A big thank you to all speakers and delegates at the JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference

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Some photos of our speakers from the JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference held 31 May – 2 June 2019 in Manchester, UK.

In celebration of Volume 50 of the Journal of British Society for Phenomenology, the BSP ran a three-day conference examining the contribution of Heidegger’s Schwarze Hefte (Black Notebooks) to an understanding of the question of the history of being. The conference was held at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester, UK, between Friday 31 May and Sunday 2 June 2019.

The speakers who gathered in Manchester from across the world were: Babette Babich, Matthew Barnard, Robert Bernasconi, Francesca Brencio, Jack Coopey, Ullrich Haase, Niall Keane, Dominic Kelly, Matthew Kruger-Ross, Lin Ma, Aleš Novak, Gülben Salman, Prabhsharanbir Singh, and Salvatore Spina.

Patrick O’Connor, NTU, President of the British Society for Phenomenology.
Opening Address:

Ullrich Haase, MMU, Editor of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, and conference organiser
“How can the Black Notebooks Enlighten us about the Question for the History of Being?”:

Lin Ma, Renmin University
“On the Double Role of Going-Under in the History of Beyng: Thinking Beneath and Beyond Heidegger’s Ponderings in the Black Notebooks”:

Gülben Salman, Ankara University
“From Pseudos to Falsum: Heidegger on Truth”:

Jack Coopey, University of Durham
“Gigantisms: Heidegger’s Black Notebooks – From the Meaning of Being to the History of Being as Heimatland and the Writing Style of the Denktagebuch”:

Babette Babich, Fordham University and University of Winchester 
“Heidegger on Nietzsche’s ‘Rediscovery’ of the Greeks: Machenschaft and Seynsgeschichte in the Black Notebooks”:

Dominic Kelly, MMU
“Heidegger’s Language: Why the Turn away from Nietzsche involves a Turn towards him”:

Matthew Kruger-Ross, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
“What can Heidegger teach us? After the Black Notebooks”:

Niall Keane, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
“The World as Natural or Abysmal? The Threat of Naturalism and the History of Beyng”:

Prabhsharanbir Singh, University of British Columbia (& University of the Fraser Valley)
“The Auseinandersetzung with Colonialism and the Oblivion of Other Beginnings in Heidegger’s History of Being”:

Salvatore Spina, University of Messina
“‘Sacrificing for Being’: Opfer and Seinsfrage in Heidegger’s Black Notebooks”:

Robert Bernasconi, Pennsylvania State University
“The Overcoming of the Beyng of Machenschaft”:

Matthew Barnard, MMU
“Heidegger’s Conception of Freedom and the Empowerment of Being”:

Aleš Novak, Univerzita Karlova
“Heidegger’s Marx: Finding Marx’ Place within the History of Beyng”:

Francesca Brencio, University of Seville
“Heidegger, Catholicism and the History of Being”:

Keith Crome (right), from the BSP Exec, thanking journal editor and conference organiser Ullrich Haase (left) at the conclusion of the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology:

Finally, a big thank you from Ullrich Haase and the BSP to all the speakers and delegates at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology… you made this a brilliant conference…

The BSP Podcast will release the papers of many of the speakers at the beginning of our fourth season, beginning summer 2019. The full programme with abstracts is still available online and for download on the JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference website.