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SSHAP 2024 Conference Information and Program

The conference registration fee is $95 waged, $45 others for in-person participation; $45 waged, $20 others for online participation. The conference dinner is $65.

Here is the registration link: https://secure.touchnet.com/C21646_ustores/web/store_main.jsp?STOREID=296

If you would like to participate in the conference dinner on Friday, June 28, in Middletown, please register for the dinner (same link as above) by June 13.

The conference venue in Hartford is the Graduate Business Learning Center (UConn School of Business), 100 Constitution Plaza, corner of Market and Kinsley Streets, Hartford, CT 06103.  The venue in Middletown is at The Frank Center for Public Affairs of Wesleyan University 238 Church Street, Middletown, CT 06459.

Conference hotel rate is available at Candlewood Suites Downtown Hartford,370 Market Street, Hartford, CT  06120,+1 860-724-1074. This is a 10-minute walk to the Hartford conference venue, including a highway underpass. $179 per night plus tax. To book, call the hotel, tell them you’re going to the SSHAP conference organized by the University of Connecticut (be sure to ask them to look up both University of Connecticut *and* the SSHAP conference), and “rebook” the room in your name with a credit card.

There will be free bus transportation from Hartford to Wesleyan (a 20 minute drive) departing at 8 am on Friday, 28th June from Marriott Downtown, 200 Columbus Blvd, Hartford, CT 06103, and back to Hartford after the conference dinner, at 9pm.

CFA extended: SSHAP 2024 in Hartford and Middletown, Connecticut

The twelfth annual conference of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) will be held at the University of Connecticut and Wesleyan University in, respectively, Hartford and Middletown, Connecticut from June 27–29, 2024. The annual meeting is locally organized by Marcus Rossberg (University of Connecticut) and Sanford Shieh (Wesleyan University). The main conference venue will be at the UConn Graduate Business Learning Center (Hartford) and the Public Affairs Center of Wesleyan (Middletown).

The meeting is to be held in-person; preference will be given to submitted talks that are able to be presented in-person. There will be a limited number of time slots available for those who need to present a paper remotely by video. Participants who wish to use this option should indicate this in their cover sheet.

Invited Speakers

  • Sandra Laugier, Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Ian Proops, University of Texas at Austin
  • Gregory Landini, University of Iowa

SSHAP – Call for Abstracts

SSHAP is an international organization aimed at promoting discussion in all areas of scholarship concerning the development of analytic philosophy. It welcomes scholars interested in the many ways in which this development was influenced by thinkers such as Bolzano, Brentano and his school, Husserl, Frege, Russell, the Vienna Circle, Wittgenstein, Tarski, Quine, and the Polish school, for instance, but also seeks to promote work engaging with lesser-known figures and trends, and its reception in countries right across the world. SSHAP invites submissions for its annual conference. Paper submissions in all areas of the history of analytic philosophy are welcome.

Submission Deadline

The extended submission deadline is March 15, 2024. In the past, some of the papers presented at the annual conference were published in the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy.

Submission Instructions

Authors are requested to submit their long abstract electronically according to the following guidelines.

Long abstracts (500-1000 words) should be prepared for anonymous refereeing, put into PDF file format, and sent as an email attachment to sshap2024 [at] gmail.com. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission”, and the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including:

  1. return email address
  2. author’s name
  3. affiliation
  4. paper title
  5. short abstract (50-100 words)
  6. whether you will need to present remotely if your paper is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).

Panel submissions

Panel submissions involving multiple authors presenting on a theme(s), figure(s), text(s), trend(s), and/or traditions in in all areas of the history of analytical philosophy are welcome. A panel organizer or a corresponding panelist are requested to submit their long panel proposal electronically according to the following guidelines:

Long proposals (500-1000 words) describing the panel’s theme and its panelists and their respective papers should be prepared for blind refereeing, put into PDF file format, and sent as an email attachment to sshap2024 [at] gmail.com. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission (panel)”, and the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including:

  1. return email address
  2. organizer’s or corresponding author’s name
  3. affiliation
  4. panel title
  5. short abstract (50-100 words)
  6. the names and affiliations of all panelists
  7. whether any panelists will need to present remotely if your panel is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).

CFA: SSHAP 2024 in Hartford and Middletown, Connecticut

The twelfth annual conference of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) will be held at the University of Connecticut and Wesleyan University in, respectively, Hartford and Middletown, Connecticut from June 27–29, 2024. The annual meeting is locally organized by Marcus Rossberg (University of Connecticut) and Sanford Shieh (Wesleyan University). The main conference venue will be at the UConn Hartford campus and the Public Affairs Center of Wesleyan.

The meeting is to be held in-person; preference will be given to submitted talks that are able to be presented in-person. There will be a limited number of time slots available for those who need to present a paper remotely by video. Participants who wish to use this option should indicate this in their cover sheet.

Invited Speakers

  • Sandra Laugier, Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Ian Proops, University of Texas at Austin
  • Gregory Landini, University of Iowa

SSHAP – Call for Abstracts

SSHAP is an international organization aimed at promoting discussion in all areas of scholarship concerning the development of analytic philosophy. It welcomes scholars interested in the many ways in which this development was influenced by thinkers such as Bolzano, Brentano and his school, Husserl, Frege, Russell, the Vienna Circle, Wittgenstein, Tarski, Quine, and the Polish school, for instance, but also seeks to promote work engaging with lesser-known figures and trends, and its reception in countries right across the world. SSHAP invites submissions for its annual conference. Paper submissions in all areas of the history of analytic philosophy are welcome.

