The British Society for Phenomenology Podcast kicks off on Friday 5 June with presentations from our two big 2019 events.
The BSP Podcast is a regular audio streaming service free to all. Its aim is to both promote the British Society for Phenomenology and its activities, as well as preserve, archive, and share the work of phenomenologists associated with the society.
Season four begins with a full week of releases from the JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference: On the History of Being – After the Black Notebooks (2019). This event was held in celebration of fifty years of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology. The opening episode on Friday 5 June comes from our own Ullrich Haase, editor of the journal from 2005 to 2019, who stood down from the role in the wake of this conference and the publication hitting its landmark year. The following day keynote speaker Babette Babich presents “Heidegger on Nietzsche’s ‘Rediscovery’ of the Greeks: Machenschaft and Seynsgeschichte in the Black Notebooks”. From the Sunday we see a whole host of presentations from our panel speakers.
After that, the podcast moves on to recordings from our Annual Conference 2019: The Theory and Practice of Phenomenology. More news on that when we have finalised the release schedule.
In the meantime, why not check out some of the 69 previous episodes of the BSP Podcast.