For its scholarly presentations, SOPHE prefers argumentative, thesis-driven papers, clearly linked to larger philosophical, historical, and social foundations and issues concerning education as a social institution.
In all cases, individual presentations should be timed to finish within the strict limit of TWENTY (20) MINUTES (roughly eight to ten typed, double-spaced pages), panels (three or more presenters) should be timed to finish in FIFTY (50) MINUTES.
Graduate students are encouraged to present papers.
Proposals should be 200-300 word abstracts or summaries of the presentation.
Versions of presentations may be submitted for publication in the refereed Journal of Philosophy and History of Education and may be up to 15 pages double spaced.
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