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Registration Open! Existentialism, Race and Gender. 18 September 2015

Advance registration for our annual UK Sartre Society conference and an updated schedule are now available.

Don’t forget that the conference will be followed on Saturday 19 September by a one-day workshop on Frantz Fanon at UCL organised by the AHRC project Rethinking Existentialism.

We look forward to seeing you in London next month!


Existentialism, Race, and Gender
UK Sartre Society conference 2015

Friday 18 September 2015
10.00 – 19.00

Senate House, Malet St, London WC1E 7HU

Keynote Address

Race and Gender from the Standpoint of Sartre’s Philosophical Anthropology
Professor Lewis Gordon (Connecticut)

Submitted Papers

Okonkwo and Frantz: Suicide in the thought of Achebe and Fanon
Dinesh Napal (Warwick)

Wilful Inauthenticity in the Francophone Caribbean: Re-reading a Bad Faith Narrative
Michael Wiedorn (Georgia Tech)

Adult Male-to-Female Transsexualism: A Clinical Existential-Phenomenological Inquiry
Roberto Vitelli (Naples Federico II)

25 Years of Gender Trouble: Judith Butler and the Sartrean Imaginary
Kathleen Lennon (Hull)

Jean-Paul Sartre and the Arab World: A Reconsideration
Yoav Di-Capua (Texas Austin)

Registration costs until 10 September: £30 standard; £20 student/unwaged.
Registration costs from 10 September onwards: £35 standard; £25 student/unwaged.
UK Sartre Society members are entitled to a £10 discount on their ticket.

Registration price includes afternoon tea or coffee. Delegates are to make their own arrangements for lunch.

There will be a drinks reception sponsored by the AHRC project Rethinking Existentialism.

Places are limited and you can register here.


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Final Call: Thinking with Sartre Today…

Time is running out! Only 10 more days to go before the CFP for the fantastic two-day Thinking with Sartre Today… conference closes. Taking place in Oxford, UK on 30-31 January 2015 this interdisciplinary conference invites contributions on a range of themes. Find out more about this exciting conference, which features keynote speakers John Gillespie (University of Ulster), Christina Howells (University of Oxford), Jean-François Louette (Paris IV Sorbonne) and Juliette Simont (Université Libre de Bruxelles), here.

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