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Purdue hosting Sartre Society Matustik said, "This is unique in the entire country as it provides an opportunity for the study of intersection between philosophy and literature at the graduate level."

The Sartre Society meets every year and a half. The program this weekend is being sponsored jointly by the Ph.D. programs in English and philosophy.

United Kingdom Society for Sartrean Studies
The UKSSS was formed in 1992. Its purpose is to promote the study, research and discussion of the literary, philosophical, cultural and political issues arising from Sartre's work.
North American Sartre Society

St. Cloud State University


September 12-14, 2003
Purdue University is hosting the

13th Biennial meeting of The North American Sartre Society


The Society invites paper submissions on any topic in Sartrean studies. Papers should be about 20 minutes reading time. Suggestions for panels or topics for papers sessions are also welcome. Submissions are due by February 15, 2003 to:

Ken Anderson
Philosophy Department
Oxford College of Emory University
Oxford, GA 30054

Submissions can also be made via email to klanderson@learnlink.emory.edu

The Conference is organized and sponsored by the English and Philosophy Ph.D. Program together with the North American Sartre Society. We are thankful for the generous support of the School of Liberal Arts.

Local contacts:
Martin Beck Matustik <mmatustk@purdue.edu>
Bill McBride <wmcbride@purdue.edu>
(765) 494-4275 or 494-4276; fax (765) 496-1616

Philosophy Department
Purdue University
100 N. University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2067


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