We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the 2022-2023 edition of the Seminar for Ph.D. students and young researchers in phenomenology organized with the support of three universities in Paris: Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Sorbonne Université and École normale supérieure. This year’s theme will be “Edmund Husserl’s Origin of Geometry and its legacy”. You can find the call for abstracts at the following addresses:
Call for abstracts
The seminar is open to all Ph.D. students and young researchers from all universities working in the field of phenomenology: anyone interested is warmly invited to send us an abstract with their proposal before September 10, 2022. The seminar will be held in Paris, at the Sorbonne or in the building of the École normale supérieure, but it will also be possible to follow it at a distance.
The seminar will ideally be organized in one session per month starting in November: each session will consist of the presentation of two selected contributions, followed by a discussion with the participants and possibly invited speakers. The idea is not only to provide a space for Ph.D. students and young researchers to discuss their research, but to create a space for connection and dialogue among young phenomenologists.
The seminar is organized by Andrea Ariotto, Eleonora Degli Esposti, Baris Dirican, Davide Pilotto and Riccardo Valenti. Do not hesitate to write to us for any further information! Our reference e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoping to receive many proposals, we wish you all the best!
Eleonora Degli Esposti