Camus was often considered an existentialist writer but the ideas he expressed and the way he expressed them are evidence of the fact that he transcended categories and could not be easily labeled. In this panel, we would like to explore and understand the complexity and originality of Camusís work. We invite approaches that concentrate on the original aspects of his writings to explore how and why they are still relevant for us today. Possibility of publication after the conference.
Please submit 300-word abstracts in English or French to Emmanuelle.Vanborre@gordon.edu
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