Our Keynotes:

Prof. Tina Chanter Tina Chanter has published on contemporary French philosophy, drawing inspiration from a range of sources, including feminist theory, race theory, psychoanalysis, art, politics, film and tragedy. Her most recent books are: Whose Antigone? The Tragic Marginalisation of Slavery, and Art, Politics and Rancière: Broken Perceptions. She taught in the US, most recentlyContinue reading “Our Keynotes:”

Conference Sponsors

The BPPA The British Postgraduate Philosophy Association (BPPA) is an association of postgraduate philosophy students in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. The association was formed to provide an active community of support and advice for young philosophers, bridging geographical boundaries between different universities and departments. The BPPA is best known for its AnnualContinue reading “Conference Sponsors”

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re going to list here queries we have received and anything mentioned to us that people would like clarifications on. Can I apply if I have no formal background in Philosophy? This depends very heavily on what you intend to do. We are running an interdisciplinary philosophy conference and do encourage those who are inContinue reading “Frequently Asked Questions”

Our Call for Papers

We are proud to announce that the British Postgraduate Philosophy Association’s conference this year will be on interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary philosophy. We welcome submissions from postgraduate students (masters level or PhD). There will also be a proceeding to be released after the conference offering presenters an opportunity to publish their paper.  Conference Event Information Topic:        InterdisciplinaryContinue reading “Our Call for Papers”