Held annually since 1923, the AAP Conference is hosted in 2017 by The University of Adelaide, South Australia.

The conference is designed to give professional philosophers and philosophy postgraduate students the opportunity to present and discuss papers in all areas of philosophy. Each year it attracts around 300 philosophers worldwide.

The conference will begin with the AGM of the Association at 4.30pm on Sunday 2 July 2017, prior to the Opening Reception and the Presidential Address (delivered by Professor Daniel Stoljar). It will conclude with the Conference Dinner on the evening of Thursday 6 July. 

Overseas visitors must have a valid visa to travel to, and enter, Australia. This has only been introduced in the past few years and might catch some by surprise.

Visitors from the United States, Canada, Britain and Singapore (and selected other countries) can apply online through the Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). 

www.eta.immi.gov.au

Cost $20.00 AUD

         Deadlines 
Postgraduate Presentation PrizeFriday 28 April        
Abstract Submission Friday 26 May
Early Bird RegistrationFriday   2 June  
Postgraduate SubsidyFriday   2 June

Chief Organiser: Professor Garrett Cullity

conference@aap.org.au

2017 AAP Conference

Sunday 2 July - Thursday 6 July

Begins in

Alan Saunders Lecture

Nancy Sherman

After War in a Time of Endless War: 

Moral Injury and Repair

Nancy Sherman is University Professor and Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. She has affiliate appointments at the Centre on National Security and the Law at Georgetown University Law Centre and at Georgetown’s Kennedy Institute of Ethics.  

  This lecture recorded by the ABC and available for download after the event.


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