‘Engaged Phenomenology’ – Timetable released for Conference 2020 Online

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Last chance to register for the live conference: 3 Keynote Zoom presentations – 58 Speakers pre-recorded videos – Q&A forum.

‘Engaged Phenomenology’ – the British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference, with the University of Exeter, co-sponsored by Egenis and the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health. This year, due to global concerns about the Coronavirus pandemic the conference will be held online.

Online (platform details released to registered participants nearer the time).

LIVE: Thursday 3 – Saturday 5 September
> Registration closes Saturday 29 August (midnight BST UK)

CATCH-UP: Sunday 6 – Sunday 13 September 2020
> Catch-Up Registration opens Sunday 6 September

‘Engaged Phenomenology’ seeks to complement the approaches of applied and critical phenomenology by investigating embodied lived experience through a plurality of voices, encouraging dialogue between phenomenology, as a philosophical approach, and other disciplines, in addition to practitioners and individuals outside the academy. The aim is to engage phenomenological approaches across a variety of contexts (e.g., healthcare, medicine, education, design, art, psychology, architecture, community spaces, etc.) with the hope of opening up the phenomenological approach to individuals and communities outside of traditional philosophical spaces for the encouragement of dialogue, interaction and deeper understanding of the complexities of embodied lived experience across a diversity of contexts, while also being alert to the socio-political realities and power relations which frame experience.

Keynotes and speakers

> Sophie Loidolt. Professor of philosophy and chair of practical philosophy, Technische Universität Darmstadt / Technical University of Darmstadt.
> Mariana Ortega. Associate Professor of Philosophy; Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities; and Latina/o Studies at Penn State.
> Dan Zahavi. Professor of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen; Professor of Philosophy, University of Oxford; Director of Center for Subjectivity Research (CFS).
Keynote presentations will be streamed live over Zoom and will include time for Q&As; the audience will be able to submit questions via Zoom chat, and these questions will be put to the Keynote by the Chair of the session.
> Speakers: an exciting and diverse range of papers from 62 speakers giving 58 presentations selected from our call for papers; these presentations will be pre-recorded videos released along a single track in themed panels according to a timetable, Q&As will be conducted via a chat forum.

Registration, more information and questions:
You can find more information and register to attend on the BSP 2020 Annual Conference Online website: https://www.britishphenomenology.org.uk/bsp-annual-conference-2020/.