Society for Italian Philosophy
Fourth Annual International Conference
MAY 13-15, 2020
UNIVERSITÀ DI TORINO (Turin, Italy)
INVITED SPEAKERS: Adriana Cavarero (University of Verona) and Roberto Esposito (Scuola
Normale Superiore di Pisa)
The Society for Italian Philosophy (SIP) invites individual paper or panel proposals on themes
and questions of philosophical relevance taken up by Italian thinkers. We also invite individual
paper or panel proposals that look at figures in the history of philosophy as they are taken up
by Italian thinkers. Finally, we invite individual paper or panel proposals of a philosophical
nature on Italian thinkers throughout history.
Abstracts (in English) of 350-500 words should be sent to Antonio Calcagno ()
and Silvia Benso () by December 20, 2019. For panel proposals (three
presenters maximum), please submit a 350-word panel overview and individual abstracts (350-
500 words) for each paper.
The aim of SIP is to provide a forum for the discussion of themes, authors, and movements
having to do with Italian philosophy as it is practiced both in Italy and abroad. Its scope is wide
in nature as it aims to support and foster conversations from a wide array of philosophical
perspectives spanning across various centuries and including figures and themes from a variety
of philosophical areas. Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural work of a philosophical nature is also
welcome. SIP’s preferred language of conversation is English; Italian is acceptable but English
translations must be provided.
Call for Papers is available here.
For additional information, please check SIP’s website at: