Tuesday 18th July 2017
Maison Française, Oxford
9.00am – 5.00pm
Professor Christina Howells (Oxford)
The Second Sex: from idealism to materialism and back
Katja Čičigoj (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen)
Mindfulness after Existentialism – Through the Mind’s Eye
Ruth Kitchen (EHESS Paris)
Seriality and the Crisis of Democracy. Taking Sartre into Democratic Theory
Matthias Lievens (KU Leuven)
The Body is a Situation: Beauvoir outside the Sex-Gender Distinction
Emma Jane McNicol (Monash)
The Existential Subject and Freedom in Learning: a Dialogue with Sartre
Miranda Matthews (Goldsmiths, University of London)
Sartre’s Theory of the Author-Reader Relationship
Marieke Mueller (University of Paris Nanterre)
The Critique of Presence: Sartre’s Influence on Derrida
Gavin Rae (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Untenable Positions: Existentialism and the Case against the Unconscious Mind
Ian Scrannage (South Gloucestershire and Stroud College)
Alain Badiou: A Student of Sartre
Chingshun Sheu (National Taiwan Normal University)
Authenticity Beyond Existentialism: A Socio-Existential Approach
Kyle Shuttleworth (Queens University Belfast)
Existentialism and Political Failure: Lessons for Today
Michael Sigrist (George Washington University)
Sartre’s Conceptions of Agency and Its Value for the Philosophy of History
Sina Talachian (Kings College London)
Inauthenticity and Violence: The Case of Antisemitism
Dror Yinon (Bar-Ilan University)
Registration includes lunch and refreshments.
Accessibility and dietary requirements can be specified at online registration.
Standard registration: £40.
UK Sartre Society members and Sartre Studies International subscribers: £30.
Students and unwaged registrants who are not members or subscribers: £30.
Students and unwaged registrants who are members or subscribers: £20.
Registration deadline: Friday 30th June
Registration is online only: http://uksartresociety2017.bpt.me