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Program

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

09:30 – 10:30  Opening Ceremony

  • Claus Holm, Head of Danish School of Education, Aarhus University
  • Sharon Todd, President of INPE, Maynooth University
  • Lovisa Bergdahl, Programme Chair, Södertörn University
  • Oliver Kauffmann, Conference organizer, Danish School of Education, Aarhus University

Tea & Coffee

11:00 - 12:30   Keynote Address I

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.

12:30-13:00        Lunch

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions I

1. Concurrent paper session

  • 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

A. Working paper session

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

B. Working paper session

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

I. Symposia/Roundtable

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.

Tea & Coffee

15:30 – 17:00 Parallel sessions II

2. Concurrent paper session

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 (Online presentation)

C. Working paper session

Chair: Amy Shuffelton

  • Reconsidering Classrooms in Times of Pandemic: An Everyday Aesthetics Perspective
    Guillermo Marini, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  • Dialogue as a Post-Secular Pedagogy of Religious Education
    Daniel Moulin-Stożek, University of Cambridge
  • Rethinking Ritual as a Pedagogical Form
    Lovisa Bergdahl, Södertörn University

D. Working paper session

Chair: Soyoung Lee

  • Gratitude and Education in China Under Covid-19: A Social Justice Approach
    Liz Jackson, Education University of Hong Kong & Jason Lin Cong, Education University of Hong Kong
  • 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
  • The Powerful and Respectful Pedagogy of Classic Myths and Stories. Old Tales’ Remedies for Battered Times
    Margarita García-Notorio, SUNY Plattsburgh

II. Symposia/Roundtable

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

Thursday, 18th of August

09:00 - 10:30   Parallel sessions III

3. Concurrent paper session

Chair: Yotam Hotam

  • 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.

E. Working paper session

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

 

F. Working paper session

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 (Online presentation)

III. Symposia/Roundtable

Chair: Sharon Todd

  • Embodied education: New sensations
    Matthew Crippen, Pusan National University & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Denis Francesconi, University of Vienna; Sune Frølund, Aarhus University; Dag Munk Lindemann, UCL University College; Oliver Kauffmann, Aarhus University.

Tea & Coffee

11:00 – 12:30 Keynote Address II

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

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel sessions IV

4. Concurrent paper session

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

G. Working paper session

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

H. Working paper session

Chair: Morten Timmermann Korsgaard

  • Speech as Subjectification: Learning from Tojisha-Kenkyu
    Nami Fujimoto, Aichi University of Education (Online presentation)
  • 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

IV. Symposia/Roundtable

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 (optional) New Carlsberg Glyptotek

Friday, 19th of August

09:00 - 10:30 Parallel sessions V

5. Concurrent paper session

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 & Ash Ünlüsoy, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

I. Working paper session

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

J. Working paper session

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
  • Educational Attunement: Possibilities and Limitations
    Rowena Azada-Palacios, Ateneo de Manila University

V. Symposia/Roundtable

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?
    Tone Sævi, VID Specialized University Bergen; 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

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00 Parallel session VI

6. Concurrent paper session

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

K. Working paper session

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

L. Working paper session

Chair: Jeff Stickney

  • ‘I Wanna Be Like You’: Philosophical Implications of Teacher-Mentor Archetypes Portrayed in Disney Animated Films
    Isaac Calvert, Brigham Young University
  • Film-Philosophy for Children
    Alexis Gibbs, University of Winchester

VI. Symposia/Roundtable

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.

18:00 - ...  Conference Dinner (optional)

Saturday, 20th of August

09:00 - 10:30 Parallel sessions VII

7. Concurrent paper session

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

M. Working paper session

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
  • Dis/ability: Challenging pedagogical forms and blind spots in philosophy of education
    Claudia Schumann, Stockholm University

N. Working paper session

Chair: Thomas Aastrup Rømer

  • Destiny or Decision: Revealing the Change of the Concept of Ming and its Pedagogical Implications
    Jia Liu, University of Strathclyde & Yueling Chen, University of Strathclyde
  • The Critical and Imaginative Potential of Utopia – an Educational Response to United Nations Agenda 2030
    Ole Andreas Kvamme, University of Oslo
  • The Utilitarian Approach in Education
    Tal Gilead, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

VII. Symposia/Roundtable

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; Or Aroch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Oded Zipory, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; J. Marshall Beier, McMaster University (Online presentation).

Tea & Coffee

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

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

Sharon Todd, Oliver Kauffmann & Lovisa Bergdahl

Lunch

14:00 - … Excursion (optional)