Call For Papers 2nd International Multidisciplinary Conference on Baudrillard Studies ('Applied Baudrillard' Oxford UK, 5th - 7th September 2018)

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
September 5, 2018 to September 7, 2018
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Humanities, Philosophy, Popular Culture Studies, Social Sciences, Sociology

CALL FOR PAPERS:

“APPLIED BAUDRILLARD”

2ND INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON BAUDRILLARD STUDIES

Date: 5th – 7th September 2018

Venue: Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers to date: Professor Mike Gane (Loughborough University)

This is the Call For Papers for the 2nd International Conference on Baudrillard Studies to be held in the United Kingdom (September 2018, Oxford Brookes University). The title and overarching theme of the conference is: “Applied Baudrillard”. We invite participants from all over the world from all disciplines and fields of knowledge whether within or outside of academia to contribute to this international and multidisciplinary conference. We welcome all contributions that engage with Jean Baudrillard’s (1929–2007) ideas and oeuvre. For this 2nd International Baudrillard Studies Conference we especially welcome contributions that pertain to the applicability of Baudrillard’s philosophy in established and emerging fields of enquiry across and beyond the humanities and social sciences.

Moving on from the 1st International Conference on Baudrillard Studies – “Engaging Baudrillard” held at Swansea University in 2006 – the ‘Applied Baudrillard’ conference at Oxford Brookes University seeks to capture the ever increasing significance and importance of Baudrillard’s writings and ideas across the world in numerous disciplines. In the first instance the conference organizers invite and welcome brief abstracts for presentations. Our intention is to organize received papers into themed panel sessions which will be decided by the organizers once abstracts have been received and reviewed.

Abstracts of no more than 200 words should be sent BEFORE 31st January 2018.

Please complete the abstract submission form available from this web page:

https://baudrillardstudies.com/applied-baudrillard/

Conference Organizers:

Francesco Proto (fproto@brookes.ac.uk)

Richard G Smith (r.g.smith@swansea.ac.uk)

Note: As we are in the initial phase of planning the conference please also contact us if you want to volunteer to organize a panel, or if you have a suggestion for a panel/theme at the conference.

Further Details about the Conference will be posted on this web page over the coming months:

https://baudrillardstudies.com/applied-baudrillard/

The web page will be updated regularly as the conference approaches to include more information on the keynote speakers, special events/exhibitions at the conference, panel organizers and sessions, and information on the conference fee (there is a reduced rate for postgraduates), timetable, and advice for accommodation in Oxford.

The interdisciplinary nature and scope of Baudrillard’s philosophy and oeuvre means that the themed panels will cover numerous disciplines, such as (this list is not exhaustive):

American Studies, Architecture, Anthropology, Critical Theory, Cultural Politics, Cultural Studies, Cyberculture, Film Studies, French Studies, Gender Studies, Human Geography, Urban Design, Urban Studies, History and Cultural History, History and theory of Religion, Literature & Literary Theory, Media and Communication Studies, Management Studies, Pedagogy, Philosophy, Psychology/Psychoanalysis, Politics, International Relations & Conflict Studies, Photography and the Arts, Romance Studies, Science Fiction Studies, Sociology, Terrorism Studies, Urban Studies, Visual Culture, and so on.

Note: The intention of the conference organizers is to publish a selection of papers from/contributions to the conference in: (a) The International Journal of Baudrillard Studies; (b) Special issues of other international journals; and (c) An edited book.

For all enquiries please contact:

Dr Francesco Proto

School of Architecture

Abercrombie Building

Headington Campus

Oxford Brookes University

Oxford

0X3 0BP

+44 (0) 1865 483204

fproto@brookes.ac.uk

http://architecture.brookes.ac.uk/staff/francescoproto.html

 

Dr Richard G. Smith

Editor International Journal of Baudrillard Studies

Department of Geography

Swansea University

Singleton Park

Swansea

SA2 8PP

+44 (0)1792 602558

r.g.smith@swansea.ac.uk

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/science/geography/r.g.smith/

Venue: Oxford Brookes University

Located in the South East region of England, with direct and easy access to Oxford City centre and London, the School of Architecture at Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University has recently been endowed with award-winning facilities that makes of it one of the most advanced learning environments in the country. Direct links to Oxford city centre, London city centre and London airports run 24h a day with dedicated stops just off the campus (buses, coaches, taxis, train).

Contact Info: 

Dr Richard G. Smith

Editor International Journal of Baudrillard Studies

Department of Geography

Swansea University

Singleton Park

Swansea

SA2 8PP

+44 (0)1792 602558

r.g.smith@swansea.ac.uk

http://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/science/geography/r.g.smith/

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