Past Conferences

Past SEP and SEP-FEP conferences and keynote speakers

SEP conferences

1997 – Foundational meeting at Birkbeck
(A report by Peter Dews can be found at http://www.radicalphilosophy.com/news/the-society-for-european-philosophy)

1998 – Lancaster: Christine Battersby, Eckahrt Förster

1999 – Anglia Polytechnic: Robert Pippin, Christphe Mencke, Chris Norris.

2000 – Middlesex: Etienne Balibar, Stephen Houlgate, Malabou, Schneider

2001 – Manchester Metropolitan University: Dorothea Ollkowski

2002 – University College Cork

2003 – Essex: “Aesthetics & Politics”, Karl Ameriks, Alain Badiou, Lydia Goehr & Peter Osborne

2004 – Greenwich: “Resistance”, Michael Hardt, Daniel W. Smith & James Williams

SEP-FEP conferences

2005 – Reading: “What is Terror?”, Elleke Boehmer, Peter Caws, Paul Davies, Michael Dillon, Joseph Margolis & Herman Rappaport.

2006 – Dundee: Luce Irigaray, Manuel de Landa & Jacques Ranciere.

2007
– Sussex: Rüdiger Bittner, Alexander Garcia Duttman, Cristina Lafort & Frederick Neuhouser.

2008
– Dublin: Francoise Dastur, Alessandro Ferrara, Michel Rosen & David Smith

2009
– Cardiff College of Art and Design: Chris Norris, Claire Colebrook, Rosi Braidotti &Leonard Lawlor

2010 – Loyola University Chicago, John Felice Rome Center: Deborah Cook, Andrew Feenberg, Alessandro Ferrara, David Ingram, Stefano Petrucciani, David Schweickart & Francesco Saverio Trincia

2011 – York St John University: Michèle Le Doeuff, Graham Harman & Joan Copjec

2012 – Manchester Metropolitan University: Catharine Malabou, Alfonso Lingis, Shaun Gallagher. Podcasts available here.

2013 – Kingston University: Sara Ahmed, Robert Bernasconi, Tuija Pulkkinen.

2014 – Utrecht University: Michel Serres, Rahel Jaeggi, Mark B. N. Hansen, Francoise Balibar

2015 – University of Dundee: Rosi Braidotti, Veronique Mottier, Lars Iyer

2016 – Regents’ University London: John Protevi, Stella Sandford, Elie During

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