“Brains in the Making: emerging models, methods, and modes of working”: Durham University, DRAFT Programme

Brains in the Making: Emerging Models, Methods, and Modes of Working

Workshop, Durham University, 19-20 March 2015

DRAFT PROGAMME

NB This workshop is by registration only. Places have now been allocated.

 

DAY 1             19 March 2015

12-1                Lunch

1.00-1.10       Introductory comments: Dr Felicity Callard, Dr Angela Woods,                 Dr Peter Garratt

1.10-2.40       Session 1

Chair: Dr Peter Garratt (Cognitive Futures in the Humanities), Durham University

Interdisciplinary neuroscience collaborations: meeting the practical challenges

Professor Charles Fernyhough (Hearing the Voice, Hubbub), Durham University

Dr Ben Alderson-Day (Hearing the Voice, Hubbub), Durham University

Dr Susanne Weis (Hearing the Voice), Durham University

 

Probability designs: predictive processing and the eighteenth-century novel

Dr Karin Kukkonen (Cognitive Futures in the Humanities), University of Oxford

 

Embedded philosophy of neuroscience as a critical form of                                   interdisciplinarity

Philipp Haueis (Hubbub), Berlin School of Mind and Brain

 

2.40-3.00         Coffee/tea break

3.00-4.15       Session 2

Chair: Dr Marco Bernini (Hearing the Voice), Durham University

Naturalising interpretation – interpreting naturalism:                                  neuropsychiatric accounts of interpretation and the role of  ‘critique’ in the humanities

Dr James Carney (Cognitive Futures in the Humanities), University of Oxford

 

My Brilliant Career

Dr Des Fitzgerald (Hubbub), Durham University

 

4.15-4.45       Break

4.45-6.00       “In the Making I”: Recorded Panel Session

Prof Andreas Roepstorff, Aarhus University

Dr Simone Kühn, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

Dr James Wilkes (Hubbub), Durham University

Interviewer: Dr Angela Woods (Hearing the Voice, Hubbub), Durham University

 

7.30                Dinner for delegates

DAY 2             20 March 2015

9.30-11.00     Session 3

Chair: Dr Angela Woods (Hearing the Voice, Hubbub), Durham University

Can we use introspection in neuroscience?

Dr Simone Kühn, Max Planck Institute of Human Development, Berlin

 

Daydreaming across the disciplines

Dr Felicity Callard (Hubbub, Hearing the Voice), Durham University

 

The urban brain

Prof Nikolas Rose, King’s College London

 

11.00-11.30     Coffee/tea break

 

11.30-1.00     Session 4

Chair: Dr James Wilkes (Hubbub), Durham University

Indiscernible matter: the ethics of passionate objectivity

Sam McLean, King’s College London

 

TBC

Prof Andreas Roepstorff, Aarhus University

 

Lesions in the Landscape: Sounding EEG

Shona Illingworth, University of Kent

 

1.00-2.00         Lunch

 

2.00-3.15       “In the Making II”: Recorded Panel Session

Prof Nikolas Rose, King’s College London

Dr Ben Alderson-Day (Hearing the Voice, Hubbub), Durham University

Shona Illingworth, University of Kent

Interviewer: Dr Peter Garratt (Cognitive Futures in the Humanities), Durham University

 

3.15-4.00       Closing session

Reflections on ‘emergent’ methods & models

 

4.00                CLOSE OF WORKSHOP

 

We thank the Institute of Advanced Study (Durham University), The Wellcome Trust and the AHRC who have provided financial support for this workshop. The workshop draws on the expertise of three interdisciplinary research projects at Durham University: Hearing the Voice, Hubbub, and Cognitive Futures in the Humanities. For queries about this workshop, please contact Kim Staines, Project Co-ordinator, Hubbub (at The Hub at Wellcome Collection). For a previous post about this workshop, click here.

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