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Call For Papers: The 27th Boulder Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science
University of Colorado at Boulder
September 23rd – 25th, 2011
The Boulder Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science is an annual event focusing on a key topic in history and philosophy of science. Special invitations are extended to scholars in the Colorado area, but national and international participants are equally welcome.
This year’s topic is: History and Philosophy of Physics
Daniel Kennefick (Department of Physics, University of Arkansas)
Laura Ruetsche (Department of Philosophy, University of Michigan)
Papers on any aspect of the history or philosophy of science are encouraged. Since the conference focus this year will be on history and philosophy of physics, some preference will be given to papers that focus on topics related to either of those areas.
To be considered for the program, either submit a completed paper with short abstract, or an extended (up to 1000 words) abstract. (Graduate students are asked to submit a completed paper.)
Any questions may be directed to one of the two conference organizers: Allan Franklin (Department of Physics, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bradley Monton (Department of Philosophy, email@example.com). Submissions are due by 15 July 2011 and should be sent as an email attachment ( in .doc or .pdf format) to both Professors Franklin and Monton. Acceptances will be announced by 1 August 2011.
Graduate students are encouraged to submit for the program; those whose papers are accepted will receive a modest stipend of $100 to help offset expenses.
The Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science at University of Colorado at Boulder is cosponsored by the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, the Center for the Humanities and the Arts, and by the following University of Colorado Departments: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Geological Sciences; History; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology; Philosophy; Mathematics; and Physics.