Congratulations to John Hawthorne, editor of Philosophical Perspectives, for his recent grant award from the John Templeton Foundation! Prof. Hawthorne will lead a project titled “New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology” that seeks to revitalize the field by drawing on recent developments in mainstream epistemology. Valued at £1.3 million, the award will support three postdoctoral researchers, three PhD students, 22 visiting research fellowships, nine public lectures, four roundtable discussions, six workshops, and a major international conference.
Wiley-Blackwell is delighted to announce our next Exchanges Online Conference, entitled The Changing Face of War. Following on from the extraordinary success of our previous conference (Wellbeing: A Cure-All for the Social Sciences?), this exciting new conference again promises to set the benchmark for events within the social sciences and humanities communities.
As before, the conference is free to all, and will take place online over the course of one week. The conference will bring together academics from the disciplines of history, policy, philosophy, peace studies, religious studies, sociology, politics, cultural studies and more.
The conference will cover the following thought-provoking themes:
Theory and Philosophy of War
Is war an inevitable feature of human society/progress?
War in Cultural Context
Is there a ‘Western Way of War’?
From Home Front to Front Line
What can military history specialists learn from social and cultural historians, and vice versa?
Evolution of Warfare
Are we witnessing ‘new’ kinds of war in the 21st century?
Is all peace good peace?
The conference will include the following content:
- Videocast keynote addresses from leading figures in the field
- Scholarly articles with expert commentary
- Publishing workshops
- Live Q&A with presenters
- A book and journal ‘reading room’, plus a generous delegates’ discount
- Participate when it suits your schedule