The Central and East European Society for Phenomenology (CEESP) is an association which promotes the broadly understood phenomenology and the heritage of the phenomenological movement in the countries of the Central and Eastern Europe, and it furthers the cooperation between scholars in the Central and East European countries and outside this region. Its aims are to coordinate and to organize the Annual Conferences of the Society and other workshops, seminars, and events connected to phenomenology and related traditions. 

The membership in the Society is free of charge and can be provided after email submission. 

Every Central and East European country can have three representatives in the Board of the Society. The Board of the Society designates the Executive Committee from among the members of the Board. Members of the Board are elected on a four-year cycle. The Executive Committee (President, Vice-President and Secretary) is elected on a two-year cycle.

The Society will continue the conference series of the conferences on “Traditions and Perspectives of the Phenomenological Movement in Central and Eastern Europe,” and thus in 2019 will organize the Fifth Annual Conference. Annual Conferences consist of keynote lectures, research papers, thematic panels, round-tables, book sessions and discussions on topics pertaining to phenomenology and other related disciplines in philosophy. They are organized by on-site organizing committee with the organizational support of the Executive Committee.

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Irena Krońska

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