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>Subject: CFP: East/West Philosophy Conference (9/18/05; 11/4/05-11/5/05)
>The Eighth Annual Building Bridges Conference will be held at
>Southern Illinois University Carbondale on Friday and Saturday,
>November 4 – 5, 2005. This year's theme is "East and West" and
>we are pleased to have Philip J. Ivanhoe as the keynote speaker.
>Although we prefer papers of philosophical or religious interest,
>we welcome comparative papers from any discipline that address
>some relation between the East and the West. Topics may include
>but are not limited to:
>(1) A particular theme, issue, problem, etc. explored by both a
> Western and an Eastern thinker.
>(2) Historical or philosophical influence of an Eastern thinker
> on a Western thinker, or vice versa.
>(3) Placing an Eastern thinker in dialogue with a Western
>(4) An Eastern response/approach to a particular Western
> problem/issue, or vice versa.
>Papers should not exceed 3000 words. On the first page of your
>paper, include the following items:
> Word count (3000 words maximum)
> Author’s name
> Institutional affiliation (if any)
> Email address
> Telephone number
> The paper’s title
> An abstract (150 word maximum)
>Email a copy of your paper, as an attachment, in Microsoft Word
>format (.doc) to [log in to unmask]
>If necessary, you may also send it, as an attachment, in Adobe
>Portable Document Format (PDF). Please title your paper as
>follows: YourLastName_YourFirst Name. For example: Smith_John.
>Papers must be received by September 18th. Papers will be
>reviewed by a committee, and notification of acceptance will be
>made via email by October 1st.
>Please direct any questions to Travis Smith at:
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