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is February 14, 2024. In the past, some of the papers presented at the annual conference were published in the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy.

Submission Instructions

Authors are requested to submit their long abstract electronically according to the following guidelines.

Long abstracts (500-1000 words) should be prepared for anonymous refereeing, put into PDF file format, and sent as an email attachment to sshap2024 [at] gmail.com. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission”, and the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including:

  1. return email address
  2. author’s name
  3. affiliation
  4. paper title
  5. short abstract (50-100 words)
  6. whether you will need to present remotely if your paper is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).

Panel submissions

Panel submissions involving multiple authors presenting on a theme(s), figure(s), text(s), trend(s), and/or traditions in in all areas of the history of analytical philosophy are welcome. A panel organizer or a corresponding panelist are requested to submit their long panel proposal electronically according to the following guidelines:

Long proposals (500-1000 words) describing the panel’s theme and its panelists and their respective papers should be prepared for blind refereeing, put into PDF file format, and sent as an email attachment to sshap2024 [at] gmail.com. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission (panel)”, and the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including:

  1. return email address
  2. organizer’s or corresponding author’s name
  3. affiliation
  4. panel title
  5. short abstract (50-100 words)
  6. the names and affiliations of all panelists
  7. whether any panelists will need to present remotely if your panel is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).

SSHAP 2023 in Berlin

Registration

Presenters and participants should register here for the SSHAP annual meeting (the downloadable program is below): https://www.store.abdn.ac.uk/product-catalogue/events/college-of-arts-and-social-sciences/school-of-divinity-history-and-philosophy/sshap-conference.

11th Annual Conference of SSHAP

The eleventh annual conference of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) will be held at Humboldt University in Berlin from July 13 – 15, 2023. The annual meeting is locally organized by Michael Beaney (University of Aberdeen / Humboldt University) and is sponsored by the the Institute of Philosophy at Humboldt University and the British Society for the History of Philosophy. The main conference venue will be in the Festsaal at Luisenstraße 56, 10115 Berlin, Germany.

The meeting is to be held in-person; preference will be given to submitted talks that are able to be presented in-person. There will be some time slots available for persons who need to present a paper remotely by video; persons who wish to use this option should indicate this in their cover sheet (no rationale is required to be given to the conference organizers).

Invited Speakers

  • Alex Klein (McMaster University)
  • Rachael Wiseman (University of Liverpool)
  • Jiang Yi (Shanxi University)

Program

Abstracts

CFA: SSHAP 2023 in Berlin

The eleventh annual conference of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) will be held at Humboldt University in Berlin from July 13 – 15, 2023. The annual meeting is locally organized by Michael Beaney (University of Aberdeen / Humboldt University) and is sponsored by the the Institute of Philosophy at Humboldt University and the British Society for the History of Philosophy. The main conference venue will be in the Festsaal at Luisenstraße 56, 10115 Berlin, Germany.

The meeting is to be held in-person; preference will be given to submitted talks that are able to be presented in-person. There will be some time slots available for persons who need to present a paper remotely by video; persons who wish to use this option should indicate this in their cover sheet (no rationale is required to be given to the conference organizers).

Invited Speakers

  • Alex Klein (McMaster University)
  • Rachael Wiseman (University of Liverpool)
  • Jiang Yi (Shanxi University)

SSHAP – Call for Abstracts

SSHAP is an international organization aimed at promoting discussion in all areas of scholarship concerning the development of analytic philosophy. It welcomes scholars interested in the many ways in which this development was influenced by thinkers such as Bolzano, Brentano and his school, Husserl, Frege, Russell, the Vienna Circle, Wittgenstein, Tarski, Quine, and the Polish school, for instance, but also seeks to promote work engaging with lesser known figures and trends, and its reception in countries right across the world. SSHAP invites submissions for its annual conference. Paper submissions in all areas of the history of analytic philosophy are welcome.

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is February 10, 2023. In the past, some of the papers presented at the annual conference were published in the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy.

Submission Instructions

Authors are requested to submit their long abstract electronically according to the following guidelines:

  1. Long abstracts (500-1000 words) should be prepared for blind refereeing,
  2. put into PDF file format, and
  3. sent as an email attachment to Michael Beaney (michael.beaney[at]abdn.ac.uk).
  4. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission”, and
  5. the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including
    • a) return email address
    • b) author’s name
    • c) affiliation
    • d) paper title
    • e) short abstract (50-100 words)
    • f) academic rank
    • g) whether you will need to present remotely if your paper is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).

Panel submissions

Panel submissions involving multiple authors presenting on a theme(s), figure(s), text(s), trend(s), and/or traditions in in all areas of the history of analytical philosophy are welcome. A panel organizer or a corresponding panelist are requested to submit their long panel proposal electronically according to the following guidelines:

  1. Long proposals (500-1000 words) describing the panel’s theme and its panelists and their respective papers should be prepared for blind refereeing,
  2. put into PDF file format, and
  3. sent as an email attachment to Michael Beaney (michael.beaney[at]abdn.ac.uk).
  4. The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission (panel)”, and
  5. the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including
    • a) return email address
    • b) organizer’s or corresponding author’s name
    • c) affiliation
    • d) panel title
    • e) short abstract (50-100 words)
    • f) academic rank
    • g) the names and academic ranks of all panelists
    • h) whether any panelists will need to present remotely if your panel is accepted.

Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).