Open House at Center for Subjectivity Research 2015

On September 30 2015 we hosted an open house to reach out and share some of the current research at CFS.

We hosted an afternoon of interdisciplinary lectures and talks to a large crowd of interested students and employees at the Faculty of Humanities and beyond.


14:00-14:20 Dan Zahavi: General presentation of Center for Subjectivity Research

14:20-14:40 Søren Overgaard: “Empathy, conflict, and ethics: Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity”

14:40-15:00 Kristian Moltke Martiny: “A life with brain damage: What does it mean?”

15:00-15:20 Thomas Szanto: “Emotion regulation and social identification”

15:20-15:40 Alba Montes Sanchez: “Genomics and collective identities”

15:40-16:00 Mads Gram Henriksen and Josef Parnas: “Schizophrenia, psychosis, and we-disorders”

16:00-17:00 Meet the staff and join us for a glass of wine at Center for Subjectivity Research, KUA1, Building 25, 5th floor.

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