Sa20. MaiAdvanced Studies Conference: Hospitality and Mental HealthSamstag, 20. Mai 2017, 09:30  Termin in Kalender eintragen

Advanced Studies Conference: Hospitality and Mental Health

Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna,
Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
Friday May 19th and Saturday May 20th 2017

The seminar is organised by the Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health of the Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna and the Aesthetics in Mental Health Network of the Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford.
Conference Place: Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna, Freudplatz 1, 1020 Vienna, Lecture Room 2002
Organisers: Michael Musalek, Martin Poltrum – Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna Helena Fox, Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford
For Registration and Questions: Martin Poltrum, martin.poltrum@api.or.at phone: +43 88010 172
Homepage: Institute for Social Aesthetics & Mental Health

Download:
Pressetext: „KAFFEE UND GUGELHUPF ODER MAUERN UND STACHELDRAHT“ (pdf)
Programme:  Conference_Hospitality_Mental_Healths_Timetable (pdf)


Friday May 19th 2017 – 13.30-18.10

14.00-14.20
Alfred Pritz Welcome Address and Introduction (Rector of the Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna)
Michael Musalek Welcome Address and Introduction (Head of the Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

Chairman: Thomas Ballhausen, Ida-Maria Kisler

14.20-14.50
Lazare Benaroyo Hospitality and “Antlitz” by Emmanuel Levinas (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)

14.50-15.20
Guenda Bernegger Welcoming: spatial and narrative atmospheres (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

15.20-15.30 General Discussion

15.30-16.00 COFFE BREAK

16.00-16.30
Oliver Scheibenbogen Our patient is our guest – The Orpheus Programme (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

16.30-17.00
Naomi Good Making Place: Hospitable atmospheres and the Healing Environment (Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Charity)

17.00-17.10 General Discussion

Chairman: Michael Musalek, Martin Poltrum

17.10-18.10
Honorary Keynote-Lecture Arnold Berleant Social Aesthetics (Long Island University, New York)

 

Saturday May 20th 2017 – 09.30-13.00

Chairman: Lazare Benarollo, Kathleen Galvin

9.30-10.00
Thomas Ballhausen Hospitality and Literature (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Literaturhaus Wien)

10.00-10.30
Ida-Maria Kisler Hospitality changes the world – the world changes Hospitality (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

10.30-11.00
Michael Musalek Hospitality and Mental Health (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

11.00-11.15 General Discussion

11.15-11.45 COFFE BREAK

Chairman: Michael Musalek, Sal Anderson

11.45-12.15
Mark Agius, Charity and Hospitality and the Human Person (Clare College, University of Anna McKeever Cambridge)

12.15-12.45
Matthew Ratcliffe Delusions in an Inhospitable World (University of Vienna, Department of Philosophy)

12.45-13.15
Mirjana Delic How to say “NO” in hospitable treatments (University Psychiatric Hospital Ljubljana)

13.15-14.30 LUNCH BREAK

 

Saturday May 20th 2017 – 14.30-18.15

Chairman: Matthew Ratcliffe, Guenda Bernegger

14.30-15.00
Sal Anderson Video arts and Hospitality (University of the Arts London, Department of Film and Television)

15.00-15.30
Martin Poltrum Inhospitable World – Suicide Motives in the Movie (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

15.30-16.00
Li Jing Zhu Inhospitality – Suicide of Olympic Athlete and Olympic family members (University Beijing)

16.00-16.15 General Discussion

16.15-16.45 COFFE BREAK

Chairman: Mark Agius, Naomi Good

16.45-17.15
Kathleen Galvin Hospitality and ‘Nursing Openheartedness’ (University of Brighton, Sussex)

17.15-17.45
Ute Andorfer Be my guest! How to be a good host (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)

17.45-17.55 General Discussion

17.55-18.15
Michael Musalek Closing Remarks (Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health)