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Program, INPE Conference August 17th -20th, 2022

Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen

Tuesday, 16th of August

16:00-18:00     Board Meeting (for Board members only)

Wednesday, 17th of August

08:30 - 09:30   Registration (In front of Festsalen, Building A, 1st Floor)

09:30 – 10:30  Opening Ceremony (Festsalen)


Claus Holm, Head of Danish School of Education, Aarhus University

Sharon Todd, INPE President, Maynooth University

Lovisa Bergdahl, Program Chair, Södertörn University

Oliver Kauffmann, Conference Organizer, Aarhus University

Tea & Coffee

11:00 - 12:30 Keynote Address I (Festsalen)

Chair: Merete Wiberg

  • Teaching Philosophy: Why and Where?
    Anne-Marie Eggert Olsen, Senior Lecturer of Philosophy of Education, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University.

Respondent: Jørgen Huggler, Head of Department, Senior Lecturer of Philosophy of Education, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University.

Lunch (Ground floor of Building A)

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions I

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Renato Huarte Cuéllar

  • Being Universitas

Amanda Fulford, Edge Hill University

David Locke, Edge Hill University

  • Pedagogies of Place: Conserving forms of place-based environmental education during a pandemic

Jeff Stickney, University of Toronto


Working paper session (A 203)

Chair: Erik Hjulström

  • Cultivating Sense(s) in Times of War and Pandemic Impoverishment: Towards an Ecological Critique

Synne Myrebøe, Rudolf Steiner University College

  • Critical and Reflective Thinking – Broadening the Perspectives of Critical Thinking Through its Deweyan Roots

Veli-Mikko Kauppi, University of Oulu and Henri Pettersson, University of Oulu

  • Fragments of Danning: a critical analysis of the current educational discourse in Norway

Aurora Jacobsen Evenshaug, University of Oslo & Elin Rødahl Lie, University of Oslo


Working paper session (A 210)

Chair: Juliette Bertoldo

  • Alienation and Human Nature. Recuperating the Classical Discussion

Asger Sørensen, Aarhus University

  • Digital Self-Measurement and Education. On modern schooling, technology and resonance

Ande Eitner, Leuphana University Lüneburg

  • Fostering Community in the Online Space

Elizabeth O’Brien, University College Dublin & Victoria Jamieson, Edge Hill University


SymposiUM/Roundtable (Festsalen)

Chair: Elisabet Langmann

  • Sacred Pedagogic Traditions in Dialogue: Pedagogic Principles and Educational Philosophies of Five Sacred Texts

Isaac Calvert, Alissa Christensen, Avery Barnes, Jessica Ashcraft, Anna Moon, Ariahna Groesbeck, Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, United States of America

Tea & Coffee

15:30 – 17:00 Parallel sessions II

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Itay Snir

  • Public Education and Sophistical Practice

Carl Anders Säfström, Maynooth University

  • Elevating Honesty in Post-Truth Era Education

Sarah M Stitzlein, University of Cincinnati


Working paper session (A 212)

Chair: Soyoung Lee

  • ‘I Wanna Be Like You’: Philosophical Implications of Teacher-Mentor Archetypes Portrayed in Disney Animated Films

Isaac Calvert, Brigham Young University 

  • What Has Been Educated? A Brief Study of the Traditional Chinese Textbook Three Word Classic and its Contribution to Classroom Culture and Climate

Jia Liu, University of Strathclyde (ONLINE)


SymposiUM/Roundtable II  (A 214)

Chair: Joris Vlieghe

  • The Paradox of Virtual Learning: Implications for demographic and democratic Parity

Nuraan Davids, Stellenbosch University; Søren S.E. Bengtsen, Aarhus University, Merete Wiberg, Aarhus University

18:00 -              Welcoming Reception (At campus; ground floor of Building A)

Thursday, 18th of August

09:00 - 10:30   Parallel sessions III

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Merete Wiberg

  • An Anarchist Aesthetics of Education in Bertold Brecht’s Gestic Theatre

Katja Frimberger, University of Glasgow

  • Herbart with Rancière on the Educational Significance of the “Third Thing” in Teaching

Erik Hjulström, Mälardalen University & Johannes Rytzler, Mälardalen University


Working paper session (A 203)

Chair: Victoria Jamieson

  • A Phenomenological Study Exploring Students’ Lived Experience of Moral Disquiet in Professional Human Practices

