Film, Philosophy and Death

Des Morts (Thierry Zeno, 1979)

Film, Philosophy and Death
A one-day Symposium

Thursday 28th April 2011, 10am-6pm
The Treehouse, Humanities Research Centre, University of York

A one-day symposium organised by the Department of Philosophy
(University of York) and The Bradford Media School (University of
Bradford)

Death is ubiquitous in cinema and contemporary media, and a
traditional concern of philosophers; FILM, PHILOSOPHY AND DEATH brings
philosophers and film studies scholars together to share their
exploration of the meaning and significance of death.

Speakers include: Michele Aaron, Chris Belshaw, Havi Carel, Berys
Gaut, Alan Marcus, Chris Townsend

ADMISSION FREE
Refreshments provided

To reserve a place contact the organisers:
Dr Steve Holland (Stephen.Holland@york.ac.uk) Tel +44 (0)1904 323253 or
Dr Mark Goodall (m.goodall@bradford.ac.uk) Tel +44 (0)1274 236071

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