Geo-aesthetics Conference

March 17, 2023 - March 18, 2023
Department of Philosophy, Towson University

8000 Yoyk Road
Towson 21252
United States

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Towson University

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Call for Abstracts : Conference theme: Borders: Aesthetic Perspectives.

Borders are ubiquitous. How are they perceived? Can there be a borderless world? Why are they constructed? How are they perceived? How are they experienced?

Possible topics: arts and crafts borders: animal and human borders; human and naturre borders; wild and domestic borders; virtual and real borders; divine and human borders; sane and insane boirders; borders; I and other borders; borders of self; social and cultural borders, etc.

Abstracts are invited from academicians and non-academicians, artists, artisans, poets, writers, performing artists, from indigenous artists, and from any area of theoretical or applied aesthetics.

Submit 200 or 300 words abstract to: [email protected] by January 15, 2023

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February 10, 2023, 9:00am EST

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