The Niels Bohr Lectures 2018: Cultural Psychologies and New General Psychology: What Has Been Learned in the Past Five Years?

The Niels Bohr Lectures 2018: Cultural Psychologies and New General Psychology: What Has Been Learned in the Past Five Years?

This year we have our sixth annual Niels Bohr Lectures where we reflect on the 5 years of our Niels Bohr Centre for Cultural Psychology and look forward to the future of Cultural Psychology.

Time

26.02.2018 kl. 10.00 - 27.02.2018 kl. 17.00

Description

Painting: Magritte - La Condition Humaine (1933)

 

Our sixth annual Niels Bohr Lectures on Cultural Psychology are also the last ones during the Niels Bohr Professorship funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. We will therefore bring together leading figures in cultural psychology from around the world to reflect on the progress made over the five years of the grant and create an orientation to the future of the discipline.

 

Programme

Day 1, February 26

10.00-10.15: General Introduction—Brady Wagoner

10.15-12.00: LECTURE 1: Cultural Psychologies and New General Psychology: What Has Been Learned in the Past Five Years? – Jaan Valsiner. Presentation available here.

12.00-12.15: Speech by Henrik Halkier, Faculty of Humanities at AAU

12.15-13.30: Lunch

13.30-15.00: PANEL DISCUSSION 1:  "Why is there slow progress in theory building in cultural psychologies?"  Moderator— Luca Tateo

Discussants:  Tania Zittoun, Alex Gillespie, Ivana Marková, Nikita Kharlamov, Fathali Moghaddam

15.00-15.30: Coffee break

15.30-17.00: PANEL DISCUSSION 2: "Re-building of historical connections for advancement in cultural psychologies."  Moderator— Ignacio Brescó Discussants:  Carlos Cornejo, Frederik Stjernfelt, Alberto Rosa, Bob Innis, Hroar Klempe, Jens Mammen

17.15: Launch of new journal Human Arenas—Pina Marsico and Luca Tateo

 

Day 2—February 27

10.00-12.00: LECTURE 2—Beyond Methods to Open-Systemic Methodology in Contemporary Cultural Psychologies – Jaan Valsiner. Presentation available here.

12.00-13.00: Lunch

13.00-14.30: PANEL DISCUSSION 3: "Why insist on the open system nature of methodology?"  Moderator— Svend Brinkmann

Discussants:  Steve Brown, Paula Reavey, Kalevi Kull, Sergio Salvatore, Eric Jensen

14.30-15.00: Coffee break

15.00-17.00: PANEL DISCUSSION 4: "So what? Do the suggested changes have pratical implications?"  Moderator—Thomas Szulevicz. Discussants:  Pina Marsico, Mario Carretero, Mogens Jensen, Danilo Guimaraes, Nandita Chaudhary 

Host

Brady Wagoner

Address

Rendsburggade 14, Room 4.105

Registration Deadline

12.02.2018 kl. 18.00

Register at

mkat@hum.aau.dk

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