The Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology was founded in 1904.
Its purpose is to promote philosophy and psychology by facilitating the exchange of ideas among those
engaged in these fields of inquiry, by encouraging investigation, by
fostering the educational function of philosophy and psychology, and by
improving the academic status of the subjects.
The Society meets
each year in one of a number of different southern cities including New
Orleans, Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston, and Nashville. This year's
meeting (2014) was in Charleston, SC, from February 6 to February 8. Next
year's meeting (2015) will be in New Orleans, LA, from April 2 to April 4.
SSPP invites applications for membership from qualified philosophers and
psychologists. More information about membership is available here.
recent meetings can be found on the Annual Meeting page or by
clicking this link.