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

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

CfA: Art and Affect in the Predictive Mind
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Department of Philosophy, University of York, 24th-25th September 2020 Deadline for submissions: 24th May 2020 We are delighted to invite contributions for ‘Art and Affect in the Predictive Mind’, a two-day international and interdisciplinary conference that will be held at … Read More

NEWS: Cancellation: BSA Synergy Conference
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We were extremely sorry to announce that the British Society of Aesthetics Synergy Conference on Poetry and Philosophy, scheduled to take place at the University of Warwick on 16-17 March 2020, was cancelled. This was due to concerns about the … Read More

CfP: Bordering Hong Kong: Aesthetics and Politics
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Journal of Contemporary Chinese ArtVolume 8, Issue 1, Spring 2021 Bordering Hong Kong: Aesthetics and PoliticsGuest editors: Pan Lu and Jon Solomon The increasing importance of the problematic of bordering in the questions posed to the social production of knowledge … Read More

NEWS: ASA Opportunities in 2020
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The American Society for Aesthetics is pleased to welcome submissions for ASA opportunities in 2020 and beyond.  30th Anniversary Feminist Caucus Committee Essay PrizeDEADLINE: April 1, 2020 Ted Cohen Prize DEADLINE: May 1, 2020 Selma Jeanne Cohen Prize in Dance Aesthetics DEADLINE: … Read More

CfA: Conceptual Engineering and Aesthetics
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Submissions are invited for the upcoming conference British Society of Aesthetics Connections: Conceptual Engineering and Aesthetics. The conference will take place on 7–8 September 2020 in Cambridge, UK.  Fully anonymised abstracts of up to 1,000 words should be submitted as an … Read More

Why Art Makes us Laugh and Cry with Prof. Lydia Goehr
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March 27th, 6pm The Bluecoat, Liverpool Part of The Liverpool Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series Why do musicians, painters, and poets compete with each other? Why do painters paint enraged musicians and distressed poets? This lecture uses the early … Read More

NEWS: BSA New Horizons Award
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We are pleased to announce that as part of our commitment to increasing diversity and inclusion within British aesthetics and philosophy of art, the British Society of Aesthetics will bestow a New Horizons Award to the best paper submitted to … Read More

CfA: Sound Pictures
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King’s College London, 20-21 July 2020 The British Society of Aesthetics is delighted to sponsor Sound Pictures, a conference bringing together theorists, researchers, and postgraduates from within philosophy to explore the topic of multi-sensory appreciation of the arts. Papers on either … Read More

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