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The Editorial Board of the Art+Media – Journal of Art and Media Studies from Belgrade is pleased to announce the publication of the last two numbers 19 and 20 of the Journal, with papers connected to the topic of the last ICA in Belgrade.
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.
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
CALL FOR PAPERS
Contemporary Aesthetics, the first online, free-access, and peer-reviewed journal in aesthetics, invites submission of articles (7,000 words written in English) discussing aesthetic issues of contemporary relevance that are accessible to readers from diverse disciplinary and cultural backgrounds. We also welcome Short Notes of 300-800 words that address one specific issue, an insight gained from a book, a response to an article previously published in our journal, or a summary of a recently published book that is not available in English. We don't have a specific deadline and we will publish accepted works as soon as they are ready. For more information, visit our website at https://contempaesthetics.org/.
The 21st International Congress of Aesthetics
Possible Worlds of Contemporary Aesthetics: Aesthetics Between History, Geography and Media
July 22-26, 2019, Belgrade, Serbia
The 21st ICA Congress on "Possible Worlds of Contemporary Aesthetics: Aesthetics Between History, Geography and Media", organized by the Faculty of Architecture, The Society for Aesthetics of Architecture and Visual Arts of Serbia (DEAVUS) and International Association for Aesthetics (IAA) will be held July 22-26, 2019 at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture.
The abstract submission has ended. We received over 500 submission from 56 countries.
The ICA 2019 Belgrade aims to map out contemporary aesthetics practices in a vivid dialogue of aestheticians, philosophers, art theorists, architecture theorists, culture theorists, media theorists, artists, media entrepreneurs, architects, cultural activists and researchers in the fields of humanities and social sciences. More precisely, the goal is to map the possible worlds of contemporary aesthetics in Europe, Asia, North and South America, Africa and Australia. The idea is to show, interpret and map the unity and diverseness in aesthetic thought, expression, research, and philosophies on our shared planet. Our goal is to promote a dialogue concerning aesthetics in those parts of the world that have not been involved with the work of the International Association for Aesthetics to this day. Global dialogue, understanding and cooperation are what we aim to achieve.
That said, the 21st ICA will be the first Congress to highlight the aesthetic issues of marginalised countries that have not been fully involved in the work of the IAA. This will be accomplished, among others, via thematic round tables discussing contemporary aesthetics in East Africa and South America.
The Opening Ceremonywill take place at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (which is a few minutes by walk from the venue of the Congress – Faculty of Architecture) on 22nd July, at 9:00 AM, with the Presidential speech and the keynote presentations. In the afternoon Congress will take place at the Faculty of Architecture where it will remain for the whole duration of the Congress.
The final program will be finished by the end of May and posted on the webpage of the Congress.
Webpage of the Congress