Department of Philosophy
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Announcing the Launching of a New Book Series: Together with Prof. Gerald Hartung (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), I am co-editor of a new book series entitled
The first titles, to appear in 2015, are:
Vol. I: From Hegel to Windelband: Historiography of Philosophy in the 19th Century
Vol. II: The Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer: A Novel Assessment
New Book: I am happy to report that I have finally finished editing The Neo-Kantian Reader (Routledge). I have submitted the material and the press is working hard to publish the book in May 2015. Thanks to all who are waiting for this Reader for their patience!
New Book: Together with Maren Wehrle (Leuven), I am editing a volume from Metzler Verlag (Germany), entitled "Husserl - Leben - Werk - Wirkung." Details forthcoming.
Upcoming Talks and Conferences:
February 18-21, 2015: APA Central in St. Louis: Together with Fabien Capeilleres and Stephen Lofts, I am organizing a session for the International Cassirer Society.
I will be speaking on "Cohen's Idea of a Philosophy of Culture and the Question of the Human Subject."
Also at this meeting, in my capacity as "Research Ambassador" of the DAAD, I am organizing a session on "Contemporary Research in Germany." The speakers from Germany are Ruth Hagengruber (Paderborn), Andreas Hüttemann (Cologne) and Anton Koch (Heidelberg).
Details can be found in the APA Central Division Meeting Program.
March 11-14, 2015: International Conference on the Centenary of Wilhelm Windelband's Death (1915) at the University of Heidelberg.
I will give a talk entitled "Windelbands Konzeption von Transzendentalphilosophie und ihr Bezug zur Kulturphilosophie." Program forthcoming.
June 2015: I will attend the Northern American Society for Early Phenomenology in Mexico City June 3-6 and will give a seminar there on transcendental phenomenology, together with Antonio Zirión, on June 6. On June 8, I am giving a talk (TBA, in Spanish) at Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.
October 2015: I will give a research colloquium at the National University of South Korea in Seoul, together with Thomas Nenon (Memphis). Topic TBA.
Check back for more details.
If you are interested in reading one of these as-of-yet unpublished texts, email me.
For past events, check the Archives.
Sebastian Luft, PhD
Professor, Assistant Chair (Academic Year 2014/15)
DAAD Research Ambassador
Department of Philosophy
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