36th IHRSC'2017 - program

Tuesday, July 11

15:00

Registration

Library Hall

16:30

Pre-Conference Workshop: “Between Necessity and Choice on Researching Existential Dilemmas: A Pre-Conference Workshop Specifically Addressing the Theme of the Conference” by Scott D. Churchill (Chairperson), and “Being in the World, Being for the World: Existential Dilemmas Between Immanence and Transcendence”by Zdzisław Wąsik (Participant)

Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

18:30

Welcome Soirée

Library Hall

Wednesday, July 12

08:30

Breakfast and Registration

Rectorate Senate Hall

10:00

Opening Addresses

Rectorate Auditorium

11:30

Keynote Lecture “Between Necessity and Choice: Revisiting Selfishness and Individualism”by Ronald C. Arnett

Rectorate Auditorium

13:00

Lunch

Rectorate Senate Hall

Parallel Sessions from 14:00 to 16:00

Session A Rectorate Auditorium

14:00, “Life 5 Years After Spinal Cord Injury” by Sanne Angel

14:40, “Studying Healthcare as a Meaningful Practice: Towards a Non-Dualistic View on Evidence for Qualitative Research” by Els van Wijngaarden, Hanneke van der Meide, and Karin Dahlberg

15:20, “Caught Between Intending and Doing: Older People Ideating on a Self-Chosen Death” by Els van Wijngaarden

Session B Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

14:00, “The Nature of Exceeding: Psychotherapy and Social Change Processes” by Kevin C. Krycka

14:40, “The Space of Support in Mental Problems: Facing Challenges of Public Health in Nordic Societies” by Mona Sommer, and Tone Saevi

15:20, “The Phenomenology of Facial Photos: On Alphonso Lingis’ Photos of the Other” by Tone Saevi

Session C Library, Ground Floor:

Red Room

no 25

14:00, “The Phenomenology of Boxing as Experience and Attitude: Seen from the Ethical Lens of Emmanuel Levinas on the Basis of Interviews and Observations of Boxers in the Ring” by Jennifer Hamann

14:40, “Self-Training as a Life-Unfolding Activity: A Phenomenological Approach to Lived Experiences of Cancer Patients Taking Part in Physical Fitness Programs” by Vibeke Oestergaard Steenfeldt, and Mette Sonne Noerskov

15:20, ‘Just Keep Swimming’: Experiencing ‘Becoming’ a Channel Swimmer by Karen Rees

Session D Ground Floor:

Blue Room

no 5

14:00, “Understanding the Opportunities and Barriers for Refugee Youth in the USA” by Danuta Wojnar, and Robin Narruhn

14:40, “Intersection of Necessity and Choice for Migrants, in the Name of Humanity: Questioning Increasing Xenophobia in Society and Instrumental Logic in Real Politics against Asylum Seekers” by Eva K. Robertson

15:20, “What Experiences from International Exchange May Lead Students to Reflect Upon Their Own Role as a Teacher? Phenomenological and Hermeneutic Interpretation of Stories from a Different Angel” by Margareth Eilifsen

16:00

Coffee Break

Rectorate Senate Room

Parallel Sessions from 16:30 to 18:30

Session A Rectorate Auditorium

16:30, “Phenomenology as a Base for the Reflection on Freedom and Moral Choice in the Process of Education: A Few Remarks on the Phenomenological Pedagogy of Max van Manen” by Marta Krupska

17:10, “The Process of Transformation Experienced by the Patients, Their Families and Nurses During Critical Illness in the Intensive Care Unit: From Max van Manen’s Phenomenology of Practice Perspective” by Brigitte S. Cypress

17:500, The Meaning of Work for People Recovering from Cancer: Between Necessity and Choice from Employees’ and Employers’ Perspectives by Hadass Goldblatt

Session B Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

16:30, “The Lived-Through Experience of Spinally Referred Leg Pain: A Phenomeno-logical Descriptive Study” by Johan Holte, and Pirjo Vuoskoski

17:10, “Early Postnatal anal Incontinence Experience: An Existential Phenomenological Study” by Sharon Colebrook Hutchens, and Pirjo Vuoskoski

17:50, “The Lived Experience of Impaired Sensation in the Feet Related to Multiple Sclerosis” by Claire Cook, and Pirjo Vuoskoski

Session C

Library, Ground Floor:

Red Room

no 25

16:30, “Seeking Virtual Community Support After the Birth of a Child: Poised between Necessity and Choice” by Susan McNiesh, Dominique Teaford, and Deepika Goyal

