SEP-FEP 2017 CFP Deadline Extension

Thank you to all of those who have submitted paper and panel abstracts for the upcoming SEP-FEP 2017 conference. We have received a fantastic range and quality of material for what looks set to be a great conference. We are able to extend the deadline a by a fortnight to 31 May to accommodate late papers and panels.

2017 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference

University of Winchester

4-6 September 2017

Plenary Speakers:
Patrice Maniglier (Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre La Défense)
Babette Babich (Fordham Univesrity)
Havi Carel: (University of Bristol)

The SEP-FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe that aims to bring together researchers, teachers, and students from different disciplines, interested in all areas of contemporary European philosophy.

Abstract proposals for papers and panels are invited in all areas of contemporary European philosophy. Proposals from academics, graduate students and independent scholars are all welcome.

Submission Instructions:

Abstract proposals for individual papers should be no more than 250-300 words and include author and institutional affiliation.

Panel proposals should include a brief panel description of no more than 100 words, with participant names and institutional affiliations, and a 250-300 word abstract for each paper within the panel.

Submissions can be sent to: sepfep17@gmail.com
Submission Deadline: May 31, 2017

Access:

We would like to confirm that the rooms that will be used for this conference will have disabled access, as does the onsite accommodation.

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Register now for SEP-FEP 2015

The Society for European Philosophy and Forum for European Philosophy Joint Conference 2015

3-5 September 2015

University of Dundee

The SEP-FEP Joint Conference is the UK’s major annual event in continental philosophy, featuring 3 keynote speakers and around 100 papers across all areas of the field.

Keynote speakers:

Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht University), “Affirmation as Relational Ethical Praxis”

Veronique Mottier (Cambridge University), “Thinking at the Edge: Sexuality, Transgression, and Limit-Experiences”

Lars Iyer (Newcastle University), “The Ark and the Flood: Literature after Literature”

Final programme: See more recent post

Register now! Please follow this link for information about accommodation, airport transfers, and registration options:

https://registerforevent.co.uk/sepfep15

Registration is free for staff and students at Scottish universities (but you must register by email: see site for details)

For all others, registration is £80 (waged) or £50 (students/unwaged).

SEP-FEP 2015: CFP Deadline Extension

Deadline Extension

The deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended until Friday, June 12, 2015.

  

2015 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference: New Frontiers

University of Dundee (Scotland, UK)

3-5 September 2015

 

The Joint Annual Conference of the Society for European Philosophy and Forum for European Philosophy in 2015 will be hosted by the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy at the University of Dundee. Conference support is provided by the Scots Philosophical Association, the MIND Association, and the Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau.

 

Plenary Speakers

Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht University), “Affirmation as Relational Ethical Praxis”

Respondent: James Williams (University of Dundee)

 Veronique Mottier (Cambridge University), “Thinking at the Edge: Sexuality, Transgression, and Limit-Experiences”

Respondent: Tina Chanter (Kingston University)

 Lars Iyer (Newcastle University), “The Ark and the Flood: Literature after Literature”

Respondent: Nicholas Davey (University of Dundee)

 

The SEP/FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe that aims to bring together researchers, teachers, and students from different disciplines, interested in all areas of contemporary European philosophy.

 Abstract proposals for papers and panels are invited in all areas of contemporary European philosophy. Submissions that address the conference’s plenary theme “New Frontiers” are particularly encouraged. Topics include but are not limited to anatheism, animality, aesthetics, antiaesthetics, communication, hermeneutics, philosophy of religion, post-continental-analytic thought, posthumanism, speculation and critique, technology and media.

 

Submission Instructions

Abstract proposals for individual papers should be no more than 500 words and include author and institutional affiliation.

 Panel proposals should include a brief panel description of no more than 100 words, with participant names and institutional affiliations, and a 500 word abstract for each paper within the panel.

 

Conference Committee: Nicholas Davey, Jennifer Gorrod, Todd Mei, Dominic Smith, James Williams and Ashley Woodward.

