Call For Papers: "Dimensions of Poverty"

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Conference in Berlin 7 - 9 June 2017

Call For Papers: "Dimensions of Poverty"

Call For Papers: "Dimensions of Poverty"

Hosted by the Center for Advanced Studies “Justitia Amplificata” at the Free University of Berlin, the conference will gather fresh perspectives on absolute and relative poverty within and between nations. We wish to encourage submissions from philosophers and social scientists which contribute to a comprehensive understanding of poverty in theory and practice. In three sections, we will discuss how a multidimensional account can replace or complement monetary measurements, whether a new ethos of global poverty research is needed, and how academics might initiate or influence political reform processes such as the SDG implementation. Confirmed keynote-speakers include Sabina Alkire (OPHI, Oxford), Varun Gauri (World Bank, Washington DC), Nicole Hassoun (Binghamton, N.Y.), Stephan Klasen (University of Göttingen), Sanjay Reddy (New School, N.Y.C.), Mitu Sengupta (Ryerson, Toronto), Leif Wenar (King’s College, London), and Jo Wolff (Oxford).

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The conference team invites submissions for workshop papers from all levels of qualification and relevant disciplinary fields. Please send both a short (300 words) and a longer (1000 words) abstract of your contribution to the organizers (Valentin Beck, Stefan Gosepath, Henning Hahn, Robert Lepenies) at dimensionsofpoverty@gmail.com until January 31st of 2017, with your name, institution affiliation, and contact information on both submissions, together with a short biographical sketch. We expect to be able to make a financial contribution to travel and accommodation expenses for those otherwise unable to obtain funding. Childcare will be offered for the duration of the conference. The conference is hosted jointly with the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. A selection of the papers of the conference will be published in the new book series "Poverty and Philosophy" by Springer.

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