Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song

Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song

The Centre for Cultural Psychology, Department of Communication and Psychology, is proud to invite you to our international workshop 'Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song'.

Time

14.04.2016 kl. 11.30 - 17.00

Description

Picture: Anton Domenico Gabbiani - Portrait of Three Musicians of the Medici Court (1687)

 

Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song

The Centre for Cultural Psychology, Department of Communication and Psychology, is proud to invite you to our international workshop 'Aesthetics in the History of European Psychology: How to Play an Old Melody in a New Song'.

The programme includes 3 target presentations, commentaries by early-stage researchers and a plenary discussion. Colleagues and students are also invited to actively participate in the discussion.

11.30: Professor Gordana Jovanovic, Belgrade University, Serbia;

12.00: Professor Hroar Klempe, NTNU, Norway;

12.30: Professor Falk Heinrich, AAU, Denmark.

13.00: Lunch Break

14.00: Early-stage Researcher Commentaries

15.30: Plenary Discussion, Chair: Professor Jaan Valsiner

This workshop is part of the "migrating" programme of initiatives, mainly addressed to doctoral students and early-stage researchers, established by a network of Danish research groups developing a new look at the theoretical psychology, cultural psychology, epistemology and history and psychology of everyday life for a productive (rather than re-productive) approach to the study of human beings.

 

How to participate

Ph.d students and early-stage researchers are very welcome to participate with commentaries. You are kindly invited to register at luca@hum.aau.dk before April 1st, so you will receive the target papers.

Each participant is required to prepare a commentary draft (from 500 to 1000 words) that will be discussed during the workshop. Drafts must be sent no later than April 7.

An international publication will be edited including the target papers and the commentaries. 

Host

Luca Tateo

Address

Kroghstræde 3 room 4.117

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