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ANNOUNCEMENT: New issue published
Evental Aesthetics, an open-access journal of philosophy, is pleased to announce the publication of its latest issue: Aesthetic Intersections 1 is now available at http://eventalaesthetics.net/latestissue/, including original research articles on Musical Expressiveness, the Musical Silhouette, Richard Wright's Haiku, Hip Hop and Event, Deleuzian Creativity and Somaster Fiction.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Ural Federal University is organising an international conference titled: “Communication trends in post-literacy” between 26-28 April, 2018 in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2018
Please, find further information and the application form in the attached pdf.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Thematic issue published
ESPES Vol. 6, No 2 (2017): Aesthetics Between Art and Society: Perspectives of Arnold Berleant’s Postkantian Aesthetics of Engagement
ESPES, the journal of the Slovak Society for Aesthetics, published its latest thematic issue dedicated to aesthetics of Arnold Berleant. The Editors invite you to review its content at espes.ff.unipo.sk.
The Editorial Board of Espes journal is grateful for work and fruitful cooperation with the host editor of the current special issue Aleksandra Lukaszewicz Alcaraz, from the Akademia Sztuki w Szczecinie, Poland.
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Editorial Board of The Polish Journal of Aesthetics kindly invite Authors to submit proposals to a special issue of the journal titled “Behavioral Aesthetics. Techne–Desire–Savior-faire” edited by Daniel Ross (Universidad de Investigación de Tecnología Experimental Yachay, Ecuador) and Adrian Mróz (Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland), with the preface of Anaïs Nony (Florida State University).
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2018
Please, find the CFP with further information on the topic and details regarding the submission in the attached pdf.
The selection of essays in the 19th Yearbook of the International Association for Aesthetics aims to analyse the phenomenon of retracing the past, i.e. of identifying the signs, details and processes of the creative re-interpretation of long-lasting traditions both in actual works of art and in aesthetic thought, hence where the historical interconnectedness and the influence of earlier sources can appear.
Zoltán Somhegyi is a Hungarian art historian with a PhD in aesthetics, based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates and working as an Assistant Professor at the College of Fine Arts and Design of the University of Sharjah. As a researcher of art history and aesthetics, he is specialised in 18–19 century art and art theory. Apart from being an art historian of classical arts, his other fields of interest are contemporary fine arts and art market trends. He curated exhibitions in six countries, participated in international art projects and often lectures on art in academic conferences. He is Secretary General and Website Editor of the International Association for Aesthetics and Consultant of Art Market Budapest – International Contemporary Art Fair. He is the author of books, academic papers, artist catalogues and more than two hundred articles, essays, critiques, and art fair reviews.