Conference on José Ortega y Gasset
Stadt: St Andrews, United Kingdom
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to reassess the work of José Ortega y Gasset as an aesthetic theorist, cultural entrepreneur, essayist, social theorist, politician and philosopher within the context of Western culture. Conference strands may include: Ortega and phenomenology; the impact of Ortega’s thought on Iberian, European and Latin-American cultures and literatures from 1914 to the 1970s; La deshumanización del arte [The Dehumanization of Art] and Ideas sobre la novelaEnvío de propuestas:
[Ideas on the Novel] against the background of Anglo-Saxon Modernism(s) and/or the European avant-garde movements of the 1920s and 1930s; Ortega’s perspective on gender; Brexit in the light of Ortega’s conceptualization of Europe; La rebelión de las masas [The Revolt of the Masses] and the new «populisms».
Envío de propuestas (by 30 August 2017)
Dirección postal completa:
Dr. Ricardo Fernández Romero. University of St Andrews. School of Modern Languages. Department of Spanish.
Buchanan Building, Union Street, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland,
UK, KY16 9PH. United Kingdom