CFP Winter School 2024
Deadline Friday 3 May 2024
The MSCP invites proposals to teach in the Winter School, 2024. All topics broadly definable as philosophical are welcome. Proposals are due on 3 May 2024 (Melbourne Time). Acceptance will be circulated within two weeks of the due date. Our CFP has changed, please see below for a full description of what to include.
All Winter courses are 10 hours in length, paid at $190 per hour.
MSCP Winter courses will be offered and taught via ZOOM. To be eligible to teach a course you will need to be confident in your capacity to run a course using this technology. All courses will run using the MSCP’s Zoom licence.
NB: This year it may be the case that some courses can be taught face-to-face. Please advise if you would prefer this delivery mode and we will advise on whether this is possible closer to commencement.
There are two scheduling options for this Winter school, weekly and intensive:
- Weekly courses will be taught one night per week over 5 weeks, Monday - Thursday, June 10 to July 11 in the evenings, Melbourne time (AEDT).
- Intensive courses will run 2 hours each per day from Monday July 15 to Friday July 19.
If accepted, we will ask for your day and time PREFERENCE - please keep in mind that our capacity to accommodate these preferences is limited.
As always, all courses will be recorded for those unable to attend the ‘live sessions’.
Call For Proposals
In a word document, please include the following:
- Short bio
- Your timezone
- Indicate your preference for either the weekly or intensive format, and specify your preferred days for the former and times for the latter.
- Indicate whether you would desire to deliver your course in person in Melbourne.
- Course title
- General course description
- Short, provisional description of each week’s lecture, including key texts
We will ask for a finalised version of this proposal after acceptance has been confirmed.
Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy.
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