This is the second conference based at The University of Exeter on Philosophy and Psychedelic Studies (talks from the last, online conference can be viewed here).

The conference is part of the wider Exeter University Psychedelic Research Group, details of which can be viewed here. As well as an interdisciplinary colloquium hosting leading figures from the field, this group offers MA and BA modules on philosophy and psychedelics, now open for enrollment. An edited volume from the group, Philosophy and Psychedelics, will be published by Bloomsbury in June 2022.

As well as Exeter academics, such as Prof. Christine Hauskeller, Prof. Celia Morgan, Dr Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes, and Johanna Sopanen, the conference is also organised by a team connected with the Centre for Process Studies that includes Elizabeth Gibson, Dr Lenny Gibson, Alice Dommert, Dr Andrew Davis, and Kyle Buller. Affiliated organisations can be viewed here.

The three keynote speakers will give their talk in-person; the emerging scholars will pre-record their 25-minute talks that can viewed by registrants in advance of the conference that takes place on 28–30 June 2022. These emerging scholars will also form in-person panels that will be interactive with both the on-campus audience and the online registrants.

For more information, contact Peter Sjöstedt-Hughes: