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18th International Network of Philosophers of Education Conference: 'Pedagogical Forms in Times of Pandemic'

Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark
17-20 of August 2022

First Call for Papers

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Welcome to the homepage of the International Network of Philosophers of Education. INPE grew out of an international conference of philosophers of education held at Pecs, Hungary from August 21-24, 1988. The Network’s aims were identified as:

  1. The promotion of ideological tolerance in the field of education and the facilitation of better understanding between different schools of thought;
  2. The exchange of information among participants;
  3. The encouragement of joint and comparative research, exchange of materials and co-operation in publishing; and
  4. The organisation of biennial conferences where current issues are discussed in depth and where new initiatives may evolve.

Subsequent conferences have been held at London (1990), Varna (1992), Leuven (1994), Johannesburg (1996), Ankara (1998), Sydney (2000), Oslo (2002), Madrid (2004), Malta (2006) Kyoto (2008), Bogota (2010), Addis Ababa (2012), Cosenza (2014), Warsaw (2016) and Online (2020)

Welcome to the homepage of the International Network of Philosophers of Education. INPE grew out of an international conference of philosophers of education held at Pecs, Hungary from August 21-24, 1988. The Network’s aims were identified as:

  1. The promotion of ideological tolerance in the field of education and the facilitation of better understanding between different schools of thought;
  2. The exchange of information among participants;
  3. The encouragement of joint and comparative research, exchange of materials and co-operation in publishing; and
  4. The organisation of biennial conferences where current issues are discussed in depth and where new initiatives may evolve.

Subsequent conferences have been held at London (1990), Varna (1992), Leuven (1994), Johannesburg (1996), Ankara (1998), Sydney (2000), Oslo (2002), Madrid (2004), Malta (2006) Kyoto (2008), Bogota (2010), Addis Ababa (2012), Cosenza (2014), and Warsaw (2016

Our next conference will be held in the Summer 2022. Further details to be announced shortly. 

Welcome to the homepage of the International Network of Philosophers of Education. INPE grew out of an international conference of philosophers of education held at Pecs, Hungary from August 21-24, 1988. The Network’s aims were identified as:

  1. The promotion of ideological tolerance in the field of education and the facilitation of better understanding between different schools of thought;
  2. The exchange of information among participants;
  3. The encouragement of joint and comparative research, exchange of materials and co-operation in publishing; and
  4. The organisation of biennial conferences where current issues are discussed in depth and where new initiatives may evolve.

Subsequent conferences have been held at London (1990), Varna (1992), Leuven (1994), Johannesburg (1996), Ankara (1998), Sydney (2000), Oslo (2002), Madrid (2004), Malta (2006) Kyoto (2008), Bogota (2010), Addis Ababa (2012), Cosenza (2014), and Warsaw (2016)

Welcome to the homepage of the International Network of Philosophers of Education. INPE grew out of an international conference of philosophers of education held at Pecs, Hungary from August 21-24, 1988. The Network’s aims were identified as:

  1. The promotion of ideological tolerance in the field of education and the facilitation of better understanding between different schools of thought;
  2. The exchange of information among participants;
  3. The encouragement of joint and comparative research, exchange of materials and co-operation in publishing; and
  4. The organisation of biennial conferences where current issues are discussed in depth and where new initiatives may evolve.

Subsequent conferences have been held at London (1990), Varna (1992), Leuven (1994), Johannesburg (1996), Ankara (1998), Sydney (2000), Oslo (2002), Madrid (2004), Malta (2006) Kyoto (2008), Bogota (2010), Addis Ababa (2012), Cosenza (2014), and Warsaw (2016) 

 

Our next conference titled 'Pedagogical Forms in Times of Pandemic' will be held in Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17-20 of August 2022. the Summer 2022. 

FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS.

 

SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

Submissions should not include papers that have been published previously, presented at other conferences, or that are scheduled for other forthcoming conferences. All conference proposals – for any of the three types of sessions – should be sent to the Chair of the Programme Committee, Lovisa Bergdahl (Lovisa.Bergdahl@sh.se) by: February 1st, 2022. Proposals will be reviewed by the Conference Programme Committee. All authors are requested to identify under which sub-theme their contribution is submitted. While contributions would ideally deal with the assigned themes, this is not mandatory. However, the philosophical-educational bearing should be rendered explicit in the text.

 

Decisions will be announced by March 15th 2022. Proposals are welcome from those who are not members of INPE. However, if accepted, presenters will be required to join INPE before April 15th 2022.