Graduate Conference at Sussex University, Brighton (UK)
Within a broad understanding of the practice of phenomenology, we invite papers that seek to continue and/or reconfigure its legacy, or perhaps seek to critically draw its limits and end. ‘The ends of Phenomenology’ is a graduate conference in Phenomenology, organized by graduate students for graduate students. It aims to bring together postgraduates who are engaging in original research on phenomenology and thus to promote contemporary studies in this field.
- Professor Charles Guignon (University of South Florida)
- Professor Robert Bernasconi (Pennsylvania State University)
Abstract and paper format:
300-word abstracts and a brief CV should be sent to Jana Elsen (J.Elsen@sussex.ac.uk) no later than the 30th March 2011. Accepted papers should not exceed 3000 words or 20 minutes in their delivery.
Accepted papers will be considered for publication in our e-journal whose launch will coincide with the occasion of this conference.
For more information please check our website: www.sussex-phenomenology.blogspot.com