Thursday 10 January 2019, 8.45AM to --5.35pm 11 Jan.
Speaker(s): Invited: Lucy Bolton (Queen Mary, University of London), Mikel Burley (University of Leeds), Sophie Grace Chappell (Open University), Victor Dura-Vila (University of Leeds), Andrew Klevan (University of Oxford), David Macarthur (University of Sydney), Colin Heber Percy (Screenwriter and priest).
Philosophers of film are increasingly interested in investigating non-, anti- and a-theoretical methodologies in their work. This international conference aims to create new opportunities for dialogue and debate between those philosophers, film scholars, filmmakers and viewers who are interested in pursuing – or are intrigued by – the idea of philosophy of film without theory.
The Conference Fee (which covers lunches and refreshments on both days) is £50 for Full (Waged) Delegates, £30 for Student Delegates. These fees do not include accommodation: delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation.
Register here: https://philosophyoffilmwithouttheory.com/registration/
Craig Fox (California University of Pennsylvania)
Britt Harrison (University of York)
The Conference Co-directors are delighted to thank WRoCAH, the AHRC, the BSA, the University of York, and the University of York's Philosophy Department for their generous support.
Location: The conference will take place in the Humanities Research Centre (the Berrick Saul Building) on the University of York main campus (Heslington West). York YO10 5DD, UK
Admission: Conference Registration is open from now until 31 December 2018. Please go to the Registration page of the Conference website, as noted above.