42nd International Hume Society Conference
Hosted by Stockholm University Stockholm, Sweden
July 20th–24th 2015
Hume's Life and Biography
Hume's Fictions and Fictionalism
Character and Self in Hume’s Moral Philosophy
James Harris, St. Andrews
Michel B. Gill, University of Arizona
Elisabeth Schellekens Dammann, Uppsala universitet
Book Panel, author meets critics
On Mikko Tolonen's Mandelville and Hume: Anatomists of Civil
Society. Critics are
Aaron Garrett (Boston), Lena Halldenius (Lund), and David Raynor (Ottawa).
Panel on Hume´s fictions and fictionalism
With Saul Traiger (Occidental College), Amy Kind (Claremont
McKenna College), and Matti Eklund (Uppsala).
Panel on Character and Self in Hume's moral
With Donald Ainslie (Toronto), Jane McIntyre (Cleveland State), and Lorraine
Besser-Jones (Middlebury College).
Call for papers:
We invite papers in all areas of Hume studies but especially welcome submissions
bearing some relation to the conference themes:
- Hume's Life and Biography
- Hume's Fictions and Fictionalism
- Character and Self in Hume’s Moral Philosophy
Papers should be no more than thirty minutes reading length (4000 words) and should be submitted with an Abstract (200 words). All self-references should be deleted for anonymous review. Papers and Abstracts must be submitted in English. Papers should not have been published by the date of the conference. Authors may submit their papers as either MS Word documents or in rich text format (RTF).
Papers should be submitted to: www.humesociety.org/conferences/cmgr
Hume Society Young Scholar Awards are given to qualifying graduate students whose papers areaccepted through the normal anonymous review process.
Deadline for Submissions: November 1, 2014
Please email email@example.com for questions regarding paper submissions.
Henrik Bohlin (Södertörn University), Åsa Carlson (Gävle University), Jonas Olson (Stockholm University), Lisa Shapiro (Simon Fraser University), Henning Strandin (Stockholm University).