Two three upcoming conferences of interest to our readers. First, the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (SACP) Annual Meeting is this weekend in Monterey, CA, and there are quite a few sessions pertaining to Indian philosophy, too many to list here, so I will encourage you to look to the posted schedule for more information. I will be in attendance, as will some other bloggers, so perhaps there will be some reports posted here in a week.
Second, as Matt Dasti reminds me, the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy has its annual meeting along with The Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS) at Fordham University, Manhattan on Oct 23-25. He notes, “As usual, it has a broad offering of panels on ancient philosophy, including Chinese, Indian and Tibetan.” I have had the chance to attend in years past and it is indeed an excellent opportunity to cultivate cross-cultural philosophical reflection. Details of some panels at the link and in comments below. If you are in the New York area, try to make it.
Third, the Eastern American Philosophical Association (APA) has its 2016 program draft online and the Society for the Study of Indian and Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy as well as the APA Committee on Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies has sessions devoted to Indian philosophy. The SACP has some sessions as well, which are broader-ranging than Indian philosophy.
Two SACP workshops at the APA which may be of interest, given conversations here about teaching, are “How to Teach Asian Texts in an Ethics Course” chaired by Jeremy Henkel (Wofford College) and “Practical Steps for Introducing Asian Concepts into Standard Philosophy Courses” chaired by Douglas Berger (Southern Illinois University) and jointly organized with the American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT).
Any other upcoming conferences readers should know about, please post them in the comments!