AESTHETICS
ON THE INTERNET






Aesthetics Online
http://www.indiana.edu/~asanl/

Aesthetics Online from Dominic Lopes (dlopes@indiana.edu) is the official web site of the American Society for Aesthetics, contains articles in aesthetics and philosophy of art, book reviews, conference announcements and calls for papers, and links to aesthetics-related net resources.


Aesthetics Teaching Materials
http://www.indiana.edu/~asanl/teaching/syllabi.html

This site, from Dominic Lopes (dlopes@indiana.edu), provides links to materials useful for those teaching aesthetics. It includes online courses, syllabi, and miscellaneous aesthetics resources.


African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning
http://www.lib.virginia.edu/dic/exhib/93.ray.aa/Introduction.html

This site gives an introduction to an exhibition of African artefacts, placing them in the context of African aesthetic principles and related moral and religious values.


British Society for Aesthetics
http://www.indiana.edu/~asanl/asa/bsa- info.html

This site provides information on the society, plus contact details and membership application information. The Society can be contacted via Richard Woodfield (woodfra@innotts.co.uk).


Canadian Society for Aesthetics
http://tornade.ere.umontreal.ca/~guedon/AE/ae.html

In French and English, this page provides information on the society's conference program, its journal, and links to other aesthetics organisations on the web. It is maintained by allegre@ere.umontreal.ca


Centre for Cognitive Issues in the Arts
http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/Philosophy/confad.html

Located at the University of Bristol, the Centre's page advises of forthcoming conferences and other events relevant to aesthetics. The site is maintained by Andrew Harrison (Andrew.Harrison@bris.ac.uk).


Centre for the Cognitive Science of Metaphor
http://metaphor.uoregon.edu/metaphor.html

This site, maintained by Tim Rohrer (rohrer@darkwing.uoregon.edu ), provides access to a range of resources including an annotated bibliography of work on metaphor, master metaphor list, and links to other metaphor resources.


Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature
http://www.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/Philosophy/CRPL/CRPL.html

The University of Warwick's Centre for Research in Philosophy & Literature exists to promote a wide variety of interdisciplinary research activity - lectures, colloquia, and major international conferences. Our annual programme of events is supplemented by the contributions of distinguished Visiting Scholars, among whom have been John Sallis, Paul Ricouer, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Julia Kristeva, Gianni Vattimo, Frank Kermode, Christopher Norris, David Krell, Manfred Frank, Stanley Cavell, Geoffrey Hartman, Jaques Derrida and Edward Sad. This site provides information on the activities of the Centre, its staff and participating departments. The maintainer of the site can be contacted at PYRBL@snow.csv.warwick.ac.uk


Christianity and Aesthetics
http://members.aol.com/evassembly/aesth.htm

This site features a selection of papers on the intersection between aesthetics and christianity. The site is maintained by Jim Rovira (evassembly@aol.com).


Cognitive Science and the Arts: A Collaborative Bibliography
http://www.hfac.uh.edu/cogsci/Bibliography.html

This site, maintained by Cynthia Freeland (cfreeland@uh.edu), provides an online bibliography with sections including: visual arts, film, literature, linguistics, music, and more.


Committee on Aesthetics and Higher Education
http://www.csulb.edu/~philos/asa.html

This site provides information on the activities of the committee, and access to the committee's annual reports is also available. The page is maintained by Julie Van Camp (jvancamp@csulb.edu).


Dutch Association of Aesthetics
http://www.phil.ruu.nl/esthetica/

This page, in Dutch only, provides information on the aims and activities of the Association.


El Mundo Ensombrecido
http://www.redestb.es/personal/fanfrio/

This is the personal home page of Francisco Caja (fanfrio@redestb.es) which includes a selection of his essays on aesthetics and photography. Currently the essays are presented in Spanish only, but English versions will be forthcoming.


European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music
http://www.mus.cam.ac.uk/ESCOM/

This site, which will soon be in French and English, provides information on events and activities of the Society. The Society's newsletters are available online, and links are provided to sites related to the cognitive science of music. The Society's secretariat can be contacted at i.deliege@ulg.ac.be


Film and Philosophy
http://www.hanover.edu/philos/film/home.htm

This site, from John Ahrens (ahrens@hanover.edu), provides access to the articles from the journal Film and Philosophy, a publication of the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts. The Society's newsletters can also be accessed from this site.


The Film Studies Site
http://www.inform.umd.edu/filmweb/

The Film Studies Site is dedicated to scholarship in screen textualities. Film, television, and computer screens are the subject of the site, and works that use the multi- and hypermedia potentials of the Web are invited for consideration.


International Association of Empirical Aesthetics
http://www.ume.maine.edu/~iaea/

This site, maintained by Colin Martindale (rpy383@maine.maine.edu), provides information about the activities of the Association, and links to other aesthetics-related resources on the net.


International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature
http://www.ualberta.ca/ARTS/RICL/riclseal.html

This site provides information on the aims and activities of the society, and access to a downloadable bibliography.


Sydney Society of Literature and Aesthetics
http://centrum.arts.su.edu.au/Arts/departs/philos/ssla/

This site, maintained by Paul Redding (paul.redding@philosophy.su.edu.au), provides information on the activities of the society, and links to related resources.










November 30, 1998

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