Fictionality Forum 4: 'Historical narratives between art and philosophy: a turning point in Croce's theory'

Friday 6 March 2015, 5.00PM

Speaker(s): Michele Campopiano (York)

In a variation of the usual format, Michele Campopiano will give a talk entitled "Historical narratives between art and philosophy: a turning point in Croce's theory," followed by discussion. The material circulated in advance will not be a full text but supporting material, including the selection of translated passages.

The Fictionality Forum is an occasional opportunity for those of us with research interests relating to fictionality to get better acquainted with each other's work. It is a Fictionality Group initiative, and reflects the group's shared interests in fictionality and cultural specificity; the group cuts across the four research schools, and participation is open to all research students and staff.  

Contact Richard Walsh for a copy of the advance reading.

Location: Seminar Room BS/007, Humanities Research Centre, Berrick Saul Building, Heslington West Campus

Admission: The Fictionality Forum is open to members of the Fictionality group and all staff