Cambridge, del 18 al 20 de septiembre de 2015. La BSA invita a proponer simposios y comunicaciones para su próximo congreso anual, que contará con la presencia de David Bordwell, uno de los teóricos e historiadores del cine más relevantes de las últimas décadas. María José Alcaraz, SOCyA de SEyTA, forma parte del comité organizador de esta edición.
The British Society of Aesthetics Annual Conference
Catherine Elgin (Harvard University)
Emily Brady (University of Edinburgh)
Gregory Currie (University of York)
Proposals for symposia are invited in all areas of philosophical aesthetics. Proposals may be for panels on particular themes, author-meets-critics sessions or other special sessions. Proposals for symposia should include a general description of the topic or theme, along with the names and affiliations of all proposed participants and brief abstracts of all papers.
Symposia will last two hours, including discussion time, and should normally have three participants (at most four). Students may not submit proposals for symposia, though symposia may include students as participants, in which case their status should be specified.
The BSA has adopted the Good Practice Policy recommendations of the British Philosophical Association and the Society for Women in Philosophy. When drawing up a list of potential invited speakers, organizers must take reasonable steps to ensure that women are well represented, and provide evidence of having done so in their proposals. See the Good Practice website (bpa.ac.uk/resources/women-in-philosophy/good-practice) for more information and advice.
Papers are invited in all areas of philosophical aesthetics. All submissions should include a 200-word abstract and must be prepared for blind review.
There are two categories of submission/
1. Regular submissions may not exceed 3500 words excluding abstract (around 30 minutes’ reading time, to be followed by discussion). Students may not submit in this category.
2. Student submissions by students enrolled in MA or doctoral degree programmes are to be marked as such at the time of submission and may not exceed 2500 words excluding abstract (around 20-25 minutes’ reading time, to be followed by discussion). Students whose papers are accepted will receive a stipend to defray conference fees, accommodation and travel costs. The winner of the prize for the best paper by a student will also receive a prize of £100.
Abstracts without full papers, papers that are not prepared for blind review and papers that exceed the maximum length will not be considered.
You may either submit a paper or be a member of a proposed panel, but not both.
Please also indicate whether you are willing to serve as a panel chair.
Submissions should be sent by email attachment in Word format to:
with the author’s name, affiliation, status (student or not) and contact details in the body of the email. Please also direct any questions to this address.
Murray Smith (co-chair, Kent), Dawn Wilson (co-chair, Hull), Maria José Alcaraz-León (Murcia), David Davies (McGill), Fabian Dorsch (Fribourg), Jonathan Gilmore (CUNY/Baruch College), Louise Hanson (Cambridge), Áine Mahon (University College Dublin), Katherine Thomson-Jones (Oberlin), Lee Walters (Southampton).