British Society for Phenomenology Events

The events of the British Society for Phenomenology aim to provide a friendly and supportive forum for inter-disciplinary discussion. Due to the COVID-19 situation, we are no longer planning any workshops for 2020, however, our annual conference will go ahead online. See COVID-19 update page and conference page.

Amid global concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19), the British Society of Phenomenology (BSP) is closely monitoring the situation with respect to its planned events. As of 30 April 2020, the only event we will be running this year is our annual conference, and this will be online.

Forthcoming events

Annual Conference 2020: ‘Engaged Phenomenology’.
Online (see COVID-19 updates). (BSP with the University of Exeter, Egenis, and the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health).
3 – 5 September 2020

Past events

Annual Conference 2019: The Theory and Practice of Phenomenology.
Manchester. International Anthony Burgess Foundation. (For Manchester Metropolitan University).
5 – 7 September 2019
JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference: On the History of Being – After the Black Notebooks.
Manchester. International Anthony Burgess Foundation. (For Manchester Metropolitan University).
31 May – 2 June 2019
Annual Conference 2018: The Theory and Practice of Phenomenology.
Canterbury. University of Kent
23 – 25 July 2018
Workshop: Embodied Subjects – Phenomenology, Literature, and the Health Humanities.
Manchester. International Anthony Burgess Foundation. (For Manchester Metropolitan University).
13 June 2018
Annual Conference 2017: Phenomenology – Theory and Practice.
Brighton. University of Brighton

11 – 13 Sept 2017
Workshop: Cormac McCarthy and Philosophy.
Manchester. People’s History Museum. (For Manchester Metropolitan University).
26 July 2017
Symposium: Intentionality and the Human.
Newcastle upon Tyne. The Great North Museum
10 December 2016
Annual Conference 2016: The Future of Phenomenology.
Manchester. International Anthony Burgess Foundation. (For Manchester Metropolitan University).
2 – 4 Sept 2016