A central feature of the Public Philosophy Network conferences are participatory workshops. Workshops will include a mix of presentations and discussion on either substantive policy issues or practical matters and best practices in public philosophy.
Workshops will be held the mornings of Friday June 12th and Saturday June 13th.
Please complete this form, ranking your workshop choices. If you have a strong preference for a given workshop, please submit a brief explanation (150-350 words) that highlights your interest and/or experience in your top workshop choice. Workshops are open to all conference registrants, including academic philosophers, independent scholars, philosophy students, and community-based practitioners.
This form must be completed by May 15th to insure designation in the program as a workshop discussant, but applicants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, so applicants should apply as soon as possible to insure their first choices. We will do our best to honor the top choices of applicants, but space is limited. Participants will contribute to workshop discussions but will not make formal presentations unless explicitly invited to do so by the workshop organizer(s).