One last reminder that Monday is the deadline for submitting your abstract for next year’s Telos Conference in New York. The conference, which will take place on February 14-15, 2015, will focus on the theme of “Universal History, Philosophical History, and the Fate of Humanity.” For the full call for papers and other details, please visit the conference page at the Telos-Paul Piccone Institute website. If you wish to present a paper, send in your abstract (no more than 250 words) and a short c.v. to firstname.lastname@example.org and place “The 2015 Telos Conference” in the email’s subject line.
Whether you are presenting a paper or simply attending, the annual Telos conference is an event you won’t want to miss. Now in its ninth year running, these yearly gatherings bring together scholars from around the world for thoughtful presentations and engaged discussions, all within the heart of New York City.
At last month’s Telos in Europe Conference in L’Aquila, David Pan, Executive Director of the Telos-Paul Piccone Institute, discussed the Institute’s plans for future conferences, including an upcoming event at UC Irvine on “Europe and the World: World War I as a Crisis of Universalism.”