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Ergebnisanzeige "2nd Philosophy Meets Literary Studies Workshop"
|Ressourcentyp||Verschiedenes (Workshops, Sommerschulen u.a.)|
|Titel||2nd Philosophy Meets Literary Studies Workshop|
|Beschreibung||2nd Philosophy Meets Literary Studies Workshop
15th – 16th January 2016, University of Hamburg
Even though philosophy and literary studies share many common issues, topics, and questions, genuine exchange and cooperation between the two disciplines has been rather moderate. This is unfortunate for both parties because each can profit immensely from the other. Generally speaking, philosophy provides the methodological means to investigate concepts and their structure, and it offers pertinent research concerning foundational questions of literary studies, most prominently in aesthetics, metaphysics and philosophy of language. Thus, much theoretical and some empirical work in literary studies could benefit directly or indirectly from philosophy. Literary studies, on the other hand, supplies empirical research and the phenomenological basis for theorizing in the first place, and it points to aspects easily overlooked by theorists, like the richness of phenomena that constitutes aesthetic quality, or the historical background of literary works. Hence, it provides a pool and a corrective for philosophical research.
Our series of workshops aims to capitalize on this potential by bringing philosophers and literary scholars working on similar issues together. We believe that both parties can profit a lot from an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, perspectives and data. The first workshop of this series, in winter 2014, concentrated on a specific topic at the intersection of the fields: narratological concepts and interpretation. This time we have decided to place no restrictions on contributions but that they tackle issues which are of interest both to philosophers and to literary scholars.
Friday, 15th January 2016
13.00 – 14.15: Julia Langkau (University of Konstanz): “Imagining Fictional Worlds”
14.45 – 16.00: Tom Kindt (University of Fribourg): “Rules, Norms, and Principles of Interpretation?”
16.30 – 17.45: Derek Matravers (The Open University): “Reading as Fiction and Reading as Non-Fiction: Is there a Difference?”
Saturday, 16th January 2016
10.00 – 11.15: Janina Jacke (University of Hamburg): “The Narrator’s Interpreting and Unreliability”
11.45 – 13.00: Matthias Aumüller (University of Wuppertal): “Nabokov's Eyes. I-Narration and the Problem of Aesthetic Attribution”
14.30 – 15.45: Gregory Currie (University of York): “The Philosophy, and the experimental science, of fiction”
Venue: University of Hamburg, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1 (Main Building), 20146 Hamburg, AS-Saal (3rd floor)
The workshop language is English.
If you are interested in participating, please send an email to the organizers.
Christian Folde (firstname.lastname@example.org)
phlox research group, Philosophisches Seminar, Universität Hamburg
Janina Jacke (email@example.com),
heureCLÉA project, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Hamburg
Tilmann Köppe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
junior research group „Analytische Literaturwissenschaft“, Courant-Forschungszentrum „Textstrukturen“, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
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