A big thanks to everyone who participated in Friday’s conference – we had a great day with excellent papers and no shortage of discussion!
Recordings of selected papers will be available shortly. In the meantime, here are some pictures from the event for your perusal…
Katherine Morris (Oxford)
Conference venue: St Peter’s College
Matt Eshleman (UNC Wilmington)
Maria Russo (San Raffaele, Milan)
Fiona Vera Gray (Durham)
Theme: Existentialism and the Body
Venue: St Peter’s College, Oxford
Date: Friday 1st July 2016
Keynote speaker: Katherine Morris (Oxford)
Call For Abstracts
What can the theoretical, biographical, and literary works of Beauvoir, Fanon, Sartre and other existentialist thinkers contribute to our understanding of the role of the body in the structure of the mind and the constitution of the self?
How should we understand the roles existentialists ascribe to the body in perception, imagination, emotion, self-consciousness, free agency, interpersonal relations, and social organisation? What contributions can these analyses make to current debates in philosophy, psychology, and psychiatry? What light do they shed on existential, ethical, or political issues concerning race, gender, or disability?
We invite abstracts of papers on these topics for the 2016 UK Sartre Society conference. Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. Please bear in mind that each selected paper will be scheduled 30 minutes for presentation plus some time for questions.
Our keynote speaker will be Katherine Morris, author of Sartre (2007) and Starting with Merleau-Ponty (2012), coauthor of Descartes’s Dualism (1996), and editor of Sartre on the Body (2009).
Abstracts should be fully prepared for anonymous review and sent as email attachments to: uksartresocietyconference [at] gmail.com
The closing date for submissions is 31st January 2016.
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With just over a week to go the Thinking with Sartre Today… conference is pleased to announce that the full itinerary is now available! You can download a copy here.
With speakers from around the world and keynotes including Prof Christina Howells (University of Oxford) on “The Ethics of Aesthetics: Sartre and the Subject of Commitment” and Dr Juliette Simont (Université Libre de Bruxelles) on “L’impératif moral chez Kant et Sartre” plus sessions focusing on psychoanalysis, Marxism, Theology, Sartrean Phenomenology and the Political this two-day event in Oxford on 30-31 January is sure to have something of interest!
Updated details should appear on the conference website shortly. In the meantime, you can sign-up to participate here.
See you in Oxford next week!
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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