Upcoming Events

BSP Annual UK Conference 2022

Location: University of Exeter, UK, in-person and virtual (hybrid)
Date: Tuesday 30 August – Thursday 1 September 2022

Call for Papers is now closed

Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions and Sociality’ builds upon the themes and contributions of our 2020 online conference ‘Engaged Phenomenology’, and is an invitation for phenomenologists and practitioners to critically reflect on how lived experiences regarding embodiment, emotions and sociality are incorporated into their work. It encourages people working through phenomenological approaches to more explicitly consider the socio-political realities and power relations which inevitably frame experience – whether writing from first-hand experience, citing case studies, undertaking qualitative research, or engaging with communities. Taking stock in this way raises questions of methodology and ethics, of course, but can also more radically point towards the transformative potential within phenomenology to address and democratise the conditions of possibility for both theory and praxis. Complementing applied and critical phenomenology, engaged phenomenology appeals across disciplines and beyond the academy. Its focus on relational lived realities speaks to a variety of contexts (e.g., healthcare, medicine, education, design, art, performance, psychology, architecture, community spaces, etc.).

60th Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
Thursday, October 13-Saturday, October 15, 2022


Host Institution: Texas A&M University

Book Session Submission Deadline: December 10, 2021

Paper and Panel Submission Deadline: January 20, 2022

The Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy annual conference is scheduled for October 27th to 30th, 2022 at The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. We invite submissions on any theme relevant to the broad concerns of Continental Philosophy. However, this year’s conference will highlight work on the theme of Continental Philosophy in dialogue with diverse global traditions.

Confirmed plenary speakers include Yoko Arisaka (University of Hildesheim), Bret W. Davis (Loyola University Maryland), Grégori Jean (Université Côte d’Azur), and and William Paris (University of Toronto).


Held annually since 1923, the 2022 Conference will be held Monday 4 - Thursday 7 July 2022, hosted by the School of Philosophy at the Australian National University.

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The conference is designed to give professional philosophers and philosophy postgraduate students the opportunity to present and discuss papers in all areas of philosophy. Each year the conference attracts around 300 philosophers worldwide.

To enhance access and inclusion, and in light of continuing restrictions on international travel, the AAP will offer an online conference event outside of the in-person event times – dates and keynotes will be confirmed early in 2022. The in-person keynote presentations will be available at no additional cost to online participants, and participants who attend the in-person event will be able to access the online conference at no additional cost.

COVID-19 Notice: If circumstances demand, we will be able to move the in-person event to a fully online conference.

We welcome submissions in all areas of philosophy. Abstracts can be submitted for papers, author meets critics, and multi-author panel presentations. We look forward to an outstanding slate of keynote speakers, as well as talks from fantastic philosophers around the world. 



ANU lead organiser: Bronwyn Finnigan

AAP Conference organisers: Nick Munn and Joe Ulatowski

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