March 27, 2007
Important information on required proof of health insurance to gain entry
into the Czech Republic can be found at the Embassy of the Czech Republic
I am looking forward to seeing many of you soon in Prague.
With best wishes,
February 20, 2007
The program for this year’s meeting is
Also: Graduate students interested in
low-cost lodging should contact Ivan Chvatík (email@example.com).
Letter, HC Secretary,
February 1, 2006
In addition to including the 2006
announcement of the annual dues for membership in the Husserl Circle, this
communication includes updated information about our next meeting, April
23-28, in Prague.
Dues: Included as an enclosure you will find a 2006 dues
statement that reflects the current status of your membership. NB:
You may renew your Husserl Circle dues with your credit card. To do so, go
to www.husserlcircle.org, click
on the PayPal link and follow the simple instructions.
Link to Lodging Information: Lodging information for the
conference can be found at the following web address:
Program: Ivan Chvatík, this year’s convernor, plans to
announce the program by the middle of February, to allow ample time to make
travel arrangements. The program will be posted on the Circle’s web page. A
record number of proposals and papers have been submitted. If you are
interested in being a commentator or moderating a session, please contact
Ivan directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
With best wishes,
Letter, HC Secretary,
October 6, 2006
The 36th annual meeting of the Husserl Circle at Wellesley College this past
June was an immense success. Special thanks are in order to Convenor Nicolas
de Warren, who did a superb job of assembling a first-rate program and
attending to the every need of the 50 plus members and friends of the Circle
in attendance. The level of presentation and discussion was once again very
The following first time participants were duly elected into the Circle at
the Business Meeting:
Charles Bonner (Independent Scholar)
Walter Hopp (Boston University)
Tarjei Mandt (University of Tromsä)
Mark Brown (Murdoch University)
John Hartmann (Southern Illinois
John O’Connor (Boston College)
David Netherton (University of Wales)
Mary Troxell (Boston College)
Saulius Geniusas (The New School)
Gretchen Gusich (Boston College)
Jonathan Imber (Wellesley College)
Andrea Staiti (Universitŕ di Torino)
Rex Gilland (Southern Connecticut)
Claudio Majolino (Université de Lille)
The members present at the Business Meeting also voted to limit the word
length of papers to 3000, and of commentaries to 1000.
This year’s meeting will be convened by Ivan Chvatík in Prague, in
conjunction with the Jan Patočka 100 year conference, April 23-28. A letter
with from him is included in this mailing.
With best wishes for your fall term, I remain
October 6, 2006
I am pleased to announce that 37th Annual
Meeting of the Husserl Circle will take place in Prague, from Monday, 22nd
through Saturday, 28th April 2007.
Should you wish to participate in the meeting by delivering a paper, the
deadline for submissions is January 1, 2007. Papers should have a
reading time of no more than 30 minutes (3000 words). Anyone wishing to
submit a paper should send it (or a substantial abstract) directly to me
(either by email attachment, airmail or fax) so that it is received by the
deadline. Happily, the number of submitted papers has been growing with each
meeting, but that also means that decisions may have to be made about which
papers to include. Decisions will be announced by February 1, 2007.
As you probably know, the meeting is held in Prague to commemorate the 100th
anniversary of the birth, and the 30th anniversary of the death, of the
Czech philosopher Jan Patočka (June 1, 1907 – March 13, 1977). Parallel with
the meeting of Husserl Circle, there will be an international conference the
aim of which is to see to what extent the philosophical thinking of Jan
Patočka is still alive and to gauge the scope of its influence on
contemporary philosophy. Scholars who are interested in Patočka and
acquainted with his work have been invited to come to Prague and present
their views on the importance of his philosophy.
The whole event is being jointly organised by the Center for Theoretical
Study and the Center for Phenomenological Research (both at Charles
University and the Institute for Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of
the Czech Republic), the Husserl Circle, the Institute for Human Sciences in
Vienna (IWM), and the Husserl Archive at the Ecole Normale Superieur in
Paris. It will be held under the auspices of Prof. MUDr. Vaclav Hampl, C.Sc.,
Rector of Charles University and Prof. RNDr. Vaclav Paces, Dr.Sc., President
of Czech Academy of Sciences.
The event shall consist of two parallel sections. One will be devoted
exclusively to the work of Jan Patočka, with lectures held in English,
French, or German. The other section will be the regular Annual Meeting of
the Husserl Circle. Colleagues can freely switch between sections according
to their concrete interest, as the lectures will be held in adjacent rooms
in Carolinum, the main building of Charles University (http://www.cuni.cz/),
in the center of Old Town of Prague.
The logistic details concerning lodging and traveling shall be handled by a
I look forward to seeing you in Prague in April 2007.
Ivan Chvatík, Convenor
37th Annual Meeting of the Husserl Circle
Center for Theoretical Study
100 00 Praha 1
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