Helene Torsteinson, VID Specialized University

  • Zooming in on Judgement: Teaching in Times of Pandemic from an Arendtian Perspective

Yotam Hotam, University of Haifa

  • The Locus of Attention as a Spatial and Ethical Encounter in (blended) Learning Settings

Birgit Schaffar-Kronqvist, University of Helsinki


Working paper session (A 210)

Chair: Bianca Thoilliez

  • Digitalising the School – Schooling the Digital: Exploring the Digital Sphere Hypothesis

Joris Vlieghe, KU Leuven & Piotr Zamojski, University of Gdansk

  • The Ontology of the Example: On Religious Diversity and Students’ Subjectivity

Marie Hållander, Södertörn University

  • Thing-Centredness and the Search for an Ontology of Online Education

Luiz do Valle Miranda, Charles University in Prague


Symposium/Roundtable III  (Festsalen)

Chair: Sharon Todd

  • Embodied education: New sensations

Matthew Crippen, Pusan National University & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Sune Frølund, Aarhus University; Dag Munk Lindemann, UCL University College; Oliver Kauffmann, Aarhus University.

Tea & Coffee

11:00 – 12:30 Keynote Address II (Festsalen)

Chair: Piotr Zamojski

  • Rejuvenating and regenerating on-campus education. Why particular forms
    of pedagogical life matter

    Jan Masschelein, Professor of Philosophy of Education and Head of Laboratory for Education and Society, University of Leuven (KU Leuven).

Respondent: Lovisa Bergdahl, Associate Professor of General Pedagogy, Södertörn University.

Lunch (Ground floor of Building A)

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions IV

            Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Juliette Bertoldo

  • Traditions Within Philosophy/ies of Education?

Renato Huarte Cuéllar, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  • Clocked by the Pandemic! On Gender and Time in Rousseau´s Émile

Amy Shuffelton, Lyola University


Working paper session (A 203)

Chair: David Locke

  • Educational Possibilities in Notions of ‘Public’

Maggie O’Neill, University of Gothenburg

  • Distance Learning – Having, Being and Appearing

Vita Venslovaite, Vilnius University

  • Putting the Pandemic on the Table: Profanation, Exhaustion and the Spandrel in the Public Architecture of Schooling in Crisis

Glenn M. Hudak, University of North Carolina


Working paper session (A 212)

Chair: Morten Timmermann Korsgaard

  • Speech as Subjectification: Learning from Tojisha-Kenkyu

Nami Fujimoto, Aichi University of Education (ONLINE)

  • Education for People-Yet-To-Come: School Culture in the Anthropocene

Lilija Duobliene, Vilnius University

  • Self-Formation in Education – a Space for Mutual Desire

Marit Honerød Hoveid, Norwegian University of Science and Technology


SymposiUM/Roundtable IV  (Festsalen)

Chair: Henrik Vase Frandsen

  • Rethinking students' wellbeing

Bianca Thoilliez, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Marina Schwimmer, Université du Québec à Montréal; Soyoung Lee, Pusan National University; Paul Standish, University College London

17:00 -              Cultural event. New Carlsberg Glyptotek, 7 Dantes Plads

Friday, 19th of August

09:00 - 10:30   Parallel sessions V

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Paul Standish

  • A Lesson of Mutual Support for Peace: Socially-Distanced Friendship as a Way to Harmonize Indigenous Moral Values and Philanthropy as Military Culture

Kanako W. Ide, Soka University & University of Maryland Global Campus

  • Creating Intimacy Online Through a Shared Experience of ‘Not-Knowing’

Lynne Wolbert & Asli Ünlüsoy, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht


Working paper session (A 203)

Chair: Elisabet Langmann

  • Populism: A Possible Future for Democratic Education?

Paul Adams, University of Strathclyde

  • On the Noosphere and the Crisis of the Savoirs in Stiegler’s Thought

Joff Bradley, Teikyo University

  • What is a lockdown?

Thomas Aastrup Rømer, Aarhus University


Working paper session (A 212)

Chair: Birgit Schaffar-Kronqvist

  • Humour, Laughter, and the Queer Pedagogy of Schitt’s Creek

Seán Henry, Maynooth University

  • Playing it by Ear: Potential as an Improvisatory Practice

Catherine Herring, University College London (ONLINE)

  • Reconsidering Classrooms in Times of Pandemic: An Everyday Aesthetics Perspective

Guillermo Marini, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (ONLINE)


SymposiUM/Roundtable (Festsalen)

Chair: Carl Anders Säfström

  • Democratic education and equality in the aftermath of the pandemic: What peda-gogical forms of significance should we revisit, revive and retrieve? How and why?

