Host Your Event on Brains!!!

Many in-person events have been canceled. Some have been moved online. However, many of these online events are either not recorded or not posted for asynchronous consumption, limiting their accessibility and impact.

Where We Come In

For over a decade, the Brains Blog has been dedicated to making scholarly content accessible. In recent years, 10,000-25,000 visitors have been accessing the Brains blog scholarship every month.

A table of website traffic from 2013 to 2019.

Help Us Help You

If you have colloquia, seminars, workshops, or symposia about philosophy of mind and cognitive science (broadly construed), then we can host them here! We can do some (or all) of the following for you:

  • Announce any event(s) that we host on the Brains blog
  • Post written, audio, and/or video content on this website
  • Post video to our YouTube channel
  • Post audio to our audio/podcast feed

In other words, you can write, present, and/or record the content (as you probably already would) and then broadcast it to over our growing community of philosophers and scientists of mind.

How To Contact Us

To find out more details, just email Dan Burnston or Nick Byrd. You can also use our contributor form.

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