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We invite undergraduate students to submit papers to the Twenty-fifth Annual Truman State University Undergraduate Philosophy and Religion Conference. The conference will be held Saturday, 1 November 2014, in the Alumni Room of our Student Union Building (SUB). Our keynote speaker this year is Dr. Manuel Chávez, Jr., a Truman alumnus, who teaches Philosophy at Monmouth College in New Jersey. His speech is titled “Ethics and Anti-Racism.” The keynote lecture will be given in the Georgian Room B (SUB), beginning at 12:30.
Papers from any area of philosophy and/or religious studies are welcome. Presentations should be no longer than twenty minutes reading time, followed by up to ten minutes to respond to questions.
Submission: A review panel of Truman State University undergraduates will select and arrange the program.
Notification and Acceptance:
For more information contact Dr. David Murphy (660) 785-7246 (email@example.com). This event is co-sponsored by the Kirksville Chamber Tourism Division and by the Philosophy and Religion Department and the School of Social and Cultural Studies of Truman State University.
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