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Paul Ricœur on Collective Identities
Conference Program (Central European Time)


Monday, 15 november 2021

9:00-9:30 Welcome and Introduction :

Peter Welsen (Trier) and the Organizing Committee : Michael Steinmetz, Cristina Vendra, Paul Sörgel, Martina Weingärtner

 

Section I – Institutions and Imaginations
9:30-10:30 Keynote (introduced by Michael Steinmetz)

Jeffrey Andrew Barash (Université de Picardie Jules Vernes) : Paul Ricœur and the Symbolic Configuration of Collective Identities


10:45-12:00 Moderation: Michael Steinmetz

Francesca D’Alessandris (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris) : Towards a Poetics of Memory. Paul Ricœur, Mikel Dufrenne and the Link Between Pre-reflective World and Collective Remembering

Paul Marinescu (Institute of Philosophy „Alexandru Dragomir“, Bucarest) : L'identité collective et l'expérience du témoignage


14:00-15:15 Moderation: Paul Sörgel

Silvia Pierosara (Università de Macerata) : A Threefold Path to Collective Identities in Ricœur: Projects, Imaginaries, and Narratives
Tim-Florian Steinbach (Bergische Universität Wuppertal) : Kollektive Identität und objektiver Geist


15:30-16:45 Moderation: Martina Weingärtner

Jean-François Rioux (McGill University Montreal) : Freedom, Institutions and Anonymity in Paul Ricœur
Alessandro Colleoni (Fondazione Collegio San Carlo und École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris) :

Entre la vie bonne et les institutions justes. Sur le fondement éthique du politique dans Soi-même comme un autre


17:00-18:15 Moderation: Cristina Vendra

Roger Savage (University of California, Los Angeles) : Collective Identity and Political Responsibility

Steven Mailloux (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles) : Collective Identities in Political Theology: Ricœur, Badiou, Fessard

 

Tuesday, 16 november 2021
Section II – Recognition and Memories
9:30-10:30 Keynote
(introduced by Paul Sörgel)

Maureen Junker-Kenny (Trinity College, Dublin) : Between Subjective Reflection and Public Visibility - Spotting Equivocations and Reductions in Analysing ‚Identity‘, ,Memory‘ and ‚Recognition‘


10:45-12:30 

Nel van den Haak (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) : How Do the Processes of Recognition Relate to Collective Identities?
Neda Ghiasi & Amir Maziar (University of Art, Teheran) : The Role of Narrative of Shahnameh in Constructing Iranian’s Collective Identity
Natalie Dutescu (Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg) : Narrative und Humanisierung kollektiver Identität bei Ricœur


14:00-15:30

Anaïd Mouratian (Université Paris Est) : Philosophical and Ethical Background of the Rehabilitation Process After War for Disabled Soldiers in Armenia: A Ricœurian Perspective
Alexander Nehrbass (Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University) : The Dangers of a Lost Cause: Ricœur, Memory & the American Civil War
Daniel Palacios González (a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne) : Writing History by Mean of Massgraves in Spain (1936-2020): From Warburg’s Nachleben to Ricœur’s Sépulture-Geste

 

16:00-17:15 

Hille Haker (Loyola University Chicago ) : Ricœur’s Ethics of Recognition, Responsibility, and Justice
Andreea Deciu Ritivoi (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh) : Ricœur’s Optimism: Lessons for a Renewed Political Imagination

 

17:30-18:30 Keynote (introduced by Paul Sörgel)

Burkhard Liebsch (Ruhr Universität Bochum) : Wie wäre kollektive Identität auf nicht-identitäre Weise zu denken?

 

Wednesday, 17 november 2021
Section III – Ethics and Collective Actions
9:30-10:30 Keynote:
(introduced by Martina Weingärtner)
Annemie Halsema (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) : Revaluing Whatness. Which Openings Does Ricœur’s Philosophy Offer for Thinking Gender?

10:45-12:00 Moderation: Martina Weingärtner
Monica Gorza (Sorbonne Université Paris) : Miroirs de l’identité. Une réflexion sur les conférences IX et X des Gifford lectures
Maria Sidorova (Higher School of Economics Moscow) : Political Aspects of Collective Identity: The Influence of Arendt’s Action Theory to Ricœur’s ’Little Ethics’

14:00-15:30 

Martinho Soares (University of Coimbra) : Space on Collective Identity: Landscape, Narrativity and Environment
Irene Breuer (Bergische Universität Wuppertal) : Commemoration and Architectural Expression: Narratives for the Construction of a Collective Identity
Patrick F. Bloniasz (Bowdoin College) : Manufacturing Coherence: Educational Assessment and the Symbolism of Grading


15:45-16:45

René Dentz (Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais) : Ricœur and the Post-Colonial Perspective of Latin American Theology
Mariana Evangelista (São Paulo University) : La littérature, l’ouverture à l’autre et l’amor mundi : une approche de Paul Ricœur à Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

17:00-18:00 Keynote (introduced by Cristina Vendra)

Alison Scott Baumann (SOAS University of London) : The Heuristics of Populism: How to Regain the Power of Speech Through Ricœurian Dialectics


18:00-18:30 Closing Session