greater Windsor region.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

CALL FOR PAPERS: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS: AN UNDERGRADUATE PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE


The Department of Philosophy at the University of Windsor Presents
the 4th Annual

Critical Reflections:
An Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

Call for Papers

Undergraduate students interested in participating are invited to submit a paper of no more than 2500 words for a planned 20-minute presentation. Contributions from any area of philosophy are welcome. Papers and questions should be submitted to: uwphil@gmail.com. Papers should be received by no later than January 21st 2011. Submissions should be prepared for blind review with all identifying and contact information in the body of the e-mail and the paper as a separate attachment. ‘Critical Reflections’ will be held on Friday April 1st 2011 in McPherson Lounge, Alumni Hall at the University of Windsor.* This is a great chance for undergraduate students interested in philosophical issues to gain experience showcasing their work and engaging with their peers.

The conference will be followed by a keynote address from Professor of Philosophy:

Bettina Bergo
Associate Professor, University of Montréal

Supported by:

The Humanities Reasearch Group 
and
The University of Windsor
With special thanks to:
Dr. Marcello Guarini, Research Leadership Chair, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr. Antonio Rossini and Ms. Yvette Bulmer of the Humanities Research Group (HRG)
Dr. Radu Neculau, Dr. Jeff Noonan, and the entire University of Windsor Department of Philosophy
Grant Yocom  <windsorphilosophy.blogspot.com>

*Some travel bursaries will be made available to those who qualify to help offset some of the expenses incurred while attending. Contact uwphil@gmail.com for further details.

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