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Eastern Study Group

About the Study Group

The Eastern Study Group of the North American Kant Society was founded in 2004 by Sharon Anderson-Gold with the aim of promoting discussion of Kantian scholarship among students and faculty on the east coast. Our annual meetings are usually held in the spring and take place at colleges and universities from Maine to Washington, DC. Meetings feature invited speakers and papers selected through blind review by ENAKS committee members. The best graduate student paper at each conference receives a stipend of $200 and is nominated for the the Markus Herz Award. Meetings are open to the public. Students and faculty are warmly invited to join in friendly and rigorous discussion. For more information, visit our website.


Kate Moran, Regional Chair

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The North American Kant Society (NAKS) was founded to promote Kant scholarship and research, the building of a global and inclusive community, and the exchange of information for all those interested in Kant, whether researchers, teachers, students, or simply Kant enthusiasts, whatever their backgrounds.  While primarily centered in North America, NAKS welcomes members from all areas of the globe.

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