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Ergebnisanzeige "Nietzsche's Ecce Homo "
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelNietzsche's Ecce Homo
BeschreibungNietzsche's Ecce Homo
A Centenary Conference

Thursday, 27 - Friday, 28 November 2008

Venue:
Stewart House/Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

Co-Ordinators:
Duncan Large (Swansea) and Nicholas Martin (Birmingham)

PROGRAMME

Thursday, 27 November 2008
Room ST 273/274/275

9.15 Registration
9.45 Welcome and Introduction

10.00 Plenary Lecture
Keith Ansell Pearson (Warwick): Pure Nietzsche: On a Thoughtful Word in 'Ecce Homo'

10.45 Coffee

11.15 Parallel Sessions

Frank Chouraqui (Warwick): Culture, Knowledge and Politics from 'Schopenhauer as Educator' to 'Ecce Homo'

Rainer J. Hanshe and Alan Rosenberg (New York): From Metaphysics to Grains of Sand: On the Value of Small Things

Nicholas Martin (Birmingham): 'Ecce Homo': How One Reviews One's Self

12.00 Plenary Lecture

Lesley Chamberlain (London): Did Nietzsche want Success?

12.45 Lunch (own arrangements)

14.15 Parallel Sessions

James Griffith (Chicago): Nietzsche's Perfect Day: On the Exergue to 'Ecce Homo'

Kathleen Merrow (Portland): 'How One Becomes What One Is': Intertextuality and Autobiography in 'Ecce Homo'

Herman Siemens (Leiden): Nietzsche's 'Umwertung': On the Relation between 'War-Praxis' and 'Great Politics' in 'Ecce Homo'

15.00 Plenary Lecture

Paul Bishop (Glasgow): Nietzsche's Concept of Character in 'Ecce Homo'

15.45 Tea

16.15 Parallel Sessions

Rebecca Bamford (New York): 'Ecce Homo': Philosophical Autobiography and/as Metaphilosophy

Andrew Inkpin (London): 'Ecce Homo': A 'Cheerful and Profound' Work?

Henna Seinälä (Jyväskylä): Ariadne's Mystery

17.00 Plenary Lecture

Rüdiger Görner (London): 'Nitimur in vetitum' oder: 'Hat man mich verstanden?' Zu einer Argumentationsfigur in Nietzsches 'Ecce Homo'

17.45 Reception


Friday, 28 November 2008
Room ST 273/274/275

9.30 Parallel Sessions

Anthony Jensen (Cincinnati): Historiography in 'Ecce Homo'

C. Heike Schotten (Boston): 'Ecrasez l'infâme!': A Revolution for All and None

André van der Braak (Amsterdam): 'How One Becomes What One Is'

10.15 Plenary Lecture

Daniel Conway (Texas): 'And so I tell my life to myself': 'Ecce Homo' as an Exercise in Autobiography

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Parallel Sessions

Maria Branco (Lisbon): Nietzsche's Inspiration: Philosophical and Artistic Creative Freedom in 'Ecce Homo' and Other Writings

Duncan Large (Swansea): 'The Magic of the Extreme': Hyperbolic Rhetoric in 'Ecce Homo'

Aaron Parrett (Great Falls): 'Ecce Homo' and 'Confessiones Augustini': Autobiography and the End(s) of Faith

12.15 Plenary Lecture

Carol Diethe (Fortrose): Lost in Translation

13.00 Lunch (own arrangements)

14.15 Parallel Sessions

Martine Prange (Amsterdam): 'Ecce Homo': Autobiography, Preface, or Model of Philosophical Life?

Yannick Souladié (Toulouse): A 'Foretaste' of Inversion

John Whitmire (Cullowhee): Apocalyptic 'Madness': Reading 'Ecce Homo'

15.00 Plenary Lecture

Steven Aschheim (Jerusalem): 'Ecce Homo': Reactions to a Dionysian Autobiography

15.45 Tea

16.15 Parallel Sessions

Julia Happ (Oxford): '[K]ein Nordwind bin ich reifen Feigen': Nietzsche's Ambivalent Concepts of (Literary) Decadence

Vanessa Lemm (Santiago): Nietzsche's 'Ecce Homo' as an Ethics (and a Politics) of the 'Care of the Self'

Martin Liebscher (London): Podachs zusammengebrochenes Werk: Erneutes Abschreiten der Grenzen psychologischer Nietzsche-Deutung

17.00 Plenary Lecture

Werner Stegmaier (Greifswald): Schicksal Nietzsche? Zu Nietzsches Selbsteinschätzung als Schicksal der Philosophie und der Menschheit ('Ecce Homo', 'Warum ich ein Schicksal bin', 1)

17.45 Concluding Discussion

18.00 End of Conference


This conference is held under the auspices of the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, the University of Birmingham, and Swansea University, and is sponsored by the Modern Humanities Research Association.

See also the Swansea University website ;

Further Information/Registration

To obtain further information and register for the conference, contact Jane Lewin (tel: 020 7862 8966). Please note the closing date for receipt of registrations is Tuesday, 11 November 2008.

Conference Fees
Both Days:
£50.00 Standard Rate
£45.00 Reduced Rate (Fully paid-up Friends of Germanic Studies at the IGRS and paying members of the IGRS only)
£30.00 Student Rate (With a photocopy of a current university or student identity card only)

1 Day:
£30.00 Standard Rate
£25.00 Reduced Rate (Fully paid-up Friends of Germanic Studies at the IGRS and paying members of the IGRS only)
£20.00 Student Rate (With a photocopy of a current university or student identity card only)


INSTITUTE OF GERMANIC & ROMANCE STUDIES
University of London School of Advanced Study
Room ST272, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Telephone: +44 (0)20-7862 8966 Fax: +44 (0)20-7862 8672
Email: jane.lewin @sas.ac.uk Website: http://igrs.sas.ac.uk
Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
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VeranstaltungsortLondon
Anmeldeschluss11.11.2008
Beginn27.11.2008
Ende28.11.2008
PersonName: Lewin, Jane 
Funktion: Ansprechpartnerin 
E-Mail: jane.lewin @sas.ac.uk 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: INSTITUTE OF GERMANIC & ROMANCE STUDIES, University of London School of Advanced Study 
Strasse/Postfach: Malet Street 
Postleitzahl: WC1E 7HU 
Stadt: London  
Telefon: +44 (0)20-7862 8966 
Fax: +44 (0)20-7862 8672 
Internetadresse: http://igrs.sas.ac.uk  
LandGroßbritannien
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeKomparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur 1880 - 1945
Klassifikation17.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1914-1945) > 17.03.00 Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte
Ediert von  H-Germanistik
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