CFP: British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011

British Psychological Society, History & Philosophy of Psychology Section

Annual Conference 2011

19th-21st April

Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

CALL FOR PAPERS

The British Psychological Society’s History & Philosophy of Psychology Section invites submissions for its 2011 Annual Conference to be held at Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford (http://www.lmh.ox.ac.uk/).

We invite proposals for individual papers or symposia in any area dealing with conceptual and historical issues in psychology, broadly defined.

The conference’s Keynote Speakers will be Professor Graham Richards (Section Founder Member) and Professor Dan Robinson, University of Oxford (http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/members/dan_robinson).

The conference is open to independent and professional scholars in all relevant fields, not just Section or British Psychological Society members. A limited number of bursaries will be available to students who have had their paper accepted for presentation.

Presentations will be limited to 25 minutes. For individual papers, abstracts should be up to 200 words. For symposia, the submission should include details of the convenor, the speakers, the theme and abstracts of the contributing papers.

All submissions should be sent via email to Dr Geoff Bunn: g.bunn@mmu.ac.uk. The deadline for submissions is MONDAY 13th DECEMBER 2010.

Further information will be posted on the Section’s website in due course: http://www.bps.org.uk/history/events/events_home.cfm

We look forward to meeting friends old and new in Oxford in April.

Dr Geoff Bunn

Senior Lecturer

Chair, BPS

History & Philosophy of Psychology Section

Psychology

Manchester Metropolitan University

Elizabeth Gaskell Campus

Hathersage Road

Manchester M13 0JA

0161 247 2587

g.bunn@mmu.ac.uk

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