Judith Ologi, NLA University Bergen; Wills Kalisha, NLA University Bergen; Helene        Torsteinson, VID Specialized University Bergen.

Tea & Coffee

11.00 – 12.30 INPE Business Meeting (Meeting Room D 168d, Building D, ground floor)

Lunch (Ground floor of Building A)

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions VI

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Marit Honerød Hoveid

  • Fear, Angst, and the ‘Startling Unexpected’. Three figures of teaching in the time of Covid-19

Vasco d’Agnese, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli

  • Retrieving Tact as a Pedagogical Form. Arendt and the daimon.

Morten Timmermann Korsgaard, Malmö University


Working paper session (A 212)

Chair: Marie Hållander

  • Lessons of the Pandemic from Under the Educational Institution

Çağlar Köseoğlu, Erasmus University Rotterdam & Julien Kloeg, Erasmus University Rotterdam

  • ‘In the Usual Way’: Teaching Accounting During the Covid-19 Pandemic Time

Yanru Zou, University of Glasgow

  • Educational Attunement: Possibilities and Limitations

Rowena Azada-Palacios, Ateneo de Manila University (ONLINE) & Pamela Joy Mariano Capistrano, Ateneo de Manila University (ONLINE)


SymposiUM/Roundtable VI  (Festsalen)

Chair: Johannes Rytzler

  • The Varieties of Pedagogical Reduction

David Lewin, University of Strathclyde; Karsten Kenklies, University of Strathclyde; Nicola Robertson, University of Strathclyde; Katja Frimberger, University of Strathclyde.

19.30 -              Conference Dinner at Restaurant Spiseloppen, Bådsmandsstræde 43, ’Christiania’

Saturday, 20th of August

09:00 - 10:30   Parallel sessions VII

Concurrent paper session (A 201)

Chair: Amanda Fulford

  • Knowledge, Truth and (Higher) Education in Post-Normal Times

Kai Horsthemke, University of the Witwatersrand & KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

  • Siegel, Cavell and the Cultivation of Reason as an Educational Ideal

Yoonji Kang, University of Warwick


Working paper session (A 203)

Chair: David Lewin

  • Dancing in the Dark: Unsettling conventional academic writing practices

Elizabeth O’Brien, University College Dublin & Anne Pirrie, University of the West of Scotland

  • Slow Reading as a Pedagogical Form

Morgan Deumier, Malmö University

  • Dialogue as a Post-Secular Pedagogy of Religious Education

Daniel Moulin-Stożek, University of Cambridge


Working paper session (A 212)

Chair: Thomas Aastrup Rømer

  • Destiny or Decision: Revealing the Change of the Concept of Ming and its Pedagogical Implications

Jia Liu, University of Strathclyde (ONLINE) & Yueling Chen, University of Strathclyde (ONLINE)

  • The Utilitarian Approach in Education

Tal Gilead, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Dis/ability: Challenging pedagogical forms and blind spots in philosophy of education

Claudia Schumann, Stockholm University


SymposiUM/Roundtable VII  (A 214)

Chair and respondent: Itay Snir, The Max Stern Yezreel Valley Academic College

  • Alternative approaches to childhood and their educational implications

Tanu Biswas, University of Stavanger (ONLINE); Or Aroch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Oded Zipory, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; J. Marshall Beier, McMaster University (ONLINE)

Tea & Coffee

11:00 – 12:30 Keynote Address III - The Terence H. McLaughlin lecture (Festsalen)

Chair: Kai Horsthemke

  • Relational Philosophies of (Indigenous) Education in the Time of Machine Learning
    Troy Richardson, Associate Professor of Philosophy of Education and American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Cornell University.

Respondent: Sharon Todd, Professor of Education, Maynooth University.

12:30 – 12:45  Closing Ceremony (Festsalen)

Sharon Todd, Oliver Kauffmann & Lovisa Bergdahl

Lunch (Ground floor of Building A)

14:00                 Excursion. (Meeting point at entrance A3, Building A)