17:10, “A Phenomenological Reflection on The America That Never Was: The Current Breach of Narrative Coherence in the Idea of America” by Francine Hultgren, and Margaret Polizos Peterson

17:50, “Between Temporality and Stability of Lived Time: Unaccompanied Minors’ Experience in Norwegian Schools” by Wills Kalisha

Session D Ground Floor:

Blue Room

no 5

16:30, “Ethical and Moral Dilemmas Experienced by Nurses in Today’s Health Care System: A Review of the Nursing Literature” by Anita Haahr, Bente Martinsen Woythal, Annelise Norlyk, and Pia Dreyer

17:10, “’Would It Be Different If I Was Not There Anymore?’ Vulnerability Described by a Young Person Afflicted of Anxiety and Depression” by Liv Bachmann, Ragnhild Michaelsen, and Solfrid Vatne

17:50, “On the Empathic Mode of Intuition: ‘Participatory Observation’ as an Investigatory Posture for Psychiatry, Nursing Science, Physiotherapy, and Human-Animal Studies” by Scott D. Churchill

18:40

Free Time.
Advised individual walking tour to the town to see the beautiful town hall and the reconstructed mediaeval market square of Jelenia Góra or a bus trip to the spa resort of Cieplice Śląskie (Warmbrunn).

Thursday, July 13

08:30

Breakfast

Rectorate Senate Room

09:00

Keynote Lecture “Inaugurative Pathos as an Existential Strategy Manifesting the Choice of Identity: Consequences of Heidegger's Metaphysical Position to Dasein for the Interpretation of Political Turnovers, Civilizational Clashes or Scientific Breakthroughs”by Lech Witkowski

 Rectorate Auditorium

10:00

Coffee Break

Rectorate Senate Room

Parallel Sessions from 10:30 to 12:40

Session A Rectorate Auditorium

10:30, “The Epiphany of Phenomena: A Case Study” by Steen Halling,

11:10, “How Might Negative Phenomenology Help Us To Qualify Qualitative Research? On Marion, Patočka and Action- and Wonder-Based Inquiries” by Finn Thorbjørn Hansen

12:00, “The Root of Phenomenological Reduction: In Search of a Perfect Applicative Paraphrase of The Idea of Phenomenology” by Seiji Takeda

Session B Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

10:30, “Teaching-Learning to Think Like a Nurse: Experiences of Preceptors and New Graduate Nurses Engaged in Socratic Coaching” by Christine Sorrell Dinkins

11:10, “Of Absence, Ghosts, and the ‘Re-‘ of Re-Search” by Leswin Laubscher

12:00, “’Deeper Than Even the Grain Goes’: Attending to Sound as Pedagogical Practice in Alphonso Lingis’ The Murmur of the World” by Patrick Howard

Session C Library, Ground Floor:

Red Room

no 25

10:30, “On Mediatization of Urban Identity as a Third Space: A Phenomenological Analysis of Constructed Semiosphere in Karpacz Holiday Resorts” by Małgorzata Haładewicz-Grzelak, and Joanna Lubos-Kozieł

11:10, “A Found Human Lifeworld: Existential Semiotic Movements Between Severe Autism and Speaking Reality” by Sari Helkala-Koivisto

12:00, “Bringing Lifeworld Phenomenology into the Classroom: A Creative Method in a Traditional Master’s Course on Public Health” by Marcianna Nosek

Session D Ground Floor:

Blue Room

no 5

10:00, “Vulnerability as an Existential Challenge in Chronic Illness – A Balance Between Self and Others: A Workshop for the Working Group from Molde University College” by Eva Gjengedal (Chairperson),withLiv Bachmann, Else Mari Ekra, Ragnhild Michaelsen, Aud Orøy, Hildegunn Sundal, and Solfrid Vatne (Participants)

12:00, “Researching Lived Experiences of Pregnant Women Who Considered Having, or not Having, an Abortion in the First Trimester: On the Basis Max van Manen’s Practical Phenomenology of Life-World Existentials” by Marianne Kjelsvik (Presenter), with Ragnhild Tveit Sekse, Elin Aasen, Asgjerd Litlere Moi, and Eva Gjengedal (Co-Authors)

