Music Department, Palace Green, Durham University 28-29 June 2014 Andy Hamilton and Max Paddison are hosting a colloquium on “The Aesthetics of Rhythm”, as part of their project on this a neglected topic in aesthetics. The project draws on philosophical … Read More
Thursday 19 June, 2014 9am-4.15pm The Lupino Screening Room, University of Kent, Canterbury Programme 09.00-10.00: Graham McFee, University of Brighton/California State University, Fullerton — The Not-So-Beautiful Game 10.00-10.15: Coffee 10.15-11.15: Steffen Borge, Norwegian University of Science and Technology — This … Read More
The final lecture in the series will be by Professor Jerrold Levinson, of the University of Maryland. His talk is entitled: ‘Ain’t that a Shame: Shame in General, and Shame in Music.’ Date: 1 May, 2014. Venue: Seminar Room, 1 … Read More
University of Hertfordshire, 12-13 September 2014 Speakers to include: Miranda Anderson (University of Edinburgh) Gregory Currie (University of York) Maximilian de Gaynesford (University of Reading) Derek Matravers (Open University) Tzachi Zamir (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) Shakespeare’s work is rich in … Read More
The BSA sponsors a series of talks this spring at Darwin College, Cambridge – 20 February – Peter Kivy, Rutgers University, New York: ‘Joking Morality’. 19 March – Alexandra Drysdale, Cambridge: ‘Red Vibrations: The Aesthetic and Emotional Significance of Red … Read More
Here is notification of forthcoming talks in the British Society of Aesthetics Cambridge Lecture Series. They will all be held between 5.00 and 7.00, in the Seminar Room, 1 Newnham Terrace, Darwin College, Cambridge (enter by the main door). 20th … Read More
The society welcomes four new Trustees! At the recent AGM, Paloma Atencia-Linares (Kent), James Grant (Oxford), Louise Hanson (Cambridge) and David Davies (McGill) were elected.
Each year the BSA gives small grants in support of UK activities in aesthetics. Past grants have been used to support conferences and lecture series. Applicants must be members of the Society. Where the event applied for is abroad, it must … Read More
The British Society of Aesthetics is offering a grant of up to £12,000 to support a conference designed to enhance the dialogue between aesthetics and other areas of philosophy. Visit the Connections page for more details.