Author Archives: Justina Pajus

Intensive course: Respecting Persons and Their Voices

Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s students ‘Respecting Persons and Their Voices: Objectification and Silencing’ 9-13 November, 2015 | University of Tartu, Department of Philosophy, Jakobi 2 | room numbers TBA Duration: 5 days | 6 ECTS Teachers: Alex Davies (Tartu), Eve Kitsik (Tartu), Francesco Orsi (Tartu) Course description:  The concept of objectification is widely

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XI Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference: Philosophical Landscapes

XI Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference: Philosophical Landscapes Venue: Tallinn University, A-222 (Auditorium of Europe, Astra building, 29 Narva road). Dates: 8–9 May, 2015. Organizer: Department of Philosophy, Tallinn University. For the full program of the conference click HERE.

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CFP: Exploring Affect: Politics & The Ordinary in Druskininkai

CFP Exploring affect: Politics & The Ordinary Nordic Summer University | European Humanities University July 18th – 25th 2015 | Druskininkai, Lithuania Invited keynote speakers are Ben Highmore, professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex, and Roberta Mock, professor of Performance Studies and Director of the Doctoral Training Centre in the Arts & Humanities at Plymouth University. Exploring

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Intensive Course: The End Syndrome

Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s students May 11-15, 2015 | Tallinn University, Mare building, M-328 | 5 ECTS Duration: 5 days Teachers:  Siobhan Kattago (Tallinn University) | Olli Loukola (University of Helsinki) | Klemen Slabina (Tallinn University). Students: 24 (max) Purpose of the course: Students will have a more thorough understanding of how philosophers from both the continental and

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Master’s Programme: Study Philosophy in the University of Tartu

MASTER’S PROGRAMME IN PHILOSOPHY The University of Tartu in Estonia is looking forward to applications for its two-year Master’s Programme in Philosophy.  SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS. Language of instruction: English Application deadline: 16. April 2015 We welcome students with a background in philosophy as well as students from other disciplines who have an interest in the philosophical issues raised

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CFP: EFAK XI: Philosophical Landscapes

EFAK XI: Philosophical Landscapes Tallinn University, May 8-9, 2015 EFAK XI, the Eleventh Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference, will take place in Tallinn, from 8 to 9 of May, 2015, organized by the Department of Philosophy, Tallinn University. This year’s topic is philosophical landscapes. Philosophical landscapes are distinct landscapes of historical experience. Although such landscapes can

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CFP: Nordic and Baltic Symposium on Love at Göteborg University

Exploring Affect: Love 27ŧh February – 1st March, 2015 | Göteborg University Exploring Affect, a study circle in the independent intellectual organization Nordic Summer University, invites scholars, students, artists and activists to an interdisciplinary symposium on love at Göteborg University from 27th of February to 1st of March in 2015. Invited speakers are Tove Pettersen, professor of philosophy at

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Intensive Course. Human Rights: Ideas and Problems

Master’s Level Intensive Course November 10-15, 2014 | Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LEU) | 5 ECTS Duration: 5 days Teachers:  Henry Alexander Henrysson (University of Iceland) | Rasa Askinyte-Degesiene (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences) | Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard (Council of Europe) | Renata Bikauskaite (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences). Course description: The main purpose of this

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The Tenth Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference (EFAK X): DISAGREEMENTS

EFAK X: DISAGREEMENTS Tartu, September 25-27, 2014 EFAK X, the Tenth Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference, will take place in Tartu, from September 25 to September 27, 2014, organized by the Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics of the University of Tartu. This year’s topic is “disagreements”. Confirmed Keynote Speaker: Prof. Esa Diaz Leon (University of Manitoba/University

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Call for Papers: Politics without Borders: A cross-disciplinary exploration of the challenges facing a globalised world

Students and young researchers associated with BALPHIN are invited to participate in the second annual Nottingham Postgraduate Conference Politics without Borders: A cross-disciplinary exploration of the challenges facing a globalized world on 12 June 2014 ,Engineering and Sciences Learning Center, University Park, University of Nottingham The School of Politics and International Relations is hosting an

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