2019 Study Week, Croatia: Transcendentals in the 21st Century
We are pleased to announce the 2019 Humane Philosophy Society study week comprising a workshop and conference on the topic "Truth and Beauty; Transcendentals in the Twenty-First Century".
The workshop will take place from the 28 to 31 August 2019 and will provide advanced undergraduate/MA level classes by lecturers from the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, the University of Lincoln, the University of Bochum, the University of Warsaw, and the University of Zagreb.
This will be followed by a conference on the 2nd and 3rd of September 2019.
Both portions of the study week will take place at Hotel Sveti Križ on Island of Čiovo, Croatia, a short boat ride from the UNESCO world heritage sites of Split to the east and Trogir to the west.
Dr Marija Selak (University of Zagreb)
Dr Mikolaj Slawkowski-Rode (University of Warsaw, University of Oxford)
Mr Alexander Norman (Director, Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, Oxford)
Dr Dominic Jones (University of Buckingham)
Samuel Hughes (University of Cambridge)
Sebastian Morello (University of Buckingham)
Ralph Weir (University of Lincoln)
Further Conference Speakers:
Professor John Cottingham (King's College, London)
Rev Dr David Goodill OP (Vice Regent, Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford)
Dr Andrew Pinsent (University of Oxford)
Professor Sir Roger Scruton (University of Oxford, University of Buckingham)
Professor Alexander Stoddart (Sculptor in Ordinary to the Queen in Scotland)
Applications & Paper Submissions
Undergraduate and MA students are invited to attend both the workshop and conference; or the workshop only. Researchers and graduate students (including MA) are invited to deliver papers at the conference. Papers should be written in the official language of the study week, English.
All applications should be send by 30th June 2019 to:
You should indicate in the title which portions of the study week you wish to attend as follows:
A) Trogir 2019: Workshop
B) Trogir 2019: Conference
C) Trogir 2019: Workshop and Conference
The registration fee is 375 euros for the workshop and 175 euros for the conference. This will cover organisational costs, plus accommodation and meals at Hotel Sveti Križ.
All applicants should provide as a separate document: name, status/title, institution, contact address, e-mail and phone number, and a CV. Those who wish to deliver papers at the conference should also provide a title and 250-300 abstract.
The event is supported by the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion, University of Oxford; the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw; the Centre of Excellence for Integrative Bioethics, University of Zagreb; the Emmy Noether Group For Scientific Theology, Ruhr University Bochum; and the American Catholic Philosophical Association.