The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology.
Location and time
> International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, UK.
> 9am Thursday 5 – 4.30pm Saturday 7 September 2019.
The draft conference programme is available to view or download on the BSP Annual Conference 2019 – programme, abstracts and biographies page.
A big thank you to all speakers and delegates at the BSP Annual Conference 2019
Check out these photos of our speakers from the conference.
Keith Crome, Principal Lecturer in Philosophy, and Education Lead for the Department of History, Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University.
“Education as Child’s Play”
Linda Finlay, Integrative Psychotherapist, freelance Academic Consultant (Open University), and Editor of the European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy.
“First person plural? Exploring the emergence of ‘multiple selves’ in existential psychotherapy”
Dylan Trigg, FWF Lise Meitner Senior Fellow in the Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna.
“Who is the Subject of Birth?”
Advice for speakers
Here is some advice for speakers at the BSP annual conference, including paper lengths, timings, and technology.
Call for Papers
The call for papers closed on 31 May 2019.
Registration is now closed.
The BSP Annual Conference is a longstanding and respected feature of the UK academic scene, providing a friendly and supportive forum for inter-disciplinary discussion. We actively seek to explore the interface between the theory and history of phenomenology and its practice across multiple perspectives, from practitioners and philosophers, including both the European / Continental and Anglo-American / Analytic traditions, as well as postgraduate researchers.
Locations and map
International Anthony Burgess Foundation,
Engine House, Chorlton Mill, 3 Cambridge Street,
Manchester, UK. M1 5BY.
Venue website: https://www.anthonyburgess.org/
Conference meal and evening entertainment
The conference meal is not included in the registration. Details of this and other evening entertainments are below:
>Wednesday 4 September: 7.30pm
For those of you who will be in Manchester on the Wednesday evening before the conference, we will be meeting at the ground floor bar at Home for some relaxing drinks.
This is the venue where we will be having the Conference Dinner on Friday evening – see map above and address / image of venue below under Conference Dinner.
>Thursday 5 September: 7pm
80 Great Bridgewater St, Manchester M1 5JG
See map above
>Conference Dinner – Friday 6 September: 8pm
You can find out more about and pay for the Conference Dinner by clicking the button below or at our Check-In Desk at the Conference Centre.
First floor restaurant
2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN
See map above
There are many hotels in Manchester, here are four of the nearest to the venue, at the budget and medium price range:
|Holiday Inn Express Manchester CC – Oxford Road||2-4 Oxford Road, M1 5QA||(Oxford Road, down towards the Burgess Foundation from Oxford Road station)|
|Crowne Plaza Manchester – Oxford Road||55 Booth Street West, M15 6PQ||(Near Manchester Business School, down from Royal College of Music, just off Oxford Road)|
|Innside by Melia Manchester||1 First Street, M15 4RP||(Near Home arts complex, First Street area which backs onto the Burgess Foundation)|
|Premier Inn Manchester Deensgate Locks||Medlock Street, M15 5FJ||(Not so near Deensgate Locks! – behind First Street area which backs onto the Burgess Foundation)|
More information and questions
If you have any questions about the conference, please email: [email protected]