ICNAP XIV: Affect in Dialogue. A conference on phenomenology of affect

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Submission of abstracts and registration is now open for the Interdisciplinary Coalition of North American Phenomenologists’ (ICNAP) conference on the phenomenology of affect. The conference is hosted by Center for Phenomenological Psychology and Aesthetics (CPPA) at Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen.

Affect has been a central theme of inquiry throughout the history of phenomenology. As the coloring of our experiences, it relates to aesthetics, ethics, psychopathology, social justice and many other areas of investigation. We call for abstracts on research concerning the various questions within the topic of phenomenology of affect.

Questions include, but are not limited to:

  • What is affect?
  • How does affectivity emerge?
  • How does affectivity relate to the body?
  • What is the role of affectivity in other dimensions of experience, such as perception, imagination, and judgement?
  • How can the experience of affect be approached methodologically?

Confirmed speakers include Claire Petitmengin (Institut Mines-Télécom Business School & Husserl Archives École Normale Supérieure), Sara Heinämaa (University of Jyväskylä), and Susi Ferrarello (Cal State East Bay).

See more information here.