1st-2nd June 2019
Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre
Worcester College, University of Oxford
Registration is open for a two-day interdisciplinary conference – ‘Curing through Questioning: Philosophy as Therapy Across Ancient Traditions and Modern Applications’ – to take place on 1st-2nd June 2019 at the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre in Worcester College, University of Oxford.
We are glad to confirm the following invited speakers:
Amber D. Carpenter (Yale-NUS College)
Jessica Frazier (University of Oxford)
Barbara Jikai Gabrys (Zen Master in the Hakuin-Inzan line of the Rinzai tradition; University of Oxford)
Christopher Gill (University of Exeter)
Livia Kohn (Boston University)
Karyn Lai (University of New South Wales)
Graham Parkes (University of Vienna)
Graham Priest (City University of New York)
Katja Vogt (Columbia University)
Seven graduate/early career researchers selected through our CfA will also be giving papers:
Ana Laura Funes (Eastern Connecticut State University)
Elizabeth Huh (University of Oxford)
Adrian Kreutz (University of Birmingham)
Lee Wilson (University of Edinburgh)
Maria Victoria Salazar (The City University of New York)
Joshua William Smith (University of East Anglia)
Derek van Zoonen (University of Groningen)
To register for the Conference, please follow this link, which will take you to the Oxford Store conference page. Tickets cost £15. The registration fee will include coffee & tea, light refreshments and lunch on both days.
For the full programme and conference abstracts, see: https://curingthroughquestioning.weebly.com/programme.html
The Conference is organized with the generous support of the Hinton Clarendon Fellowship, Worcester College; the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford; the Davis Fund Grant, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford; the Marc Sanders Foundation; Minorities and Philosophy (MAP); the Balliol College Interdisciplinary Institute; and the All Souls Academic Purpose Committee.
We look forward to welcoming you in Oxford.
The Conference Organizers
Robin Brons, Lea Cantor, Sihao Chew, Sybilla Pereira and Alesia Preite