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Who is Afraid of Experimentation? Art Theory in Japan after World War II,
with Genta OKAMOTO (Okayama University, Japan), Ayako IKENO (JSPS, Tokyo University, Japan)
and Giuseppe PATELLA (University of Rome Tor Vergata).
October 8th, 2013, 10 a.m.
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Via Columbia 1
00133 Rome (Italy).
International Conference “Literary Theories and Critiques of Our Time” & 11th Annual Conference of China Association of Sino-Foreign Literary and Arts Theories (CASFLAT), August 15-19, 2014
Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan Province, ChinaCo-sponsored by CASFLAT, Henan University College of Humanities, Section of Literary Theories of Institute of Literature, CASS, and International Association for Aesthetics
The 11th Annual Conference of CASFLAT on “The Literary Theory and Critique of Our Times” concentrates on the relationship of literary theory and critique to the times, society and contemporary living condition. Theme of 2014 is to restate the commitment of relating literary theoretical studies with the presence of contemporary China, in the hope of exploring the ways to rectifying the separation between theories and practices, and the inadequate introductions and interpretations of the foreign and classical literary theories.
This conference will include panel presentations, and keynote speeches by invited international scholars, as well as roundtable discussions. This conference welcomes papers address on, but not limited to, the following research topics:
The conference committee has arranged the post-conference cultural tour, including three lines: Luoyang (Shaolin Temple and Longmen Grottos), Anyang (Relics of Yin Dynasty), and Kaifeng (Dragon Pagoda, Prime Minister Temple, Jin-Shan-Gan Guild Hall), which is not covered by the registration fee. The conference committee will be assisting to contact with local tourist agencies.
We cordially welcome you to attend our 11th CASFLAT conference and look forward to the reunion in Kaifeng! Should you have any questions, please contact with us:
Evental Aesthetics 2, no.1 (2013) - Aesthetics Before 1700 - Deadline: February 1, 2013
The Editors of Evental Aesthetics, a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to philosophy and art, are pleased to invite submissions for our forthcoming issue on aesthetic practices developed prior to 1700.
We welcome authors from any discipline, and topics based on the aesthetic practice of any culture. Neither philosophical perspectives nor artworks proposed for analysis need originate in Western cultures, although they may of course do so.
This section contains the Newsletters and Yearbooks published by the IAA, links to journals published by the National Societies of Aesthetics or edited by members of the IAA, the archives of the IAA, and proceedings documenting conferences organized by the IAA or member societies.
The First International Congress of Aesthetics (ICA) has been organized by Max Dessoir in Berlin in 1913. A second congress took place in Paris in 1937. Interrupted by the Second World War, the congresses resumed in 1956, when the third congress was held in Venice. From that time until 1992, congresses took place at four-year intervals. From that time on they have been arranged at three-year intervals. Until 2000 all congresses were held in Europe. Increasing interest in aesthetics and a greater concern for international communication and association led the Association to enlarge the geographical scope of the congresses, starting with the XVth ICA in Tokyo, 2001. Rio de Janeiro in 2004, Ankara in 2007 and Beijing in 2010. In 2013 - exactly one hundred years since the first congress in Berlin, the congress will be in Krakow .
Please note that the membership rate is $ 30 for three years.
Membership rate for students for three years is $15
n.b. Those who participate in the International Congresses of the IAA (which are held every three years, the next one will be in Krakow in 2013) are automatically member of the IAA, as the fee for the three year membership of the IAA ($ 30) is included in the congress fee.
Next to the journals published by the National Societies of Aesthetics, this list also contains the names of journals in the domain of aesthetics and philosophy of art edited by individual members of the IAA, as well as journals of other organizations.
The International Association of Aesthetics/Association Internationale d’Esthétique formally came into existence in 1988 at the XIth International Congress of Aesthetics in Nottingham, England. However, the history of international association in aesthetics goes back many years. It began with the First International Congress of Aesthetics organized by Max Dessoir in Berlin in 1913. A second congress took place in Paris in 1937. Interrupted by the Second World War, the congresses resumed in 1956, when the third congress was held in Venice. From that time until 1992 with the meeting in Madrid, congresses took place at four-year intervals: in Athens in 1960, Amsterdam in 1964, Upsala in 1968, Bucharest in 1972, Darmstadt in 1976, Dubrovnik in 1980, Montreal in 1984, and in Nottingham in 1988.
Before 1984 these meetings were arranged by the Comité International d'Esthétique. Its members included many of the most eminent scholars in aesthetics representing countries with a strong tradition in aesthetics, including France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Japan, and the United States. At various times the Comité included Etienne Souriau, Mikel Dufrenne, Harold Osborne, Luigi Pareyson, Tonomobu Imamichi, Milan Damnjanovic, Thomas Munro, and many other distinguished scholars.
As interest in aesthetics increased throughout the world, this committee, which was self-appointed and self-perpetuating, became at the same time less active and unable to respond to the needs of the growing community of aestheticians. At the IXth International Congress in 1980 in Dubrovnik, the decision was made to establish an international association. A committee, partly appointed by the Comité and partly elected by the delegates present, was charged with drafting a constitution. The work of that committee was presented at the next congress at Montreal in 1984. A constitution that included membership for both national societies and individual scholars was adopted by the delegates present, and a provisional Executive Committee was elected to begin organizing the Association. Harold Osborne, who had been a member of the Comité and was instrumental in encouraging the organization of an international association, became our first President, planning was begun for future congresses and proposals made for additional activities of the Association. He has since been followed in office by Göran Hermerén, Arnold Berleant, Aleš Erjavec, Ken-ichi Sasaki, Heinz Paetzold, Jos de Mul, Curtis Carter and Gao Jianping.
Since the election of officers at its formal inauguration in 1988, the IAA/AIE has carried on its activities on a regular basis. It has continued to organize international congresses, following the meeting in Nottingham with a congress in Madrid in 1992. Increasing interest in aesthetics and a greater concern for international communication and association led the Association to enlarge the geographical scope of the congresses and to arrange them at three-year intervals, first in Lahti, Finland in 1995, in Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1998, in Tokyo, Japan in 2001, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2004, Ankara, Turkey in 2007, Beijing, China in 2010, Krakow, Poland in 2013 and Seoul, Korea in 2016. The Association also expanded its activities to include publication of the IAA Newsletter and, beginning in 1996, the International Yearbook of Aesthetics. In 2019, the international congress will be held in Belgrade, Serbia.