4 February 2014

Open House at Center for Subjectivity Research






New perspectives on you, me and us
- join us at Center for Subjectivity Research! 

On 26 February you can get a mind-knowing experience at Center for Subjectivity Research.

Maybe you are wondering what the center is all about?

We are hosting an afternoon of interdisciplinary lectures and talks – and afterwards we hope you will join us at our open house reception. All students and employees at the Faculty of Humanities are more than welcome.


14.00-14.20 Dan Zahavi: General presentation of Center for Subjectivity Research

14.20-14.40 Mads Gram Henriksen: “Schizophrenia, psychosis, and self-disorders”

14.40-15.00 Simon Høffding: “Musical Absorption: Phenomenological lessons with the Danish String Quartet”

15.00-15.20 Alessandro Salice: “Speaking of Us”

15.20-15.40 Alba Montes Sanchez: “The shame experience and its ethical value”

15.40-16.00 Søren Overgaard: “Empathy, Conflict, and Ethics: Phenomenological Approaches to Intersubjectivity”

16.00-17.00 Meet the staff and join us for a glass of wine at Center for Subjectivity Research.

Date: 26 February 2014
Time: 14-17
Place: Faculty of Humanities – lectures in auditorium 22.0.11 and reception at Center for Subjectivity Research, building 25, 5th floor