Saturday, February 1, 2014

For graduate students studying military ethics

I received this in an email:

Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace
Graduate Reading Retreat
Cala Galdana, Menorca
19 - 20 September, 2014

Deadline for submissions: 1st March 2014

Call for Papers:

The Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace will host an annual Reading Retreat for graduate students (or those who have very recently obtained their PhD) doing philosophical work in the field of the ethics of war and peace. Each student will have a two hour session (including a 30 minute presentation) on their submitted paper. All papers will be pre-circulated and each student will be allocated a respondent from the invited faculty, who will provide both written comments and a short response during the session. Any student who has their paper accepted will receive a generous contribution towards their travel, and will have the costs of all their meals and accommodation covered.

The 2014 Retreat will be held at the Sol Gavilanes hotel in Cala Galdana, Menorca on the 19 - 20th of September, 2014 .
The invited faculty are:

David Rodin (ELAC, Oxford)
David R. Mapel (Political Science, UC Boulder)
Laura Valentini (Government, LSE)
Helen Frowe (Philosophy, Stockholm)
Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen (Politics, Aarhus)
Massimo Renzo (Philosophy, Warwick)

Those wishing to submit a paper should email it to no later than 1st March 2014. Papers should be no longer than 10,000 words, excluding references, and should be suitable for blind-refereeing. Please include your name, email address and affiliation in the submitting email, along with a one page CV. You should also attach a letter from your supervisor or head of department confirming that as of the 1st of March 2014 you are registered as a graduate student or had your viva within the last six months, and confirming your year of study. Please do not include letters of reference or other supporting materials.

Please forward this to your graduate students. Any enquiries should be directed to Helen Frowe (
Dr. Helen Frowe
Director, Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace
Wallenberg Academy Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Stockholm

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