Our 6th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education was held successfully on the past weekend. We would like to thank everyone who participated in the event!
The lectures that took place in the banquet hall will be published on our Youtube-Channel, more info coming soon.
Malte Brinkmann & the whole team
I am pleased to present the programme of our 6th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research “Realities – Phenomenological and Pedagogical Perspectives”, that will take place from 15th – 17th September 2022 at the Humboldt-University of Berlin. I would like to point out that the conference language is English. From now on it is also possible to register for the conference (to the form).
I am looking forward to an interesting symposium.
At the beginning of the year, I would like to draw your attention to the 6th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education at Humboldt-University, Berlin:
“Realities – Phenomenological and Pedagogical Perspectives”
The symposium takes place from 15th – 17th September 2022 at the Humboldt-University of Berlin. Please find the Call for Papers and further information here.
With best wishes for a happy and healthy new year 2022!
Dear fellow students,
the 12th volume “Emotion – Feeling – Mood. Phenomenological and pedagogical Perspectives” in our series Phänomenologische Erziehungswissenschaft just published!
This volume provides systematic, interdisciplinary, and intercultural impulses for a phenomenological pedagogy of emotions, feelings, and moods without subordinating them to the logocentric dualism of emotion and rationality. Starting from foundational and cultural perspectives on pedagogical relations of education, learning, and Bildung, specific emotions in individual studies, as well as different approaches of important representatives of phenomenological research on emotions are presented. The contributions include pedagogical, philosophical, and empirical approaches to feelings, emotions, and moods, highlighting their fundamental importance and productivity for learning, Bildung, and education in different pedagogical institutions and fields.
Dear fellow students,
The Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für Bildungsforschung invites you to the Young Researchers’ Day, which will take place in digital format on 28 September 2021. The Young Researchers’ Day combines conference presentations and workshops on relevant topics of scientific practice. Participants will have the opportunity to present their own ongoing projects and research results in five parallel sessions.
More information can be found on the IZBF website and in the programme. To register, please send an email to email@example.com.
>>> To the programme of the event.
The IZBF invites you to the Summer School 2021 “Bild und Bildanalyse in der Bildungsforschung” for young researchers on 6 and 7 September 2021. The Summer School will present qualitative approaches to the theory and analysis of images and their application in educational research. The focus will be on phenomenological and historical perspectives. The workshops will allow participants to discuss the benefits and to contribute their own topics and research questions.
To kick off the event, Prof. Dr. Claudia Blümle (HU Berlin) will give a keynote on “Wiedererkennendes Sehen und sehendes Sehen. Ikonografische und phänomenologische Zugänge zum Bild”. It will take place via Zoom and is open to everyone interested. Informal registration to firstname.lastname@example.org is requested.
>>> To the programme of the event
“Dinge sind, je weilig nach ihrer Weise dingend, Spiegel und Spange, Buch und Bild, Krone und Kreuz” (Heidegger, 1950, 181).
We encounter them every day and everywhere, whether in the classroom, in the home office or in Heidegger’s philosophy: things. Some are useful to us and lend themselves to certain activities, others are just there and even lie in our way. As diverse as they may appear to us, they have something in common: they show themselves in certain ways, affect and invite us.
A selection of those is displayed together as “OBJECTS” in the following video, which was created as part of the synthpop project isnwave.