SENE 2: Second Annual Social Epistemology Network Event
Veritas Research Center
Yonsei International Campus
Songdo, South Korea
June 27-29, 2019
- Maria Baghramian (Philosophy, University College Dublin) – to be confirmed
- Melissa Koenig (Psychology, University of Minnesota)
- Michèle Lamont (Sociology, Harvard University) – to be confirmed
- Michael P. Lynch (Philosophy, University of Connecticut)
- Sandy Goldberg (Northwestern University)
- Nikolaj Jang Lee Linding Pedersen (Veritas Research Center, UIC, Yonsei University)
- Joohan Lee (Veritas Research Center, UIC, Yonsei University)
Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2018.
Notifications of acceptance/rejection: March 1, 2019.
Conference programme posted: April 15, 2019.
Applications and enquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite submissions addressing philosophical issues related to social epistemology broadly construed, including but not limited to: testimony, trust, disagreement, epistemic norms, social norms, the epistemology of speech acts, epistemic justice, social epistemology and the internet (e.g. epistemology of social networks, epistemology of search, epistemology of Wikipedia; epistemological dimensions of the human-computer interface, etc.), social epistemology of journalism, the epistemology of groups, social epistemology of science, political epistemology/social epistemology and democracy, and social epistemology and collective action and intentionality.
Submitted papers should be no longer than 4000 words and prepared for anonymous review. Each successful applicant will be allocated a respondent from among the event’s other participants.
4 slots are reserved for graduate students/early career researchers (within 1 year after PhD). Successful graduate /very early career applicants will receive a bursary towards their travel, and have their meals and accommodation covered.
We particularly encourage submissions from women and members of underrepresented groups.