The British Society for the Philosophy of Science’s 2022 meeting will take place in Exeter between the 6th and 8th of July. In addition to selected individual talks and symposia there will be a presidential address from Rachel Cooper, a keynote from Mary Morgan and a round-table on open science.
Registration fees include lunch and refreshments during the conference and the drinks reception.
Catering will be Vegan as default.
Optional extra: Conference dinner at Brewdog [£20 per person, drinks additional at bar prices]
Early Bird rate, ends on the 29th May 2022.
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IOW-Arch is a biennial conference devoted to the archaeology and material culture of the Indian Ocean World. It was inaugurated in 2020 at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, where it will again return in 2022
The IOW-Arch 2022 conference will be a hybrid event with both in-person and Zoom options. The conference will begin on Monday 19th, with an introduction and presentations, followed by a reception. The conference will resume on Tuesday 20th with presentations followed by closing remarks and discussion. There will then be a conference dinner (at participants own expense).
Registration. Both speakers and non-speaking audience members are welcome to register.
For those attending in-person: Registration costs £30 (£15 for students) and includes conference programme, drinks reception on Monday 19th, and refreshments and lunch on Tuesday 20th.
For those attending online, please select the appropriate ticket below. We have not set the online tickets at a fixed price, to ensure that the conference is affordable for scholars of the Indian Ocean World regardless of their geographical location. Instead, we request that you make a contribution through the appropriate page below if you are able to do so.
For those wishing to present, please see the conference website for details, including abstract submission information www.iow-arch.com.
A hybrid conference on philosophic issues relating to psychedelic studies. Presenters include students from Exeter's thriving postgraduate MA and PhD courses, postdocs affiliated to research in Philosophy and Psychology, as well as eminent international scholars.
The aim of this year’s annual Vocabulary Studies SIG Conference is to bring together vocabulary researchers who approach the study of vocabulary from multiple perspectives. The conference will be an excellent opportunity to foster fruitful discussions about the multifaceted nature of vocabulary and to engage with present and future vocabulary research avenues.