Didn’t manage to make it to last year’s conference? Enjoy a particular session but wish you could hear it again? Never fear, you can now revisit our 2013 and 2014 conference with today’s release of eight recordings!
- Watch last year’s keynote Ron Aronson (Wayne State) on Surviving the Neoliberal Maelstrom: A Sartrean Phenomenology of Social Hope or listen to Jon Webber (Cardiff) on The Root of the Disagreement between Camus and Sartre
- Hear Andrea Walsh (Michigan State) on Freedom and Fetishism in Sartre’s Search for a Method or review David Mitchell’s (Liverpool) talk on Existentialism is not a Humanism: Nothingness, Perversion and the Non-Humanist Conception of Man in Early Sartre
- Listen to Benedict O’Donohoe (Sussex) on Roquentin and the Autodidact, or the Critique of Humanism in La Nausée or Oliver Downing (Liverpool) on Sartre and Love…
- Check out Elizabeth Benjamin (Birmingham) on Étranger à moi-même: Sartre, Camus, and Avant-Garde Alterity or listen to Sebastian Cupido (HvA) on Practical and Rational Freedom…
We are aiming to record future conference sessions so will be adding to our YouTube channel playlist intermittently.
The recordings are all openly licensed (CC-BY 4.0) and available for reuse with appropriate attribution. You can find out more about Creative Commons licensing here.
Thanks to all the speakers for agreeing to have their sessions recorded. We hope you enjoy listening and watching the recordings and if you have feedback, we’d love to hear from you!