Our Call for Papers and Sessions is out! Read more about the MPSG 2021 conference and how to submit your abstract here:
Hearing the Voice, Hearing the Soul
Warwick University, Institute of Advanced Study (IAS)
Millburn House, Millburn Hill Road, Coventry
5th of June 2015, 10am-6pm
Organized by Jacomien Prins
Call for Papers
Symposium ‘Hearing the Voice, Hearing the Soul’
Just as music has fascinated scholars in the Western world continuously for thous
The seminar series Topics in the Aesthetics of Music and Sound starts Thursday, September 6. There will be 13 presentations throughout the semester and you are welcome to participate in person at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense or via Skype. Please see for a detailed program for the whole semester. . . and by all means, please help to spread the word! If you are not already a member...
Perspectives on Musical Improvisation, 10-13 September 2012, University of Oxford. Reminder. We have a small number of places still available at the conference about 25 – and so if you were interested in joining the event or had missed previous announcements, we would encourage you to book sooner rather than later. The conference brings together a rich set of perspectives on musical...
BSA CONFERENCE: 2nd CALL FOR PAPERS
The British Society of Aesthetics 2012 Annual Conference. 21-23 September 2012, Queen’s College, Oxford
Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Kendall Walton (University of Michigan) will
give the Wollheim Memorial Lecture; Jancis Robinson (www.jancisrobinson.com)
will give the Empson Lecture
International Conference: Music and Body Matters
Jornadas de la Sociedad Ibérica de Etnomusicología (SIBE) 2012
7-8 June 2012, Universidad de La Rioja, Logroño
This week’s London Aesthetics Forum:
Michael Newall (Kent)
‘Seeing-in’ is a Transparency Effect
Wednesday 12 October, 16.00-18.00
Stewart House, Room 274
No registration required
Second Call for Papers: The Future of Arts Research
Deadline for proposals: 31st August 2011
The Future of Arts Research, a one-day Postgraduate conference to be
held at the British Library, Friday 18th November 2011, hosted by the
Faculty of Arts, Royal Holloway University of London.
Evental Aesthetics is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to interdisciplinary theoretical perspectives on art and aesthetics. We are dedicating EA’s inaugural issue to Hegelian Topics in Aesthetics. In an essay on Hegel’s aesthetics, Paul De Man quips, “Whether we know it, or like it, or not, most of us are Hegelians and quite orthodox ones at that.” But what does it mean...