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Call for papers – Third SFPJ Conference

Call for papers

Third SFPJ Conference

Strasbourg, 26-27 September 2024

The official languages of the Conference are French and English. Papers may be submitted and presented in either of these languages.

The SFPJ organises its Third Conference in Strasbourg on 26-27 September 2024. This event is structured around four plenary lectures and a dozen of more informal workshops devoted each to one given topic.
In order to present a paper at one of these workshops, one must submit a proposal. In addition, anyone can propose to organise a workshop on a given theme during the conference. 

Workshop Proposals

Anyone can propose to organise a workshop on a given theme during the conference. To do so, a proposal containing the scientific programme of the planned workshop and the provisional list of speakers must be submitted to the SFPJ

Individual Paper Submission

In order to present a paper at one of these workshops, one must submit a proposal which should not exceed 2500 characters (including spaces). The SFPJ does not intend to favour any particular theme, method or school of thought: any work in the broad field of legal and political theory and philosophy may be submitted. The selected papers will be grouped in thematic workshops in the most coherent way possible.

Proposals for papers and workshops

Proposals for papers and workshops should be sent to bureau.sfpj[at]gmail.com with the subject line “SFPJ 2024: Proposal”. Each proposal for a paper or workshop should be accompanied by a short bio-bibliographical note introducing the author. The deadline for submission of proposals for papers and workshops is March 31st, 2024. Those whose proposals for papers or workshops have been selected will be informed by April 30th, 2024.



Cite this blog post
Stella Volpe (2024, January 31). Call for papers – Third SFPJ Conference. Carnet de recherche PanLabInter. Retrieved June 20, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/vq85

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