2022 Meeting: Washington D.C.
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January 20, 2022
Mid-winter greetings during these fraught times.
After a two-year hiatus occasioned by the global health crisis, we are moving forward with plans to hold the 51st annual meeting of the Husserl Circle May 31-June 2022, convened by Michele Averchi at The Catholic University in Washington, DC. Please consult his attached letter for relevant details about the meeting and lodging information.
Annual Call for Dues: The Husserl Circle Bylaws stipulate that members’ dues must be in good standing through 2020 (due to the pandemic, the 2021 call for dues was suspended) to be eligible to be considered for inclusion on the 2022 program.
You may renew your Husserl Circle dues with your credit card. To do so, click on the “Dues” page above and follow the simple instructions. Checks should be mailed to the address below.
Burt C. Hopkins
653 Bell St., Unit C
Edmonds, WA 98020
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA
School of Philosophy Washington, DC 20064 202-319-5259
Dear members and friends of the Husserl Circle,
the 51th Meeting of the Husserl Circle, originally scheduled for 2020 and canceled because of Covid-19, will be held in Washington, D.C., at The Catholic University of America, under the auspices of its School of Philosophy.
It will take place on May 31-June 3, 2022.
We are working in the hope and under the assumption that the conference will take place in person.
Hybrid participation (that is, the possibility of giving a talk in remote to the audience gathered at Catholic U) will be only offered to speakers upon individual request for Covid-related reasons.
If made unavoidable by the spread of Covid, the conference will take place online and a link will be provided on the Husserl Circle webpage. An announcement in this regard will be made a few weeks before the conference starts.
The final version of the program will be published on the Husserl Circle website over the next few weeks. Priority has been given to the original 2020 speakers.
We are in need of commentators for the papers, so please consider being one. If you are interested, reach out to me at email@example.com.
Most of the speakers have already confirmed the final title of their paper, which you can find here under. You can let me know if you want to comment on a particular paper.
For hotels, I recommend the ones close to NoMA Gallaudet station on the red metro line (see list here under). From NoMa Gallaudet it is an approximately 10-15 minutes ride to Catholic U (stop: Catholic University-Brookland), a 7 minutes ride to Capitol Hill and the National Mall (stop: Judiciary Square), a 10-15 minutes ride to downtown (stops: Farragut North or Dupont Circle).
Hotels close to NoMa Gallaudet metro station:
Courtyard by Marriot Washington DC/Us Capitol: https://www.marriott.com/ hotels/travel/wasus-courtyard-washington-dc-us-capitol/
Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/Us Capitol: https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/ dcanmgi-hilton-garden-inn-washington-dc-us-capitol/
Hyatt Place Washington DC/Us Capitol: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/ washington-dc/hyatt-place-washington-dc-us-capitol/waszd
Please feel free to reach out to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns.
Partial list of confirmed speakers and titles:
Thomas Byrne: "Husserl's Semiotics Reconsidered: Passivity, Intersubjectivity and Temporality"
Zachary Joachim: "Idealism and the Intercorporeality of the ‘I’: Revisiting Husserl’s Fifth Cartesian Meditation"
Andrew Krema: "Gemütsmotivation in Husserl's Phenomenology of Values"
James Hart: "Some Moments of Wonder Emergent Within Transcendental Phenomenological Analyses"
George Heffernan: "The Role of Self-Giving in Husserl’s Phenomenology of Existence"
Ilpo Hirvonen: "Under Reason’s Jurisdiction: Neutrality Modification and Phenomenology of Reason"
Ka Yu Hui: "Retrieving phantasmatic content in Husserl’s phenomenology of Phantasie"
Molly McGrath: "Voegelin and Strauss on Husserl as an Insufficiently Political Philosopher"
Bernhard Obsieger: "Confirmed Bringing about the Future. Toward a Husserlian Phenomenology of Action"
Rosemary Patron: "Attention [Aufmerksamkeit] and its Motivations: From Instinctive to Rational Life"
Niel Rosen: “Questions about the Proper Interpretation of Inner Time- Consciousness”
Jeremy Smith: “'Naturalizing Phenomenology' or the Phenomenology of Nature? Gibson and Husserl on Visual Perception"