Call for papers: ‘Engaged Phenomenology II’, University of Exeter, Tuesday 30 August – Thursday 1 September 2022 (in-person & online).
Call for Papers:
Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions, and Sociality
The British Society for Phenomenology Annual UK Conference 2022
Location: University of Exeter, UK, in-person and virtual (hybrid)
Date: Tuesday 30 August – Thursday 1 September 2022
CfP deadline: Thursday 31 March 2022 (midnight UK)
‘Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions and Sociality’ is an invitation for phenomenologists and practitioners to critically reflect on how lived experiences regarding embodiment, emotions and sociality are incorporated into their work. It encourages people working through phenomenological approaches to more explicitly consider the socio-political realities and power relations which inevitably frame experience – whether writing from first-hand experience, citing case studies, undertaking qualitative research, or engaging with communities. Taking stock in this way raises questions of methodology and ethics, of course, but can also more radically point towards the transformative potential within phenomenology to address and democratise the conditions of possibility for both theory and praxis. Complementing applied and critical phenomenology, engaged phenomenology appeals across disciplines and beyond the academy. Its focus on relational lived realities speaks to a variety of contexts…
> Prof. Alia Al-Saji, associate professor of philosophy, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
> Prof. Giovanna Colombetti, professor of philosophy, University of Exeter, UK.
> Dr Ullrich Haase, principal lecturer in philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
The conference will take place face-to-face at the University of Exeter, UK, with the option of attending and presenting virtually. You can tell us if you wish to present face-to-face or remotely during the abstract submission process.
We welcome abstracts for single authored papers and papers from multiple authors, as well as pre-constituted themed panels of two to four papers.
You can also submit abstracts to the conference via two special panel CfPs:
> The Shame and Medicine research project: ‘Phenomenology and Shame Experiences’.
The Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures (itDf) research project: ‘Phenomenology, Disability, and Technology’.
Check out the full Call for Papers and abstract submission system...