CFP: [General] The Impact of Darwin's Ideas in the Humanities and the Social Sciences
Researchers and scholars from all disciplines are invited to submit papers
addressing the impact of Darwinâ€™s ideas in the Humanities and Social
Sciences. Both disciplinary-specific and broadly interdisciplinary
approaches are encouraged.
The symposium honors Charles Darwin's 200th birthday and the 150th
anniversary of the publication of â€Origins of Species,â€
and will be held at San Diego State University, 20-22 November 2009.
Papers accepted for the symposium will be included in a volume to be
published by San Diego State University Press.
Please submit abstracts of no more that 500 words in length to
mark.wheeler_at_sdsu.edu no later than 30 November 2008. Accepted papers
must be completed by the date of the symposium to be included in the
Accepted papers will be announced 1 February 2009.
For more information, contact: Mark Wheeler, Symposium Chair
Department of Philosophy, San Diego State University
(619) 594 -- 6706 or by email: mark.wheeler_at_sdsu.edu
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