The Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at the Murphy Institute at Tulane University has extended the application deadline for residential Faculty Fellowships for the 2014-2015 academic year. The new application deadline is February 15, 2014.
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We're very happy to welcome Julia Driver aboard as an officially contributing member to PEA Soup. Julia is a professor of philosophy at Washington University, St. Louis, and she has done important work in many areas of moral philosophy. I'm sure many of you are already familiar with much of it. Welcome, Julia!
The second biennial New Orleans Workshop in Agency and Responsibility (NOWAR 2) will be taking place starting in less than two weeks, at the Intercontinental Hotel in New Orleans (Nov. 7-9). This is just a reminder for those planning on attending: please register with me (firstname.lastname@example.org) within the next week. Registration is free, but I need to know how many are planning on attending. Keynote speakers are John Martin Fischer and Susan Wolf, and the program is pasted below the fold. More details here.
Beginning in 2014, the Carol and Lawrence Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, will be convening a regular works-in-progress series for scholars working in normative business ethics (NBE).
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Taking place at the Conference Center, University of Notre Dame, May 19-22, 2014.
Speakers at this interdisciplinary symposium discuss the nature of virtue and its development, from ancient notions to contemporary science, evolutionary and religious views, individual and community approaches in a variety of family, schooling and work settings.
Julia Annas, University of Arizona;
Gus Carlo, University of Missouri;
Robert Emde, University of Denver;
Rosalind Hursthouse, University of Auckland;
Craig Joseph, The John Templeton Foundation;
Rachana Kamtekar, University of Arizona;
Christian Miller, Wake Forest;
Darcia Narvaez, University of Notre Dame;
Nancy Snow, Marquette University;
Ross Thompson, University of California—Davis. More information here.
As part of its fall open submission cycle, the John Templeton Foundation welcomes online funding inquiries in the areas of philosophy and theology. The submission window is August 1 to October 1, 2013. Proposed philosophical projects need not have religion or theology as a focus. To submit an online funding inquiry, please visit here.