The new online Lecture Series of the Phenomenology of Dementia and Aging Network continues with its new events into 2022.
The Phenomenology of Dementia and Aging Network is delighted to announce the official program of the new lecture series “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Dementia and Aging”.
With the goal to initiate a sustainable dialogue between scientific disciplines as well as between theory and practice we cordially invite and welcome all interested parties to join our talks.
After a great opening with Pia Kontos in 2021, the events continue in 2022 to be held via Zoom always on Monday from 14.00-15.00 CET.
10.01.2022: Steven Sabat (Washington): “Forget ‘memory loss’: People with dementia can make new memories”
07.02.2022: Jo Reichertz (Duisburg-Essen): “Kommunikation und Demenz”
04.04.2022: Jan Sonntag (Hamburg): “Atmosphärensensibilität Demenzbetroffener am Beispiel der Musik”
13.06.2022: Klaus Fließbach (Bonn): “Clinical Spectrum of Neurodegenerative Dementias”
11.07.2022: Thomas Fuchs (Heidelberg): “The Bodily Continuity of the Self. Body Memory and Self-Care in Dementia”
05.09.2022: Lisa Käll (Linköping): “‘I have, so to speak, lost myself’ – Dementia, Ambiguous Loss and Subjectivity”
10.10.2022: Danielle Petherbridge (Dublin): TBA
07.11.2022: Christian Tewes (Mannheim): “Embodied Personhood. Vulnerability and Dignity in Alzheimer’s Disease”
05.12.2022: Heidi E. Hamilton (Georgetown): “Intersubjective Meaning-Making and Language in Dementia”
Erik Norman Dzwiza-Ohlsen & Ragna Winniewski
Phenomenology of Dementia and Aging Network
a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne/Husserl Archive Cologn