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Call for papers

Rationale for the conference:

Discrimination is not only a hugely important real-life issue. It is also a theoretically important and sophisticated field of research.

This conference is the fourth in an annual series of international CEPDISC conferences on discrimination. The conference series explores discrimination in general and discrimination from the perspective of social psychology and philosophy in particular.

The aim of the conference series is to facilitate the emergence of a large international research community that explores discrimination using the combination of two of the most powerful approaches in the academic toolbox: The philosophical analysis of concepts and the experimental analysis of data. We welcome all who are interested in either of these approaches and, in particular, who are curious and enthusiastic about their combination. Presentations that specifically explore this combination are particularly welcome at CEPDISC'24 but the conference is also very much open to a broader range of presentations on discrimination, e.g., to papers on discrimination employing the methods of legal theory or sociology.

The conference is hosted by Centre for the Experimental-Philosophical Studies of Discrimination (CEPDISC) at Aarhus University, Denmark. CEPDISC is a centre of excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (2020-2027). The Centre Director is Professor Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen.


The conference call is open for:

  • Paper presentations: 25 minutes sessions (Q&A included).


To submit a proposal for the conference, please upload your abstract via the submission button

  • Please use our abstract template to the right.
  • Abstracts can be max 1000 (paper presentation) words describing the content of the presentation.
  • If you prefer to present a poster please state this in the top of your abstract (also possible to tick off when you upload your proposal).

Deadline for submissions: May 15, 2024 - extended to May 31, 2024. Response can be expected no later than 10 June 2024.