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Scottish Centre


Continental Philosophy

at the University of Dundee

About the SCCP

The Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is a Research Centre based in the School of Humanities at the University of Dundee. It brings together academics from Scotland, the UK, and the wider world to form a hub of research on continental philosophy in Scotland. It aims to foster the study of continental philosophy in all its historical and contemporary forms and to make connections to other philosophical traditions and academic disciplines.

The Centre organises conferences, workshops and seminars. It brings together researchers and students interested in historical figures and contemporary debates. The Centre also connects to work in philosophy and the arts through its degree programme in Art and Philosophy and through research degrees in continental philosophy and the Art and Humanities MFA at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.

We have international links and current research programmes with Paris 8, Deakin University and the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy, the Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion, and the Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy. The Centre has Erasmus links with Freiburg, Grenoble, Turin, Ostrava, Tilburg and Bilkent.





      Associate Members

           University of Kent

           University of Aberdeen

      • Prof. Nino Gaetano

           University of Turin

      • Dr. Gillian Smith

           University of Dundee

           St Andrews University

           University of Dundee

           University of Edinburgh





           Paris 8

           Paris 8

           Paris 8

           Vrije Universiteit Brussel

           Wizo Design Academy

           University of Madrid









           University of St. Andrews

           University Of Edinburgh

           University of Dundee

      • Amelie Berger Sorauff

           University of Dundee

      • Dr. Brian Smith

           Alumnus, UoD

      • Thomas Ciucelis

           Alumnus, MLitt UoD

      • Ian Haywood