Register Now! Existentialism & Political Thought (5-6 July 2018, Oxford, UK)

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Register now for this year’s UK Sartre Society conference taking place from 5-6 July 2018 at Maison française d’Oxford!

The conference will begin at 1pm on Thursday 5th July and end at 5pm on Friday 6th July. Submitted papers will be presented in two parallel streams of sessions. Registration costs between £10 and £40 and includes lunch on the Friday and refreshments on both days.

Accommodation is not included. For accommodation, we recommend St Hugh’s College or Keble College booked through: http://bit.ly/CollegeRooms

Registration costs are different for members and non-members. Subscribers to Sartre Studies International count as members. To join the UK Sartre Society or subscribe to the journal, see: https://uksartresociety.com/join/

Registration is at: https://2018ukss.bpt.me

Download a copy of the schedule!

Keynote Address

Simone de Beauvoir and the New Materialisms: Questioning the Posthuman Turn
– Sonia Kruks (Oberlin College)

Submitted Papers

Authenticité, Égalité, Fraternité? Existentialism, Charlie, and the Politics of Crisis
– Elizabeth Benjamin (Coventry University)

Frantz Fanon, Misrecognition and Social Justice
– Louis Blond (University of Cape Town)

Sartres guerre fantôme: A Kafkaesque Subtext in the Postwar Writings
– Jo Bogaerts (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Why Ecofeminists Should (Also) Be Ecophenomenologists
– Robert Booth (University of Liverpool)

Human Being is Freedom: Why Sartre Couldnt Be a Neoliberal Thinker
– Marta Agata Chojnacka (Nicolaus Copernicus University)

A History without Shadows
– Duane H. Davis (University of North Carolina at Asheville)

Christian Existentialism and Political Thought: Freedom and Transcendence
– Dries Deweer (Tilburg University)

Using Sartre to Identify Pseudo-Political Action in the Age of Social Media
– Mary Edwards (Cardiff University)

Beauvoir, Sartre and the Implications of Social Ontology for Politics: Could Sartre have been a Free Market Capitalist?
– Matt Eshleman (University of North Carolina Wilmington)

Situating Womens Experiences of Pornography
– Fiona Vera Gray (Durham University)

The Existential Turn in Recent Global Political Thought
– T Storm Heter (East Stroudsburg University of PA)

Sartre on Human Arbitrariness
– Peter Hulme (Birkbeck, University of London)

Simone de Beauvoir and The Politics of Biography
– Kate Kirkpatrick (University of Hertfordshire)

Beauvoir, Freedom and Complicity: An Analysis of the #MeToo Backlash
– Charlotte Knowles (University of Groningen)

Learning from Fanons Lived Philosophy
– Rafe McGregor (Leeds Trinity University)

Politics of Privilege: Can we Read Beauvoir and Black Feminism?
– Emma McNicol (Monash University)

Merleau-Ponty, Existential Phenomenology, and Transgender Body Politics
– Jingchao Ma (Villanova University)

Camus’ Artistic Sensibility and the Grey Zone of Violent Resistance
– Masa Mrovlje (University of Edinburgh)

Does the City of Ends Correspond to a Classless Society? A New Idea of Democracy in Sartres Hope Now
– Maria Russo (San Raffaele University)

Rethinking Authenticity: Sartre and Taylor in Dialogue
– Kyle Shuttleworth (Queens University Belfast)

The Imaginary Gaze: A Re-Reading of Sartres Challenge to White Supremacy
– Betty Jean Stoneman (Emory University)

Beauvoir and Fanon on the Vicissitudes of Recognition: Politicizing Hegel in Post-war France
– Mariana Teixeira (Brazilian Centre for Analysis and Planning)

Registration is at: https://2018ukss.bpt.me

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