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Critical Phenomenologies Inequity, experience, and the human
30 March - 31 March
You are kindly invited for this symposium organized by the Leiden Centre for Continental Philosophy:
Inequity, experience, and the human
30-31 March 2023
A symposium organized by Leiden Centre for Continental Philosophy (LCCP)
March 30 – Lipsius Building, Cleveringaplaats 1, Leiden. Room 2.11
9.30-9.45: Opening symposium
9.45- 11.00: Julia Jansen (KU Leuven, Belgium) “How personal in the ‘first-person-perspective’? Critical phenomenology between relativism and universalism”.
11.15-12.45: Keynote online – Alia Al-Saji (McGill University, Canada) “A Debilitating Colonial Duration: Fanon, Merleau-Ponty and a critical phenomenology responsive to racialized disability justice”.
13.45-15.15: Marieke Borren (Open University, The Netherlands): “A Spatial Phenomenology of White Embodiment – In the Netherlands and South Africa”.
15.30-17.00: Annemie Halsema (Leiden University and VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands), “Passing the opposition between Cis and Trans. Towards a Hermeneutics of Gender”.
Ruben Hordijk (Linköping University, Sweden), “Lugones and Levinas Face-to-Face: Critical Phenomenology and Feminist Ethics”.
Tristan Hedges (University of Copenhagen, Denmark), “The Affective Enforcement of Heterosexism: self-doubt and queer desire”.
March 31 – Lipsius Building, Cleveringaplaats 1, Leiden. Room 1.47
9.30-11.00: Session 1 – Marie Louise Krogh (Leiden University, The Netherlands), “Critical Phenomenology and the Place of Philosophy: the Geopolitical Imaginary”.
11.15-12.45: Session 2 – Annabelle Dufourcq (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands): “Transcendental Animal Imagination in Critical Phenomenology”.
13.45-15.15: Session 3 – Jingjing Li (Leiden University, The Netherlands): “What is Shared between Bodhisattvas and Their Target Audience: A Buddhist-critical phenomenology of transformative sociality.”
15.30-17.00: Keynote online – Sara Heinämaa (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), “Analyses of Violence: On the political-critical resources of existential phenomenology”.
17.15-18.15: PhD Students
Sarah Bloem (Linköping University, Sweden), “Autism and Neurodiversity: challenging normativities through critical phenomenology”.
Hans-Georg Eilenberger (Tilburg University, The Netherlands), “The Strangeness of Old Bodies”.
18.15: Closure symposium
Please register for the conference by sending an email to Karineke Sombroek, email@example.com
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