The PhenoLab blog has been updated with the new series of activities for 2021-2022. Activities begin on 19 October 2021.
The PhenoLab blog has been updated with the new series of activities for 2021-2022. From October 2021 the PhenoLab activities will be divided in three types:
I. Reading group: scheduled on every first and third Tuesday of the month, the aim of this activity is to read and discuss together with participants a selection of texts from the phenomenological tradition. Through the supervisor of a philosopher specialised in each proposed author, the reading group aims at facilitating the understanding of the phenomenological method and its possible use in the field of mental health. The programme for the reading group will be announced shortly, and the materials to read and discuss will be sent in advance by email to the people interested in being part of the mailing list. The duration of the activity will be 1 hour and half.
II. Academic Lectures: scheduled once a month, a keynote speaker will be invited to present his/her work followed by a discussion. The duration of the activity will be 1 hour and half. They will be alternated with the third activity of the PhenoLab.
III. Encountering mental health workers: scheduled once a month, a professional in the field of mental health will be invited to share how he/she handles with pragmatical issues in their practice, in order to show how phenomenology may be empirically helpful in daily practices. The encounter will be followed by a short discussion. The duration of the activity will be 1 hour and half. The timetable for each encounter will be announced once week before each activity.
The PhenoLab will start on October 19, 2021 h. 16.45 CET. Lectures and discussions will be held in English. For more details see: https://phenolab.blogspot.com/2021/09/phenolab-future-and-new-pathways.html