Thursday, May 20th: ROOM: ESSEX HOUSE 18
10:00-11:00 Registration + Coffee
11:00-11:15 Plenary Session Welcome by Christos Hadjioannou, Alexandra Popescu and Joseph Ward
11:20-12:40 Session 1 – Phenomenology and Husserl
Chair: Zoe Sutherland
Speaker 1: Andreas Vrahimis (London Consortium)
Title of paper: Dummet’s View of the Origins of Phenomenology
Speaker 2: Bradley Tuck (University of Sussex)
Title of paper: The Politics of Phenomenology: Husserl’s New Beginning
13:40-15:00 Session 2 – Hermeneutic issues in Phenomenology
Chair: Sam Reznek
Speaker 1: David Egan (Oriel College, Oxford)
Title of paper: Recollection and authenticity in Wittgenstein and Heidegger
Speaker 2: Sophie Vlacos (University of Cardiff)
Title of paper: Phenomenology of the Word; A Hermeneutic Approach
15:00-15:20 COFFEE BREAK
15:20-16:40 Session 3 – Issues of Embodiment
Chair: Chris O’ Kane
Speaker 1: Aaron Wendland (Somerville College, Oxford)
Title of paper: Freedom as Response-ability in Being and Time
Speaker 2: Denisa Butnaru (University of Strasbourg)
Title of paper: Disrupted Intentionality and its Implications for a Phenomenology of Embodiment
16:40-17:00 COFFEE BREAK
17:00-18:30 Keynote Speaker
Lawrence Hatab (Old Dominion University)
Title of paper: Dasein: The early years
Chair: Joseph Ward
18:30-18:40 Closing Remarks
Friday, May 21st: ROOM: FRISTON 112
9:00-9:30 Registration and Coffee
9:30-10:50 Session 1 – Heidegger and Aesthetics
Chair: Zoe Sutherland
Speaker 1: Joe Ward (University of Sussex)
Title of paper: Heidegger on Art and the Beautiful
Speaker 2: Jonathan Conley (Boston College)
Title of paper: Art, Truth, and the Interrogative Mode
10:50-11:00 COFFEE BREAK
11:00-12:20 Session 2 – On the verge of the in-apparent: Ereignis and Cinematography
Chair: Alexandra Popescu
Speaker 1: Andreea Parapuf (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Title of paper: Phenomenology and Tautological Thinking in the Later Heidegger
Speaker 2: Timothy Secret (University of Essex)
Title of Paper: Phenomenology as Archi-cinematography?
13:20-14:40 Session 3 – Phenomenology and Literature
Chair: Jana Elsen
Speaker 1: Christina Andrews (University of St. Andrews)
Title of paper: Merleau-Ponty and the Novelistic: Literature as Philosophy
Speaker 2: Claire Guerin (St. John’s College, Oxford)
Title of Paper: Beauvoir reading Husserl: Phenomenology and Fiction- a privileged relationship?
14:40-14:50 COFFEE BREAK
14:50-16:10 Session 4 – Phenomenology and the singular
Chair: Gabriel Martin
Speaker 1: Bernard Cosgrave (University College Dublin)
Title of paper: Levinas’ Launching and Re-launching: Constantly the Same
Speaker 2: Alexandra Popescu (University of Sussex)
Title of paper: Community of Singularities: A Derridean alternative to the Levinasian ‘gap’ between ethics and politics
16:10-16:30 COFFEE BREAK
16:30-18:30 Keynote Speaker – Philosophy Society of the University of Sussex
Robert Bernasconi (Pennsylvania State University)
Title of Paper: Totality and Infinity and its reception
18:30-18:45 Best Paper Prize and Closing Remarks
18:45- 20:00 Drinks at IDS Bar (Sussex Campus)
20:30 Dinner in Brighton and party! (Place to be announced)
9-10 June, 2011
Goldsmiths, University of London
May 10th, 2011
“Adorno on Happiness”,
Feb 2, 2011
“Autonomy and The Work of Art in Adorno”
Centre for Research into Imagination, Creativity and Knowledge,
University of York.
Jan 27th 2011
“What’s so good about Immanent Critique?”
Philosophy Dept, University of Essex.
Friday, April 30th 2010
‘Justification and Practice in Current Liberalism: Critical Perspectives’
London School of Economics,
Thursday March 11th, 2010
Forum for European Philosophy, Room T206,
Lakatos Building, Department of Philosophy, LSE
Saturday, Feb 6th, 2010
Symposium on Lukács’s “Reification Essay”
London Knowledge Lab, 23-29 Emerald Street, WC1N 3QS, (off Lamb’s Conduit Street)
Thursday, 28 January 2010
University of Warwick, ‘Modernism and Aesthetic Transcendence’ : A Workshop on Lydia Goehr’s Work and its Sources
‘Negativity and the Ban on Images in Adorno’s Philosophy of Art’
What’s so Good about Immanent Critique?
SEP-FEP Conference Cardiff, Friday August 28th
“On the Very Idea of Immanent Social Criticism”
I’m giving the talk at the conference: IMAGES OF A DEMYSTIFIED WORLD: CRITICAL THEORY at the John Cabot University – Rome, May 13-15, 2009, organised by Stefano Giachetti. It should be good. I’ve heard that Stefano’s conferences always are.
May 6th 2009
‘Not Much ado About Habermas and Rawls’ University of the West of England, Bristol. Sorry The March 11th date had to be rearranged.
January 23, 2009
“On Not Being Silent in the Darkness: Adorno’s Singular Apophaticism” University of Sussex, Philosophy Society, Arts C233, 4.30p.m.
Sorry this had to be cancelled. I’m hoping Tanja will allow me to give it next year?
‘Giorgio Agamben on ‘bare life’ or How Not to Read Aristotle’s
Politics.’ Royal Institute of Philosophy Invited Lecture Series, University of Keele.
‘Must Criticism be Constructive?’
Symposium at the University of Cambridge with Rüdiger Bittner (Bielefeld), Manuel Dries (Oxford), Martin Eichler (Cambridge), Fabian Freyenhagen (Essex), Axel Honneth (Frankfurt), Michael Hampe (ETH-Zürich), Rahel Jaeggi (Frankfurt) Wayne Martin (Essex) Richard Moran (Harvard) Jörg Schaub (Mannheim) Christian Skirke (Amsterdam) Max Urchs (European Business School of Oestrich-Winkel)
‘On Not Being Silent in the Darkness: Adorno’s Singular
Apophaticism’ North American Critical Theory Roundtable’ Fordham University, New York.
‘Not Much Ado about Habermas and Rawls.
‘SEP-FEP Joint Annual Conference. University College Dublin.