The Association for Political Theory invites proposals for a conference to be held October 17-19, 2003, at Calvin College's Prince Conference Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Association for Political Theory is a new national association devoted to supporting the work of political theorists. One of the central aims of the APT Conference will be to provide a collegial setting in which scholars of all ranks and from all types of institutions will come to know one another while pursuing discussions of their works.
The Association welcomes submissions on all topics in and from all approaches to political theory, political philosophy, and the history of political thought. Faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars are welcome to apply. Papers reflecting on the state of the field are particularly encouraged. In addition, the Program Committee welcomes suggestions for papers or roundtables on the teaching of political theory and the history of political thought. Individuals interested in serving as panel chairs or commentators may also apply. Applicants should be aware that space limitations at the Prince Conference Center might restrict the number of proposals accepted. For more information on the Association and the conference, please write to email@example.com or visit the on-line APT Gateway.
Applying to Participate
To submit a proposal or to volunteer to serve as a chair or discussant, please visit the on-line APT Gateway listed above and use the on-line conference proposal form. Click on the "Inaugural APT Conference" link for that form, as well as for general information on the conference, Calvin College, and Grand Rapids.
Abstracts of no more than 500 words may be submitted, using the on-line form, until February 15, 2003. Individuals willing to serve as chairs or commentators may use the form to indicate their willingness to serve as well. Prospective participants should submit a copy of their CV, which can be attached to the submission form. The on-line conference proposal form is available on the APT Gateway website above.
Individuals who cannot gain access to the website may submit their applications via e-mail or via the U.S. Postal Service to the address below. If submitting a proposal via e-mail or the U.S. Postal Service, please be sure to include the following contact information:
Preferred Telephone Number
However, the Association asks that, if possible, individuals make use of the website form because on-line submissions will greatly simplify the distribution of proposals to the Program Committee.
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