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Phenomenology and Aesthetics Workshop
6 December 2019 @ 09:30 - 18:00
Along with the OZSW Phenomenology Study Group, the Philosophy Department of Tilburg University is hosting a one-day workshop on Phenomenology and Aesthetics. The morning session will consist of work-in-progress papers from PhD and early-career researchers, and the afternoon session will comprise of a keynote lecture and reading group, led by our invited speaker Arthur Cools (University of Antwerp).
Attendance is free. Please register by emailing Catherine Robb (email@example.com) by 2nd December, 2019 at the latest. When registering please indicate whether you want to join for the informal workshop dinner afterwards. Unfortunately expenses cannot be covered for this.
0945 – 1000: Welcome
1000 – 1045: Gerlinde Van Puymbroeck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
“Beyond the Object: Questioning the notion of art in contemporary neoliberalism”
1045 – 1130: Clinton Verdonschot (University of Essex)
“Aesthetics Rationalism: A Candidate for a Feminist Theory of Aesthetic Perceiving?”
1130 – 1200: Break
1200 – 1245: Kate Khan (National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
“The reality of embodied space: phenomenology of ‘the inhabited flesh of the world’ versus ‘the res extensa beneath the Sun’”
1245 – 1330: Pablo Fernández Velasco (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)
“The Aesthetics of Being Lost”
1330 – 1430: Lunch
1430 – 1600: Reading Workshop – texts to be announced and sent round to all registered participants
1600 – 1630: Break
1630 – 1800: Keynote Lecture – Arthur Cools (University of Antwerp)
“Facticity and Image Experience”
1830: Workshop dinner (venue and menu tbc – please indicate if you would like to attend when registering)
Catherine M. Robb (Tilburg University) – firstname.lastname@example.org
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