Biocentrism and Nonhuman Ethics
This panel is seeking papers that analyze or describe literature or historical events from the angle of human-nonhuman interactions, especially as they relate to ethics and ecology. Ecocritical or ecotheological perspectives are preferred but other perspectives are welcome.
Guidelines and Procedures for Submitting to a PAMLA conference:
The 112th Annual PAMLA Conference will be held at the Riverside Convention Center in Riverside, California, on October 31-November 2, 2014. We hope that you will propose a paper for this conference.
The call for papers for the sessions is posted online. Please check this website for updates and corrections.
Guidelines and Procedures:
Please adhere to the following rules and procedures pertaining to registering for and presenting papers at the conference.
PAMLA is an organization for its members. All participants in the conference must maintain current membership, which runs from January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014. Conference presenters and presiding officers should remit their dues by June 15, and must pay their conference fees by September 10, in order to be listed on the program. PAMLA now offers a combined membership/conference fee option, to make paying for membership and the conference a single step.