University of Melbourne
November 28 – 30, 2022
The ASCP provides a broad intellectual forum for scholars working within or in communication with continental philosophy and European philosophical traditions. We welcome papers from philosophers, non-philosophers and anti-philosophers working in any discipline, from diverse backgrounds at any stage of their career.
Registration for the conference is now available.
Scholars are only allowed to present one paper in the conference. An exception may be made if a scholar is also providing commentary at a book panel.
Please note, abstract submission for the 2022 conference has now closed.
To support scholars who cannot travel to Melbourne or who cannot present in person, we are offering limited places on an online stream. If you wish to apply for the online stream, please indicate so in the abstract submission form. Online participation will include access to the keynotes and to online panels only.
Deadline for submissions: 15 September.
The 2022 ASCP conference this year will be part of the Congress of the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences. www.chass.org.au/congress
The ASCP awards a limited number of bursaries to assist postgraduate and under-employed academics to participate in the conference if they are unable to obtain funding from their home institution.
Deadline for bursary applications: 30 September.
For information about accommodation and childcare options, COVID planning, the conference venue and the city of Melbourne, please take a look at the website of the Congress of the Humanities, Arts and the Social Sciences, in which the 2022 ASCP Conference is participating.
All participants in the ASCP conference ought to conform with the University of Melbourne's COVID-19 policy.
- Thomas Corbin
- Joe Hughes
- Marilyn Stendera
- Dimitris Vardoulakis