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Australasian Association of Philosophy, New Zealand Division

Deadline: November 01, 2006

Proposals are invited for papers to be presented at the 2006 conference of the Australasian Association of Philosophy, New Zealand Division.

Dates: Sunday, 3 December - Thursday, 7 December

Host Department: Philosophy Programme, Victoria University of Wellington

Accommodation: Weir House . Bed and Breakfast: $50 regular; $30 student

Submissions: Please email the title and abstract (of 150-250 words, preferably) to the Conference Organizer, Joshua Glasgow, at joshua.glasgow@vuw.ac.nz . Deadline for abstracts and titles is 1 November, 2006. Prior notification of intent to present would be much appreciated.

Length of Sessions (including 30 minutes for discussion): 75 minutes (regular) and 60 minutes (graduate student)

Graduate Students: Papers from graduate students (for 60 minute sessions) are welcome. AAP(NZ) policy requires that each graduate student paper be sponsored by, and the session chaired by, a staff member from the student's home department. Please submit documentation (e.g., an email from the staff member) of such sponsorship along with the title and abstract. Overseas graduate students may make alternative arrangements by contacting the Conference Organizer.

Registration: (fee and procedures to be arranged)

Diversions and Dinner: To be arranged

Wellington: Wellington, New Zealand's capital, is an attractive harbour city at the southern tip of the North Island. It is conveniently located for getting to the rest of the North Island or taking a ferry to the South Island. Most international flights go through Auckland or Christchurch, each of which has frequent connecting flights to Wellington.

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