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Newsletter of Phenomenology – Issue 601 (November 2021)

Keeping phenomenologists informed since May 2002

Issue 601 (November 2021)

Editor: Cristian Ciocan

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Published in the current issue:
  1. Call for Papers
  2. Upcoming Events
  3. New Books & Translations
  4. Periodicals
  5. Open Commons News
Call for Papers

CRITICAL HERMENEUTICS : BIANNUAL INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY vol.5 : Living, interpreting, understanding philosophically

Deadline: 1st Dec 2021

Studia Heideggeriana vol.11 : Phenomenological Interpretations of Not-Being-At-Home

Deadline: 15th Dec 2021

Discipline Filosofiche vol.32/1 : The experience of pain

Deadline: 31st Dec 2021

Phänomenologie der digitalen Welt (22nd – 24th March 2022, Hagen, Germany)

Deadline: 31st Dec 2021

Politics and Life and Death (21st – 23rd April 2022, Stockholm, Sweden)

Deadline: 3rd Jan 2022

Studia Phaenomenologica vol.22 : Gestures

Deadline: 15th Jan 2022

56th Annual Meeting of the Heidegger Circle (26th – 29th May 2022, Memphis, United States of America)

Deadline: 1st Feb 2022

Aisthema vol.9 : Michel Henry (1922-2002)

Deadline: 31st Mar 2022

Panel: Lifeworld, Relevance, Encyclopedia (30th Aug – 3rd September 2022, Thessaloníki, Greece)

Deadline: 31st Mar 2022

Studia Phaenomenologica vol.23 : Phenomenologies of the image

Deadline: 1st Jun 2022

Études phénoménologiques – Phenomenological Studies vol.8 : Democracies in Crisis

Deadline: 1st Oct 2022

Upcoming Events

Phenomenology and sociality. The 6th Conference of the Central and East European Society for Phenomenology

2nd – 4th Dec 2021
Ljubljana, Slovenia

Phenomenology of values and personal identity

2nd – 3rd Dec 2021
Milano, Italy

Real/Unreal. Towards a Phenomenology of Virtuality

17th – 18th Dec 2021
Warszawa, Poland

Society for the Phenomenology of Religious Experience Group Meeting, Central APA

23rd – 26th Feb 2022
Chicago, United States of America

People on Streets. Critical Phenomenologies of Embodied Resistance

12th – 14th May 2022
Paderborn, Germany

Nostalgia Between Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis

20th May 2022
Wien, Austria

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New Books & Translations

Trigg D. (ed)
Atmospheres and shared emotions

Routledge, 2021

Manganaro P.
Corpi soggetti: Edmund Husserl, Edith Stein, & gli altri

Inschibboleth, 2021

Heidegger M., Löwith K.
Correspondence: 1919–1973 (trans. Goesser Assaiante Julia; Montgomery Ewegen Shane)

Rowman & Littlefield, 2021

Flock P.
Das Phänomenologische und das Symbolische: Marc Richirs Phänomenologie der Sinnbildung

Springer, 2021

Van Mazijk C.
De wereld als verschijning: Fenomenologie en de twintigste eeuw

Boom, 2021

Rojcewicz R.
Heidegger, Plato, philosophy, death: an atmosphere of mortality

Rowman & Littlefield, 2021

Bellini B.
How change and identity coexist in personal individuality: a phenomenological account of self-shaping

Springer, 2021

Thumser J.-D.
Husserl

Ellipses, 2021

Faessler M.
L’Anarchie de Dieu: Dans les pas d’Emmanuel Levinas

Hermann, 2021

Frey D.
La religion dans la philosophie de Paul Ricoeur

Hermann, 2021

Iaia G.
La vita, un sagio infinito: Studi su Michel Henry

ETS, 2021

Slama P.
Phénoménologie transcendantale: Figures du transcendantal de Kant à Heidegger

Springer, 2021

Rivera J.
Phenomenology and the horizon of experience: spiritual themes in Henry, Marion, and Lacoste

Routledge, 2021

Crowther P.
The phenomenology of aesthetic consciousness and phantasy: working with Husserl

Routledge, 2021

De Monticelli R.
Towards a phenomenological axiology: discovering what matters

Palgrave Macmillan, 2021

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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Studia Phaenomenologica vol. 22 (2022): GESTURES

Guest Editors: Christian Ferencz-Flatz & Delia Popa In recent years, gestures have moved into the center stage of theoretical interest. Prepared by various forays in the field of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and linguistics, which led to an increased focus...