Heidegger Circle 2019 Call for Papers .pdf
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Heidegger Circle 2019 Call For Papers
The Heidegger Circle invites you to submit papers to its 53rd Annual Meeting
hosted by Nazareth College in Rochester, NY, May 16-19, 2019.
Conference Theme: Freedom
We invite you to submit papers on any aspect of Heidegger’s thought, with the suggestion that the theme of
“freedom” be a significant starting point for reflection with Heidegger’s works in mind. We will continue to
accept several kinds of paper submissions:
Traditional Submissions: Traditional papers to be read aloud
and published in the Proceedings. These submissions should be
no more than 4000 words (excluding notes & references) and
prepared for blind review. Please include a 250-word abstract.
The reading time for your paper should be 20 minutes or less.
Heidegger's Hut, Todtnauberg (Photo: S. Campbell)
Panel proposals: Three or four presenters making a brief
presentation (up to ten minutes each) giving their thoughts on
the panel topic, with a significant amount of the remaining time
given over to discussion with each other and with the
conference attendees. Panel proposals are strongly encouraged.
Please include a 500 word abstract for each participant and a
250-word panel abstract.
Oral Presentations: Presenter gives a fifteen-minute oral presentation, leaving substantial time for questions
and discussion with the conference attendees. These nontraditional presentations may be one individual or two
related presentations. Oral presentations, offering a fuller opportunity for discussion, are strongly encouraged.
Please include a 250-word abstract, draft of remarks, outline, or brief paper of 2500 words to be included in the
Proceedings but not read in the traditional format. These should be prepared for blind review.
General Formatting Guidelines: Submissions should be in .doc or .docx version 2010 or later (please, no PDF
submissions). 12 point font, Times New Roman, 1” margins on all sides, footnotes (10 point font), no endnotes.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for Submissions: February 1st, 2019. All
questions regarding submissions and the conference should be directed to Scott Campbell, 2019 Convener, at
this email address: email@example.com.
More information about the Heidegger Circle can be found at:
www.heidegger-circle.org. To be added to the Heidegger
Circle “Interested Parties” list, contact John Rose at
firstname.lastname@example.org. For membership in the Heidegger
Circle, please find our PayPal portal at http://heideggercircle.org/join.html
Hotel Accommodations: Rooms are available at the Woodcliff
Hotel ($129/night + taxes) (Call for Free Airport Pick Up) under
the name Heidegger Circle. Call 585-381-4000. The deadline
for reservations is April 16, 2019 but you are strongly
View from Heidegger's Hut (Photo: S. Campbell)
encouraged to make your reservation before March 16, 2019
(and then cancel if necessary). Dorms: You may also book a room (two room/shared bathroom suite) in the
dorms on the Nazareth College campus ($45/night). Please send an email to email@example.com
indicating which nights you will stay in the dorm and any requests for a suitemate.