CFP: Terror on Tour 2019 Nothing to Declare

Sept. 6, 2019 – Arts Technology Research Lab (ATRL), Trinity College Dublin TERROR ON TOUR is an international and interdisciplinary network of scholars, artists and activists whose research and work engages with the multiple manifestations of terror in our epoch: from … Read More

CFP: Dreams and Atrocity

Please see the final Call for Papers for the Dreams and Atrocity symposium, which will take place from 12-13 September 2019 at the Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield The organisers invite abstracts from postgraduate and early career researchers that offer diverse interpretive theorisations or applications … Read More

CFP: In Statu Nascendi

The event is a must-attend for: artists, grass-roots activist, members of the academia and non-profit, public, and private sector members who are interested in the latest research and academic developments in social sciences, university faculty and staff, faculty members and lecturers, … Read More

CFP: Space, Site, Installation. Philosophy, Art Theory and Art Practice

23 – 25 March 2020, University of Padua, Italy, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education Science and Applied Psychology (FISPPA), Philosophy Division. Deadline for submissions: 31 August 2019 Notification of acceptance: by 1 December 2019 Submit to: spacesiteinstallation@gmail.com Keynote speakers: Sondra … Read More

CFP: The Aesthetics of Computer Games

The 13th International Conference on the Philosophy of Computer Games: The Aesthetics of Computer Games Conference Committee: Program Chair: Feng Zhu (King’s College London) feng.zhu@kcl.ac.uk Conference Chairs: Alina Latypova (St Petersburg State University) latypova.al@gmail.com Konstantin Ocheretyany (St Petersburg State University) … Read More

CFP: Documentaries and the Fiction/Nonfiction Divide

Queen Mary University of London, November 15-16, 2019 Website available here. The project has received funding from the British Society for Aesthetics. Confirmed keynotes: Professor Brian Winston, Lincoln Chair, Lincoln School of Film and Media, University of Lincoln. Dr Stacie Friend, … Read More

Notes From a Biscuit Tin

The BSA is happy to support Notes From a Biscuit Tin, inspired by Mary Midgley’s actual biscuit tin! This year-long project will bring together philosophers and poets to spark new thoughts from one another and celebrate the philosophical work of … Read More

CFP: Debates in Aesthetics

The editors of Debates in Aesthetics are pleased to invite submissions for the Summer/Autumn 2019 issue (Vol.16, No. 1). DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 15 July 2019 For this issue we welcome original articles, book reviews, and interviews from postgraduate and professional … Read More

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