 

Submissions can be sent to sepfep@dundee.ac.uk.

 

Other Information

Under the conditions of sponsorship by the Scots Philosophical Association, academics and students from Scottish Universities will have their registration fee waived.

 Informal queries can be sent to Todd Mei: tsmei@dundee.ac.uk.

 The conference website will have links to travel information and online registration.

Reminder: Postgraduate Panels CFP

*Deadline extended to 12 June*

2015 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference: New Frontiers

University of Dundee (Scotland, UK)

3-5 September 2015

While postgraduates can apply to the SEP-FEP general call for papers, the aim of the postgraduate panels is to provide a distinctive atmosphere of critical discussion tailored to postgraduate research.

We invite abstract proposals of 300-500 words for at least one general postgraduate panel and one panel dedicated to Scottish postgraduate research.

General Postgraduate Panels:  Topics may include any area in which the boundaries of European philosophy are being opened to new challenges whether in arenas political, environmental, religious or in the realms of communication, media and technology, aesthetics, hermeneutics, posthumanism, speculative or post-continental theory.

Scottish Postgraduate Panel: New Perspectives on Technology: The aim of this panel is to bring Scottish postgraduate students from different disciplines together in order to discuss new possible directions in the expanding field of research on contemporary technological phenomena.

We invite abstracts from Scottish postgraduate students from all disciplines on questions relating to technology. Particular areas of interest may include how philosophy relates to technology in the following fields: media, film, ethics, the body, new frontiers in literature and narrative, time, the history of art and artistic practices, politics and the question of independence.

 

Submission Instructions

Submissions should be sent to s.gallacher@dundee.ac.uk or e.carney@dundee.ac.uk.

If your abstract proposal is not accepted to the postgraduate panels, it will be entered into the general call for papers.

Submission Deadline: May 15, 2015

Under the conditions of sponsorship by the Scots Philosophical Association, academics and students from Scottish Universities will have their registration fee waived.

SEP-FEP 2015 (Dundee): Call for Papers

*Deadline extended to 12 June*

2015 SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference: New Frontiers

University of Dundee (Scotland, UK)

3-5 September 2015

The Joint Annual Conference of the Society for European Philosophy and Forum for European Philosophy in 2015 will be hosted by the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy at the University of Dundee. Conference support is provided by the Scots Philosophical Association, the MIND Association, and the Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau.

Plenary Speakers

Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht University): Title of talk tba

Veronique Mottier (Cambridge University): “Thinking at the Edge: Sexuality, Transgression, and Limit-Experiences”

Lars Iyer (Newcastle University): “The Ark and the Flood: Literature after Literature”

The SEP/FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe that aims to bring together researchers, teachers, and students from different disciplines, interested in all areas of contemporary European philosophy.

Abstract proposals for papers and panels are invited in all areas of contemporary European philosophy. Submissions that address the conference’s plenary theme “New Frontiers” are particularly encouraged. Topics include but are not limited to anatheism, animality, aesthetics, antiaesthetics, communication, hermeneutics, philosophy of religion, post-continental-analytic thought, posthumanism, speculation and critique, technology and media.

There will be a separate call for papers for two postgraduate student panels. The call will be sent by Eoin Carney and Scott Gallacher at a later date.

Submission Instructions

Abstract proposals for individual papers should be no more than 500 words and include author and institutional affiliation.

Panel proposals should include a brief panel description of no more than 100 words, with participant names and institutional affiliations, and a 500 word abstract for each paper within the panel.

Conference Committee: Nicholas Davey, Jennifer Gorrod, Todd Mei, Dominic Smith, James Williams and Ashley Woodward.

Submissions can be sent to sepfep@dundee.ac.uk.

Submission Deadline: May 15, 2015

Other Information

Under the conditions of sponsorship by the Scots Philosophical Association, academics and students from Scottish Universities will have their registration fee waived.

Informal queries can be sent to Todd Mei: tsmei@dundee.ac.uk.

The conference website will have links to travel information and online registration.

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