The British Society of Aesthetics
(BSA) aims to promote study, research and discussion of the fine arts and
related types of experience from a philosophical, psychological, sociological,
historical, critical and educational standpoint.
The Society's activities include publication of
the British Journal of Aesthetics, a newsletter, an annual
conference, regional conferences, lecture series, grants to support research in
aesthetics, and an essay prize.
British Journal of Aesthetics
Edited by John Hyman (Oxford) and Elisabeth Schellekens (Durham)
The British Society of Aesthetics publishes the quarterly British Journal of Aesthetics. Founded in 1960, The British Journal of Aesthetics is highly regarded as an international forum for debate in aesthetics and the philosophy of art. The benefits of membership of the Society include receiving four editions of the journal per year, and book discounts from publishers OUP and Routledge.
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The British Society of Aesthetics is a registered charity no. 1129985.