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The Notice Board seeks to publicise all matters relating to Sartre scholarship, but more specifically higher degrees (in progress or completed), seminars and conference papers. We are also pleased to publish conference reports. Another important feature of the Notice Board is its record of publications.

All information should be sent to: John Gillespie, School of Languages and Literature, University of Ulster, Cromore Road, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, UK; e-mail: J.Gillespie@ulster.ac.uk. His phone number is 00 44 28 70 324636.

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Michel Rybalka, 1 place Pierre Loti, 64310 Ascain, France; e-mail: m.rybalka@wanadoo.fr. His phone number is 00 33 5 59 54 01 04

Internet Sites

The new internet site www.jpsartre.org, is in the process of construction. It is a French site, but other languages may be used. The creation of Michel Rybalka, in association with the Groupe d'Etudes Sartriennes (GES), based in Paris, it has sections on Sartre societies, on conferences and other activities, news about Sartre studies, a bibliography of recent books, theses and articles, internet links and an information exchange facility.

SARTRE SOCIETIES AND NEWS OF CONFERENCES

United Kingdom

Andrew Leak has resigned as President of the UK Society for Sartrean Studies, although he continues as one of the UK editors of Sartre Studies International David Drake, d.drake@mdx.ac.uk, who stood down as Secretary, has replaced him as President. Benedict O'Donohoe (School of European Studies, Frenchay Campus, UWE, Bristol BS16 1QY, benedict.o'donohoe@uwe.ac.uk, is the new Secretary.

The 11th Annual Conference of the UK Society for Sartrean Studies (UKSSS) will take place at the Institut Francais, 17 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, London on Saturday 18th October 2003.

North America

Existentialist Thinkers and Ethics

A symposium, Existentialist Thinkers and Ethics was held at Concordia University on November 22, 2002. The following papers were delivered:

* 'A Nietzschean Solution to Ethical Relativism', David Goldberg (Westminster College)

* 'L'exception comme renforcement de la norme ethique: les figures d'Abraham et de Job dans la pensee ethique de Kierkegaard'; Dominic Desroches (Universite de Montreal)

* 'The Politics of Authentic Existence' (Martin Heidegger), Todd Lavin (Clarion U. of Pennsylvania)

* 'L'ethique de la mesure: Camus et Rousseau', Philip Knee (Universite Laval)

* 'Sartre on Atheism, Freedom, and Morality', Glenn Braddock (CUNY)

* 'Yes! She Is An Ethicist: Arendt, Responsibility, and Existentialism', Stephen Schulman (Marquette University)

* The keynote address 'Surpassing Existentialist Ethics with Jean-Paul Sartre', was given by Thomas C. Anderson (Marquette University) and

* Kristana Arp (Long Island U.), Anna Alexander (Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University) and Laura Hengehold (Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland) participated in a Round table: 'Simone de Beauvoir's Contribution to Existentialist Ethics'.

La Societe Sartre du Canda/The Sartre Society of Canada

La Societe Sartre du Canada/The Sartre Society of Canada has decided to change its name and to enlarge its sphere of interests. It is becoming La Societe de Theorie et de Culture Existentialistes et Phenomenologiques (TCEP) / Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture (EPTC), and, while still reserving a session for Sartre Studies, it is asking for contributions on other authors. The TCEP will meet at the University of Dalhousie and King's College Halifax as part of the Canadian Social and Human Sciences Congress on 28th and 29th May 2003. Contact: John Duncan, University of King's College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 2A1 john.duncan@ukings.ns.ca

North American Sartre Society/La Societe Sartrienne de l'Amerique du Nord

The Thirteenth Meeting of the North-American Sartre Society/La Societe Sartrienne de l'Amerique du Nord will take place from 12th-14th September 2003 at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

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