CALL FOR PAPERS
Modern European Philosophy and its Politics
The Society for European Philosophy/Forum for European Philosophy
Joint Annual Conference for 2013 will be hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University London
5–6 September 2013
Penrhyn Road Campus, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2EE
Professor Sara Ahmed, Goldsmiths/Cambridge University
Professor Robert Bernasconi, Penn Sate University
Race: A Philosophical History
Professor Tuija Pulkkinen, University of Helsinki
The SEP/FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe that aims to bring together researchers, teachers and others, from within different disciplines, interested in all areas of Modern European Philosophy. Submissions are therefore invited for individual papers and panel sessions in all areas of Modern European Philosophy. For 2013 submissions that address the conference’s plenary theme – Modern European Philosophy and its Politics – are particularly encouraged. This would include papers and panels that address philosophical issues in the history of Modern European Philosophy with regard to the cultural, social and political contexts of their elaboration; and those that address philosophical issues with regard to the social, cultural and political contexts of the present.
Abstracts of 500 words for individual paper submissions and proposals for panels should be sent to Stella Sandford (S.Sandford@Kingston.ac.uk) by 17 May 2013. Proposals for panels should include a 500-word abstract for each paper within the panel. Proposals from academics, graduate students and independent scholars are welcome.
Dr Stella Sandford
Reader in Modern European Philosophy
Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy
Penrhyn Road Campus
Kingston upon Thames
+44 (0)20 8417 2088
Listen to the fours keynotes at SEP-FEP here:
Catherine Malabou – It does not have to be like this
Plenary Panel Session: New materialities, other deconstructions
Catherine Malabou, Martin McQuillan, Simon Morgan Wortham
Alphonso Lingis - The return of subjectivity
Shaun Gallagher – What can phenomenology tell us about social cognition?
The Society for European Philosophy and The Forum for European Philosophy Joint Conference 2012
(in association with the London Graduate School)
Manchester Metropolitan University
5th-7th September 2012
Shaun Gallagher (University of Memphis)
Alphonso Lingis (Pennsylvania State University)
Catherine Malabou (Kingston University)
FULL PROGRAMME TO FOLLOW
The Society for European Philosophy (SEP) aims to provide a forum for research and teaching in all areas of European philosophy, broadly construed. It provides an opportunity for scholars from any country, and any discipline, to come together and share ideas. Since 1997, the SEP conference has been an important annual event for faculty, post-graduate students and independent scholars of European philosophy throughout the world. Since 2005 the SEP annual conference has been run jointly with the Forum for European Philosophy, helping to make the three-day conference the largest event of its kind in Europe. This year the joint conference will also run in association with the London Graduate School.
To register and pay online please go to the MMU on-line payments system
To register by post and send cheque payment please download the form here: SEPFEP Booking form
Details of local accommodation can be downloaded here: Manchester-Accommodation-2012
Map of All saints campus: mmu_maps_allsaints_aytoun
For further details, see seponline.net
For any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Winner of the SEP-FEP 2010 Graduate Essay Prize, awarded by the SEP executive at SEP-FEP Rome 2010 is Colin McQuillan of Emory University, for his essay, Philosphical Archeology in Kant Foucault and Agamben.
Welcome the new website of the Society for European Philosophy. This contains information about our organisation, the members of the SEP executive committee, and also about our events, the chief one being the yearly conference we organise. We hope that soon this site will become a hub for all those interested in research in any area of European and Continental philosophy.
(James) Gordon Finlayson
on behalf of all the members of the SEP executive committee of the