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CALL FOR PAPERS (Extended deadline)
The Editorial Board of ESPES journal has postponed the deadline for the thematic issue call on Tomas Kulka’s aesthetics and philosophy of art. More information can be find on the Journal’s website and in this previous IAA announcement.
Deadline for submissions (postponed): September 30, 2019.
CALL FOR PAPERS
IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca is launching a Winter School that aims at critically analysing the multifarious notion of ?cut?. The notion of cut plays a crucial role in different disciplines from the Humanities and the Social Sciences, among others, a circumstance that makes it an ideal subject for careful scrutiny and examination from both an historical and a theoretical perspective. The occasion is particularly favourable as the Winter School is contiguous with the international three day conference on John Ruskin to be held, among other locations, at IMT Lucca on 28th November.
Deadline for application: 6 October, 2019.
Please, find further details in the attachment.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Aesthetics of the everyday life in contemporary cities
Aesthetics as a philosophical discipline is confronted today with the challenge of responding to the complex phenomena of contemporary daily life. The 8th Mediterranean Congress of Aesthetics focuses on the aesthetics of everyday life, as a field of study that is concerned with the interplay of the active subject with the social-political milieu of contemporary cities.
The congress aims to a creative debate between philosophers, aestheticians, art theorists and theorists of architecture, as well as artists, architects, urban and landscape designers, theorists and researchers of culture and the media, who are interested in formulating a critical contemplation, in relation to the aesthetics of everyday life in contemporary cities.
Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 December, 2019.
Please, find further details in the attachments.
Society for Aesthetics in Slovakia
Society for Aesthetics in Slovakia (SPES) was established in Prešov in 2011. The key objectives of SPES are (1) to promote freedom of research and thinking in the field of aesthetics, (2) to create conditions for the free professional discussion on aesthetic topics in theory and practice, (3) to spread the latest knowledge in the field of aesthetics for the professional and general public, (4) to promote the results of the scientific research in the field of aesthetics to both specialised professionals and the wider public, including the media, cultural institutions and school practice, (5) to organize scientific and professional events, scientific conferences, seminars, workshops, symposia, lectures, discussions among experts from Slovakia and abroad, (6) to cooperate with similar organizations at home and abroad, and (7) to develop publishing activities mainly in the periodical established by SPES: ESPES online journal as well as in other publications. ESPES journal (electronic magazine of the Society for Aesthetics in Slovakia) is a scholarly, aesthetic and artistic online journal, intended for the professional public in the given departments, for PhD, BA and MA students, as well as for the broader public. ESPES regularly publishes a selection of professional works of various kinds - studies, reviews, essays, reports, etc. Contributions to the journal are anonymously peer-reviewed. The journal is published twice a year, in June and December.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Literature has so far played a central role in the philosophical debates concerning fiction, narrative and the cognitive relevance of art. The goal of this conference is to explore whether the accounts developed starting from the paradigmatic case of literature can also be applied to other forms of art or if the latter rather require sharply different approaches. We invite submissions for 40-minute presentations (with 20 additional minutes for discussion).
Deadline for submissions: 31 December, 2019.
For further details please visit the website of the conference.
Announcement from the President of the IAA, Jale N. Erzen:
New Officers of the IAA, serving from 2019 to 2022:
President: Miodrag Suvakovic
Vice President: Krystyna Wilkoszevska
Second Vice President: Joosik Min
Secretary General: Zoltan Somhegyi
Vice-Secretary General: Polona Tratnik
Delegate at Large: Andrea Baldini
Culture and Dialogue provides a forum for researchers from philosophy as well as other disciplines who study cultural formations dialogically, through comparative analysis, or within the tradition of hermeneutics. For each issue, the Journal seeks to bring manuscripts together with a common denominator. We are pleased to announce the release of Volume 7, Number 1 (2019) on the theme of Dialogue and Creativity.
Please, find further details and TOC in the attachment.
CALL FOR PAPERS
At the outset of the 21st century technological advances combined with shifting geo-political conditions have radically altered the nature of things, from smartphones to the internet of things in contexts that are both “global”and “post-colonial”. In the spirit of collective inter-disciplinary scholarly enquiry, this conference proposes as a first step of “rethinking”the thing in the 21st century a workshop of international thinkers and practitioners across multiple fields. We invite proposals on any topic relevant to the problem of the current nature and understanding of things from disciplines such as, but not confined to, philosophy, design, aesthetics, cultural theory, and the arts.
Deadline for abstract submissions: 30 June, 2019.
Please, find further details in the attached pdf.
The Finnish Society of Aesthetics commemorates the 60th birthday of Professor Arto Haapala with the anthology Paths from the Philosophy of Art to Everyday Aesthetics (ed. Oiva Kuisma, Sanna Lehtinen, and Harri Mäcklin). The twelve essays collected in this volume discuss a wide range of topics from aesthetic intimacy to the nature of modernity and the essence of everydayness, which play important roles both in the philosophy of art and everyday aesthetics. The book can be downloaded in pdf-format from HELDA, the digital repository of the University of Helsinki: https://helda.helsinki.fi/handle/10138/302115