2018 Anthrosophia Conference

Anthrosophia is a scholarly society dedicated to the exchange of ideas having to do with the intersection of philosophy, anthropology, and related social sciences. Anthrosophia convenes an annual conference hosted by the Center for Human-Environmental Research and the society publishes a journal of the same name. 

The 2018 Anthrosophia conference will be held from March 7th-10th hosted by the Center for Human-Environmental Research, 3400 St. Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117. Please see the full Anthrosophia conference call for papers for more information:


The 2018 Anthrosophia conference will feature a keynote address by Prof. Michael Hauskeller (Dept. of Philosophy, University of Liverpool) entitled, "Anachronistic Minds: Transhumanism and the Myth of Stone Age Man." The keynote address will be free and open to the public. 

For more information about Anthrosophia 2018 or the keynote address, please contact Grant S. McCall at mccall@cherscience.

In addition, please see our call for papers for information about the Anthrosophia journal.