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    • 23 Mar 2023
    • 25 Mar 2023
    • Mexico City

    We are delighted to announce that the sixth NAKS Biennial will be held March 23-25, 2023 in Mexico City.

    The theme for the conference is as general as can be: 299 Years of Kant. For more information and deadlines, please see the CFP below (scroll down for Spanish version).

    NAKS hopes to be able to support student members who are presenting work at the Biennial.


    • 05 May 2023
    • 06 May 2023
    • Harvard University

    This workshop is devoted to exploring Kant’s theory of imagination from theoretical, aesthetic, and practical perspectives. The program will include papers, comments on papers, and a wrap-up panel. Participants will include: Lucy Allais (University of Witwatersrand, Johns Hopkins University), Mavis Biss (Loyola University), Yoon Choi (Marquette University), Alix Cohen (University of Edinburgh), Stefanie Grüne (Freie Universität, Berlin), Katharina Kraus (University of Notre Dame), Thomas Land (University of Victoria), Colin Marshall (University of Washington), Samantha Matherne (Harvard), Alexandra Newton (University of California, Riverside), Thomas Pendlebury (University of Pittsburgh), Tobias Rosefeldt (Humboldt Universität, Berlin), Janum Sethi (University of Michigan), Andrew Stephenson (University of Southampton), Eric Watkins (University of California, San Diego), Jessica Williams (University of South Florida), and Reed Winegar (Fordham).

    All are welcome to attend who are not on the program. For questions or more information, please contact Samantha Matherne (smatherne@fas.harvard.edu).



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