FEBRUARY 3RD, 4TH & 5TH 2023
This virtual-only symposium will bring together key thinkers in the fledgling academic study of unidentified aerospace phenomena (UAP) to discuss fundamental methodological, epistemological, and ontological questions surrounding the UAP phenomenon, including an exploration and critical assessment of crucial social, political and cultural issues connected with this elusive problem.
Participants will be asked to submit a discussion paper prior to the symposium, to be later worked into an essay that can be formally submitted to Limina for peer-review and eventual publication in its inaugural edition (tentatively planned for Spring-Summer 2023).
About discussion papers for this Symposium: participants can present on anything relevant to the study of the UAP phenomenon broadly understood (it can be a progress report on existing research, a preliminary findings report, or some general remarks meant to spark discussion or debate among the participants). We only ask that your reflections and discussion eventually come around to the theme of the Symposium as a whole: foundations, frontiers and future prospects of UAP studies. Here you might explore the following kinds of questions: