If you will be attending the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in New Orleans this year, we invited you to join us at one or both of the Deep South Philosophy & Neuroscience Workgroup affiliate meetings.
This meeting will explore work on the scientific, medical-ethical, legal, and political dimensions of gender identity. The goal is to foster interdisciplinary research on gender identity between scholars in the sciences and humanities to promote the development of a holistic perspective.
The Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup announces a Call for Abstracts for presentation at its second annual Memphis in Spring meeting April 12-13 (Friday & Saturday) at beautiful Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.
The full program for the sixth annual meeting of the Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup, Philosophy & Neuroscience @The Gulf VI is now available.
Please share the PDF of this CFA. DATES: Thursday, September 28 through Saturday, September 30, 2023 LOCATION: Beachfront Hilton Pensacola Beach Hotel, Pensacola Beach, Florida (For the first time since 2019, we will meet at the same hotel & time Read more
FIRST CALL FOR ABSTRACTS/ SAVE THE DATES! Philosophy & Neuroscience @ The Gulf VI Sixth Annual Meeting of the Deep South Philosophy & Neuroscience Workgroup Art work Caroline Cooper DATES: Thursday, September 28 through Saturday, September 30, 2023 LOCATION: Beachfront Read more
This work group meeting will explore neuroscientific and philosophical work on gender identity and its relation to constructs like ‘neural sex differences’ and ‘sexual orientation’. It aims to familiarize neuroscientists and philosophers with work on these topics in their respective fields and to promote interdisciplinary collaboration in their study.
For the first time, the Deep South Philosophy & Neuroscience Workgroup will have a Spring Meeting.
The Deep South Philosophy & Neuroscience Workgroup kicked off the Spring 2023 conference season with Marco Nathan’s “Author Meets Critics” session at the Central APA in Denver (February 22-25). Marco’s book (Oxford University Press, 2021) is Black Boxes: How Science Read more
Philosophy & Neuroscience at the Gulf V. Updated daily throughout the conference. The best laid plans… More coming as I’m able. Send your best photos to firstname.lastname@example.org Placeholder photo as we await your contributions.