Registration open for Remembering: Phenomenological and Analytic Approaches

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A workshop intended for early-career researchers at the Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes, France, 6-7 May 2020.

Remembering: Phenomenological and Analytic Approaches
Early-career researcher workshop
6-7 May 2020
Université Grenoble Alpes

To register: please send a message to [email protected] by 6 April 2020.


May 6
Salle des conférences, bâtiment Médiat, 71bis rue des Universités

09:00-09:20. Welcome
09:20-10:10. Alexander Schnell (Institute for Transcendental Philosophy and Phenomenology, Bergische Universität Wuppertal), Approche phénoménologique de la mémoire
10:10-11:00. Andrea Rivadulla Duro (LOGOS, University of Barcelona), Are the phenomenology of memory and the phenomenology of imagination mutually exclusive?
11:00-11:20. Coffee break
11:20-12:10. André Sant’Anna (CPM, Université Grenoble Alpes), Episodic memory as a representational state
12:10-13:00. Jan Lockenbauer (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), « L’oubli qui est mémoire » et « la douleur faite à autrui comme le vrai souvenir » : sur deux aspects fondamentaux de la mémoire du corps selon Maurice Merleau-Ponty
13:00-14:20. Lunch break
14:20-15:10. Anco Peeters (FOR 2812 “Constructing Scenarios of the Past”, Ruhr-Universität Bochum), Enactive remembering through the lens of sensorimotor contingencies
15:10-16:00. Inga Römer (Université Grenoble Alpes), Phenomenology of memory. Husserl – Derrida – Ricœur
16:00-16:20. Coffee break
16:20-17:10. Hamid Nourbakhsh (University of Tehran), The role of imagination and recollection in the phenomenal contrast arguments
17:10-18:00. David Pena (San Francisco State University), Pachyderm remembrance: The phenomenology of animal memory
18:00-18:10. Comfort break
18:10-19:00. Denis Perrin (CPM, Université Grenoble Alpes), On the subjectivity of episodic remembering
20:00. Dinner

May 7
Salle des conférences, bâtiment Médiat, 71bis rue des Universités

09:00-09:50. Christoph Hoerl (University of Warwick), Perspective-taking in time
09:50-10:40. Jing Shang (Sorbonne), On the paradox of ‘immemorial memory’
10:40-11:00. Coffee break
11:00-11:50. Bruna Richter (Philosophy of Memory Lab, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria/CPM, Université Grenoble Alpes), The main characteristics of subjective time involved in episodic simulation
11:50-12:40. Giacomo Croci (Freie Universität Berlin), Fleshing out memory: Heidegger and Danto on historicity, plus two case studies
12:40-14:00. Lunch break
14:00-14:50. Christopher McCarroll (CPM, Université Grenoble Alpes), Seeing oneself from-the-outside: Point of view in memory imagery
14:50-15:40. Patrick Eldridge (University of New Brunswick), What is transcendental in the phenomenology of memory? On Husserl’s synthesis of reproduction
15:40-16:00. Coffee break
16:00-16:50. Susie Kovalczyk (Philosophy of Memory Lab, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria/CPM, Université Grenoble Alpes), Working memory systems and the minimal self
16:50-17:40. Nicolas de Warren (Pennsylvania State University), A remembrance of times never past. The phenomenology of false recollections and imposter memories
17:40-17:50. Comfort break
17:50-18:20. Kourken Michaelian and Alexander Schnell, closing remarks

This event, and in particular travel costs for early-career speakers, is supported by funding from the Université franco-allemande.

Meeting languages: English and French.

Organizers: Kourken Michaelian, Denis Perrin, Inga Römer, André Sant’Anna, Alexander Schnell. The event is organized as a collaboration between the Centre for Philosophy of Memory in Grenoble and the Institute for Transcendental Philosophy and Phenomenology in Wuppertal.