The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology.

September 5, 2019 - September 7, 2019
Department of Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University

International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Engine House, Chorlton Mill
3 Cambridge Street
Manchester UK. M1 5BY
United Kingdom

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Manchester Metropolitan University


Manchester Metropolitan University (PhD)

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The British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference 2019 – the Theory and Practice of Phenomenology.

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> International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Manchester, UK (See ‘Location’ below).
> Thursday 5 – Saturday 7 September 2019 (exact times will be announced with the first draft of conference programme on or around Saturday 29 June).

Registration – with special early bird rates, plus bursaries and child care subsides – is now open. Go to our registration page to find out more. Registration does not include the conference meal nor accommodation.

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. The conference aims to include, but is not limited to:

  • Art (fine art, photography, video games, poetry, literature, film, architecture, music)
  • Health and Social Care (medicine, medical humanities, physiotherapy, maternity, disability)
  • Mental health and Psychological Theories (psychology, psychotherapy, psychiatry, childhood development, trauma studies)
  • Public Policy and Society (education, policing, law, economics, politics and international relations, science and technology [STEM])
  • History and Theory of Phenomenology (perception, the body, sexuality, emotion, ethics and morality, key thinkers in the history of phenomenology, feminism, gender, race, existentialism, philosophy of religion, phenomenological theology, philosophy of technology)

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September 5, 2019, 5:00am BST

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