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The International Association of Empirical Aesthetics

The International Association of Empirical Aesthetics was founded in 1965 by D.E. Berlyne, Robert Franc├Ęs, Carmelo Genovese, and Albert Wellek. The association is open to all who are interested in empirical studies of aesthetics and of the arts, literature, and music. Most members are anthropologists, psychologists, semioticians, and sociologists. However, a number are practicing artists, humanistic scholars, and philosophers who have an interest in empirical studies of the arts.

The Journal of Aesthetics and Protests

The Journal of Aesthetics and Protests flies in the airs of the present, gathering up words like sticks shaking in the breeze. The journal sits at a discursive juncture between art and (often anarchist) activism with the knowledge that a knowledge and discourse are one tool to change the world.

British Society of Aesthetics

Legend has it that the British Society of Aesthetics (BSA) was founded in 1960 so that Herbert Read could lead a delegation of British Aestheticians to the International Congress on Aesthetics being held in Athens that year.  In recent years the Society has revived its ambition to work within an international and European Community. Its declared foundational aim is 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.

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