SEP-FEP 2020 Call for Papers

Please see this more recent post for an update regarding the dates and format of the conference.


Call For Papers, 2020 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference

Staffordshire University, UK

27­–28 August 2020

The Society for European Philosophy is delighted to announce its annual conference for 2020. The conference will be run jointly with the Forum for European Philosophy and hosted at Staffordshire University.

Plenary Speakers:

Vera Bühlmannn (Technical University Vienna)

Meena Dhanda (University of Wolverhampton)

The SEP-FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe, aiming to bring together researchers, teachers and students from different disciplines, interested in all areas of contemporary European philosophy. This year, to mark the passing of Michel Serres last June, special consideration will be given to proposals dealing with his work and themes.

Abstract proposals for papers and panels are invited in all areas of European philosophy. Proposals from academics, graduate students and independent scholars are all welcome. Proposals in the areas of feminist philosophy, philosophy of sex and gender, critical philosophy of race and postcolonial philosophy are particularly encouraged.

Submission Instructions:

Abstract proposals for individual papers should be no more than 250-300 words and include author and institutional affiliation on a separate sheet in order to facilitate anonymous review.

Panel proposals should include a brief panel description of no more than 100 words, with participant names and institutional affiliations on a separate sheet, and a 250-300 word abstract for each paper within the panel. Submissions and inquiries can be sent to:

The deadline for submissions is May 31st 2020

Please check the conference website for information on registration, details of the programme etc. as it becomes available:


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