Call for abstracts for the 2022 conference to be held in person at the Maison Française in Oxford 4-5 July.
The UK Sartre Society is pleased to announce that their 2022 conference is planned to be held in person at the Maison Française in Oxford on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th July. The organisers invite abstracts on any aspects of the works of Beauvoir or Sartre; and intend to hold a large event ranging across their whole careers and all their genres.
> Professor Meryl Altman (DePauw University), author of Beauvoir In Time (Brill, 2020).
> Dr Henry Somers-Hall (RHUL), author of Judgement and Sense in Modern French Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2022)
There will also be a screening the 1947 film made from Sartre’s screenplay, Les Jeux sont faits.
> Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. Please bear in mind that each selected paper will be scheduled 30 minutes for presentation plus some time for questions.
> All talks at the conference will be presented in English, so abstracts should be in English.
> Abstracts must be submitted through the online submission system. This is a simple text system, so abstracts cannot include footnotes or text formatting. Please prepare your abstract in a simple text editor, then paste it into the form.
> Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, so should not include any information that would identify their authors.
> The abstract submission system will close at midnight (UK time) at the end of Sunday 24th April, so that the review process can begin the next day.
> The organisers plan to communicate our decisions in early May, then announce the line-up and open registration in the middle of May.
> Abstracts are submitted here: https://bit.ly/UKSS2022CFA