Radical Cultural Studies

The Centre for Cultural Studies Research at the University of East London is pleased to announce the launch of Radical Cultural Studies, a new book series which commissions monographs and edited collections to provide new and radical analyses of the … Read More

Poetry and Philosophy in the Light of Plato´s Protagoras

Department of Philosophy, University of Bergen Room 208/209, Sydnesplassen 12/13 4-6 June 2013 Wednesday, June 4th 11.45 – 12.30 Lunch will be served in room 210 (coffee, tea, sandwiches) 12.30 – 12.45 Welcome 12.45 – 14.45 Keynote lecture by Marina … Read More

Journal of Somaesthetics

A new journal is being established that will be deeply engaged with philosophical issues though its scope is transdisciplinary. The Journal of Somaesthetics will be based at the University of Aalborg, Denmark. Here is a link to its current website … Read More

Re-imagining human through the practice of dialogue

2014 ISRLC Conference Re-Imagining Human, University of Leuven 18-20 September 2014 Abstracts are now being sought for a panel on the practice of dialogue at the 2014 International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture Conference. Panel-convenor: Marije Altorf The notion … Read More

BSA Cambridge Lecture Series

The final two of the BSA Cambridge Lecture Series are as follows: 22 April: Kathleen Stock, University of Sussex: ‘Sexual Objectification, Perception, and Images’. 1 May: Jerrold Levinson, University of Maryland: ‘Ain’t that a Shame: Shame in General, and Shame … Read More

Kierkegaard and Narrative

Over the past few years a conversation has emerged on the topic of Kierkegaard and narrative.  This year’s Søren Kierkegaard Society panel at the December 2014 APA Eastern Division Meeting in Philadelphia seeks submissions that engage this topic and advance … Read More

Shakespeare: the Philosopher

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

Margolis Festschrift

The Department of Philosophy at Temple University announces a one-day conference on Friday, May 9, 2014 in honour of Joseph Margolis’s 90th birthday. The conference will be replete with both scholarly papers and personal reminiscences. All are welcome, and there … Read More

Structured PhD in Philosophy of Art and Culture

The Philosophy Discipline at NUI, Galway is currently accepting applications for the Structured PhD in Philosophy of Art and Culture For further information, see here For general information about postgraduate study at the university, see here Funding: Galway scholarships here … Read More

For or Against Emotion in Music?

Centre for Philosophical Psychology (University of Antwerp) and Ghent Aesthetics Research Group (Ghent University) present Jenefer Robinson (Cincinnati) and Nick Zangwill (Hull). In her book “Deeper than Reason”, Jenefer Robinson argues that emotion plays  a significant role in our appreciation of … Read More

Art, Language, Poetry: From Kant to Heidegger

University of Kent, 10-11 September 2014 Keynotes: Stephen Mulhall (Oxford) Tanja Staehler (Sussex) This is the first postgraduate conference on aesthetics, philosophy of poetry and language in the Post-Kantian tradition. It revisits a tradition in which aesthetics, philosophy of language … Read More

Thinking Out Loud: The Sydney Lectures in Philosophy and Society

Philosophy@UWS, in collaboration with Fordham University Press, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the State Library of New South Wales warmly invite you to the 2014 “Thinking Out Loud: The Sydney Lectures in Philosophy and Society.” This year’s lectures, titled The … Read More

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