Call for Papers: 8th Annual Graduate and Early Career Workshop (Online)
Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace
26th‑27th October 2023, via Zoom
Deadline for submissions: 1st June 2023
The Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace is pleased to announce its 8th Annual Graduate and Early Career Workshop. We invite submissions from current and recent graduate students (within two years of receiving their PhD). Papers should address philosophical issues relating to the ethics of war and peace, broadly construed. This includes, for example, papers on causation, responsibility, authority, partiality, scarcity of resources, collective action, punishment, and self-defence. The Stockholm Centre currently has a particular interest in ethical issues connected to migration and refuge.
Each successful applicant will be allocated a faculty respondent who will provide written comments on the paper and serve as a commentator at the retreat. In order to find the most suitable respondents, faculty will be invited after papers have been selected. Past respondents have included Helen Beebee, Yitzak Benbaji, Garret Cullity, Christopher Finlay, Helen Frowe, Adil Haque, Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Holly Lawford-Smith, Seth Lazar, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, Kieran Oberman, Massimo Renzo, David Rodin, Adam Slavny and Laura Valentini.
Papers should be no longer than 8000 words, including notes, and prepared for blind review. Papers should not have been accepted for publication or given revise and resubmit verdicts at the time of submission. Submissions from graduate students should include a letter from their department confirming their year of study. Submissions from early career researchers should include confirmation that they are within two years of receiving their PhD (e.g., a letter from an examiner or supervisor, or a copy of their PhD certificate). Submissions and enquiries should be sent to [email protected] (subject line: “SUBMISSION Annual Workshop”).