JOB: BSA Website & Social Media Editor
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BSA Website & Social Media Editor The British Society of Aesthetics seeks to appoint a paid, part-time Editor for its website and social media. Duties of Post The Editor will be responsible for editing and maintaining website content, making sure … Read More

2020 New Horizons Award – Zoë Cunliffe
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We are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2020 New Horizons Award is Zoë Cunliffe of the CUNY Graduate Center for her conference submission, ‘The Moral Significance of First-Person Trauma Narratives’. The award comes with an honorarium of £1000 … Read More

2020 British Society of Aesthetics Essay Prize – Aviv Reiter
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We are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2020 British Society of Aesthetics Essay Prize is Aviv Reiter of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for her essay, ‘Kant on the aesthetic ideas of beautiful nature’. The prize is £1,500 and … Read More

NEWS: BSA Postdoctoral Award
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We are delighted to announce that Kris Goffin has been awarded the second British Society of Aesthetics Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2020-2021, for his project ‘The Rationality of Emotion & Fiction’.  Kris will be mentored by Stacie Friend at Birkbeck, University of … Read More

ASA’s Virtual Aesthetics Festival
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The American Society for Aesthetics’ Virtual Aesthetics Festival continues with the following events: Monday, June 15:5 pm Italy (CEST)/ 11 am New York (EDT)”The Aesthetic Values in the Living Experience:  From the House to the City” Presenter: Aurosa Alison, Politecnico di Milano, Naples, … Read More

2020 Deadlines: American Society for Aesthetics
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The American Society for Aesthetics is pleased to announce deadlines for ASA opportunities in 2020. Virtual Meeting: North American Kant Society Biennial: Aesthetics DayUniversity of Binghamton, June 5-8, 2020https://bnaks2020.weebly.com/REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 29, 2020 Virtual Conference: “Art, Desire, and God: Phenomenological … Read More

CfP: British Journal of Aesthetics // Special Issue on Cultural Appropriation and the Arts
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In recent years, there have been heated debates both in the public opinion and in academic contexts over the phenomenon of “cultural appropriation”—i.e. when ‘members of one culture … take for their own, or for their own use, items produced … Read More

CfP: Mimetophobia. Who’s afraid of resemblance?
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Mimetophobia. Who’s afraid of resemblance?Edited by Michele Di Monte, Benjamin Paul, Silvia Pedone According to Plato, “God is always bringing like to like, and makes them acquainted.” And yet, the same philosopher also warned us that this is only “half” … Read More

Savouring the Impossible: Online Research Seminar from The Aesthetics Research Centre
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The Aesthetics Research Centre is pleased to announce its first online research seminar, taking place on Thursday 28 May. Please note that the time for the session below has been changed to 5-7pm UK time, with apologies for any inconvenience caused. … Read More

CfP: Debates in Aesthetics
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The editors of Debates in Aesthetics are pleased to invite submissions for the General 2020 issue (Vol.17, No. 1). DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 31 July 2020 For this issue we welcome original articles, book reviews, and interviews from postgraduate and professional … Read More

Call for Editor: Debates in Aesthetics
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Debates in Aesthetics (DiA, formerly known as The Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for articles, interviews and book reviews in philosophical aesthetics published by the British Society of Aesthetics (BSA). DiA has a strong reputation for … Read More

CfP: Special Issue on Cultural Appropriation and the Arts, British Journal of Aesthetics
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In recent years, there have been heated debates both in the public opinion and in academic contexts over the phenomenon of “cultural appropriation”—i.e. when ‘members of one culture … take for their own, or for their own use, items produced … Read More

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