LONDON, 7 NOV - 8 NOV
CAMUS' CENTENARY YEAR
9.30am - 5.30pm
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The Journal of Camus Studies
Formerly the Journal of the Albert Camus Society, the JCS is published annually and is available in print or as an ebook. For more information on purchasing or contributing visit the Camus Journal page.
Here you will find resources on Albert Camus, his life and work, as well as critical reaction to his philosophy. For articles and essays on Camus' philosophy click on Camus Thought. Information on Camus' published work is found with a click on Camus Work. For more information on the Albert Camus Society UK click on Camus Society.
The Albert Camus Society UK, founded January 1st 2005, exists to promote the work of Albert Camus from a philosophical point of view; the ethics of Meursault, Sisyphus and Caligula, and political philosophy of The Rebel. The aim of the Camus Society is to increase awareness of Albert Camus as a relevent voice in contemporary philosophy.
Albert Camus Society Conference
Our 2-day conference will begin on November 7th 2013 - what would have been Camus' 100th birthday. There are very few tickets still available, act now if you would like to attend. For more information follow this link: Camus Society conference
Journal of Camus Studies
The latest journal is now available in print and ebook formats. To find out more click on the Journal of Camus Studies link. Time is running out if you would like to contribute to the 2013 Camus Studies journal. For more information on how to submit a paper please read our submission guidelines
The Stranger - One chapter per day
To find out more about our series on The Stranger, one chapter per day follow this link: Stranger chapter per day