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Existentialism and Political Thought
Maison française d'Oxford
Oxford United Kingdom
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Conference will begin at 1pm on Thursday 5th July and end at 5pm on Friday 6th July. Submitted papers will be presented in two parallel streams of sessions.

Registration deadline: 27 June.

Full Schedule available here: http://bit.ly/UKSS2018schedule
Abstracts of Parallel Session Papers available here: http://bit.ly/UKSS2018abstracts

Registration includes lunch on the Friday and refreshments on both days.

Accommodation is not included. For accommodation, we recommend St Hugh's College or Keble College booked through: http://bit.ly/CollegeRooms

Registration costs are different for members and non-members. Members of the North American Sartre Society and subscribers to Sartre Studies International count as members. To join the UK Sartre Society or subscribe to the journal, see: https://uksartresociety.com/join/


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Keynote Address

Simone de Beauvoir and the New Materialisms: Questioning the Posthuman Turn
- Sonia Kruks (Oberlin College)


Submitted Papers

Authenticité, Égalité, Fraternité? Existentialism, Charlie, and the Politics of Crisis
Elizabeth Benjamin (Coventry University)

Frantz Fanon, Misrecognition and Social Justice
- Louis Blond (University of Cape Town)

Sartre's guerre fantôme: A Kafkaesque Subtext in the Postwar Writings
- Jo Bogaerts (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Why Ecofeminists Should (Also) Be Ecophenomenologists
- Robert Booth (University of Liverpool)

Human Being is Freedom: Why Sartre Couldn't Be a Neoliberal Thinker
- Marta Agata Chojnacka (Nicolaus Copernicus University)

A History without Shadows
- Duane H. Davis (University of North Carolina at Asheville)

Christian Existentialism and Political Thought: Freedom and Transcendence
- Dries Deweer (Tilburg University)

Using Sartre to Identify Pseudo-Political Action in the Age of Social Media
- Mary Edwards (Cardiff University)

Beauvoir, Sartre and the Implications of Social Ontology for Politics: Could Sartre have been a Free Market Capitalist?
- Matt Eshleman (University of North Carolina Wilmington)

Situating Women's Experiences of Pornography
- Fiona Vera Gray (Durham University)

The Existential Turn in Recent Global Political Thought
- T Storm Heter (East Stroudsburg University of PA)

Sartre on Human Arbitrariness
- Peter Hulme (Birkbeck, University of London)

Simone de Beauvoir and The Politics of Biography
- Kate Kirkpatrick (University of Hertfordshire)

Beauvoir on Womens Complicity in their own Unfreedom
- Charlotte Knowles (University of Groningen)

Learning from Fanon's Lived Philosophy
- Rafe McGregor (Leeds Trinity University)

Merleau-Ponty, Existential Phenomenology, and Transgender Body Politics
- Jingchao Ma (Villanova University)

Camus's Artistic Sensibility and the Grey Zone of Violent Resistance
- Masa Mrovlje (University of Edinburgh)

Does the City of Ends Correspond to a Classless Society? A New Idea of Democracy in Sartre's Hope Now
- Maria Russo (San Raffaele University)

Rethinking Authenticity: Sartre and Taylor in Dialogue
- Kyle Shuttleworth (Queens University Belfast)

The Imaginary Gaze: A Re-Reading of Sartre's Challenge to White Supremacy
- Betty Jean Stoneman (Emory University)

Beauvoir and Fanon on the Vicissitudes of Recognition: Politicizing Hegel in Post-war France
- Mariana Teixeira (Brazilian Centre for Analysis and Planning)


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Registration Options
Date
Jul 05, 2018 1:00 PM



Admission Level Price Quantity
Standard non-member £40.00 (£42.19 w/service fee)
Standard member £30.00 (£31.84 w/service fee)
Student/unwaged non-member £30.00 (£31.84 w/service fee)
Student/unwaged member £20.00 (£21.49 w/service fee)
 
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Location

Maison française d'Oxford (View)
2-10 Norham Rd
Oxford OX2 6SE
United Kingdom


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None

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: UK Sartre Society
On BPT Since: May 01, 2018
 
UK Sartre Society
uksartresociety@gmail.com
uksartresociety.com
 

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