Annual Conference of the UK Sartre Society [サルトル関連情報]

直前ですが、9月18日にロンドンで開催される、UK Sartre SocietyのAnnual Conferenceのプログラムを転載いたします。東京で行われたワークショップの第二弾として、会員の澤田さん、鈴木さんによるワークショップがあります(赤字強調しています)。
16th Annual Conference of the UK Sartre Society

Institut Français, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7

(nearest tube: South Kensington)

Friday 18 September 2009

9.00–9.30 Registration/coffee

9.30–11.30 Consciousness and the Body

Dermot Moran (University College Dublin): Sartre, Husserl and Merleau-Ponty on Embodiment, Touch and the ‘Double Sensation’.

Michael G Peckitt (University of Hull): Living and Knowing Pain : Sartre’s Engagement with Biran.

Naomi Segal (Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London): Jean-Paul Sartre and Didier Anzieu: ‘Consensuality’.

Discussion (Chair: Angela Kershaw, Birmingham)

11.30-11.45 COFFEE

11.45-13.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

Michel Contat (École Normale Supérieure, Paris): Title to be advised.

Discussion (Chair: Benedict O’Donohoe, Sussex)

13.00–14.15 LUNCH (own arrangements)

14.15–16.15 New Readings of ‘Old’ Texts

Gary Cox (University of Bristol): The Childhood of a Leader Revisited (Salauds and Moustaches)

Craig Vasey (University of Mary Washington, Virginia): The Day After Existentialism is a Humanism, and The Last Chance.

John Ireland (University of Illinois at Chicago): France and Cuba, Castro and De Gaulle: Rethinking Sartrean Messianism.

Discussion (Chair: John Gillespie, Ulster)

16.15-16.30 TEA

16.30-18.00 AHRC-sponsored Workshop
Nao Sawada (University Rikkyô, Tokyo): The Concept of Man in Sartre : Existentialism May be a Feminism?

Masamichi Suzuki (University Hosei, Tokyo): How to Welcome an Intellectual Superstar: Sartre in the Japanese Press.

Brief remarks from Kevin Gray (Université Laval, Québec) and Rebecca Pitt (Essex), AHRC Postgraduate Bursary Awardee.

Discussion (Chair: Jean-Pierre Boulé, Nottingham Trent)

18.00-19.00 VIN D’HONNEUR

ENTRANCE: £20 (free to Members of the Institut Français; concessions [students, retired, unwaged] £10)

The organisers – Ben O’Donohoe (President: and Angela Kershaw (Secretary: ) – gratefully acknowledge the material and moral support of the Institut Français, and the sponsorship of the AHRC in respect of the Workshop, derived from a Research Grant awarded to Professor Jean-Pierre Boulé.

Note: Members of UKSS have agreed, by email consultation, that the election of new Committee members, due this year, will be held over until 2010 and that the present Committee will therefore serve a fourth year. The AGM for 2009 will take the form of a ‘virtual’ AGM, with the usual reports circulated by email for information and comment during Autumn term 2009. Visit :

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