13:00

Lunch

Rectorate Senate Room

14:00

Social Events

Bus

19:30

Gala Dinner at Paulinum Palace,
Nowowiejska 62, 58–500 Jelenia Góra

Walk

Friday, July 14

08:30

Breakfast

Rectorate Senate Room

09:00

Presidential Lecture “Umwelt, Lebenswelt & Dasein: Existential Modelling of Worlds Beyond Signs”by Zdzisław Wąsik

Rectorate Auditorium

10:00

Coffee Break

Rectorate Senate Room

Parallel Sessions from 10:30 to 12:40

Session A Rectorate Auditorium

10:00, “Investigating the Test Anxiety as Lived Experience in the Evaluation of Knowledge: Existential Dilemmas of Young Learners Involved in Foreign Language Teaching Between Choice and Necessity”by Katarzyna Kubaszewska

11:10, “In Search of Existential Meaning of Relationality: Exploring the Lifeworld of University Professors from the Perspective of Hermeneutic Phenomenology” by Agnė Kudarauskienė

12:00, “From Necessity to Choice in Students’ VolunteerExperiencesfor Coexistencein Community: Using the Methods of Practical Phenomenology for the Interpretation of Relationality Existentials”by Kayoko Ueda

Session B Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

10:00, “From Necessity to Choice in Women’s Professional Development and Employment: A Real Story of a Project from Beyoğlu District of Istanbul” by Sevinç Gülseçen, Zümrüt Ecevit Sati, and İkbal Orundaş

11:10, “Distance Learning: Is It a Choice or Necessity?On the Basis of Open and Distance Education Faculty at Istanbul University” by Vasfiye Arslan, and Sevinç Gülseçen

12:00, “Adapting Relationality as an Existential Choice of Freedom in the Enslavement Situation: On the Experiences of a Polish Captive in the Ottoman Empire Who Creatively Applied the European Music Notation to Turkish Melodies” by Füsun Deniz Özden

Session C Library, Ground Floor:

Red Room

no 25

10:00, “Freedom in Mere Ambiance: A Reflection on Spontaneity” by Siegfried L Mathelet

10:40, “From the Unfolding of Predicaments to the Understanding of Situatedness: A Phenomenological Study of the Protagonists’ Change Process in Psychodrama” by Shu Yu You

12:00, “To Play as a Purpose for Itself and an End in Itself: The Phenomenology of Entertainment Games in the Semiotic Becoming of Man as an Individual, Social and Cultural Self in Human Communication” by Elżbieta Magdalena Wąsik

Session D Ground Floor:

Blue Room

no 5

10:00, “Borrowing Words from English  – A Choice or Necessity?” by Kamila Biniek

10:40, “Phenomenology of the Legislator’s World of Obligation: Recipients of Legal Discourse Between Choice and Necessity” by Katarzyna Gęborys

12:00, “Eidetic Seeing in Practice” by Shotaro Iwauchi

13:00

Lunch

Rectorate Senate Room

14:00

Business Meeting

Rectorate Auditorium

Parallel Sessions from 16:00 to 18:00

Session A Rectorate Auditorium

15:00, Environmental Significance and Spatial Aspects of Religious Experience by Martin Nitsche

15:40, Neoshamanism in the Czech Republic: Seen from Anthropological and Phenomenological Perspectives by Vit Pokorný

16:20, Relationality as a Vital Existential of Christians in the Time of Reformation: Between the Choice of Spiritual Freedom and the Necessity for Compulsory Emigration (on the Basis of Selected Literary Narratives) by Józef Zaprucki

Session B Library, 3rd floor: Green Room

no. 202

15:00, “Creativity as Choice and Necessity: A Report on the Analysis of Artists’Manifestos from the Avant-Garde Movement” by Joanna Boguska-Kawałek

15:40, Choice and Necessity in the Visual Arts: Imagination and Photography by Javier Carreño

16:20, Phenomenological Reading of Visual Arts as a Choice of Many-Sided Positions and Involvements: On the Basis of Figurative Paintings of Feyzan Alasya– ‘Her Şeyden Öte’Beyond Everything by Füsun Deniz Özden, Filiz Bozan, and Telga Südor Mendi

Session C Library, Ground Floor:

Red Room

no 25

15:00, “Lived Experiences in Foreign Language Learning: On the Contribution of Phenomenology to the Study of Students’ Awareness of the Nature of Language” by Maria Luisa Pérez Cavana

15:40, “Pedagogical Provocations for Rethinking Learning:  Between Coincidence and Necessity” by Daiva Penkauskienė

 

16:20, An open slot for “A title to be announced” by a last minute author

Session D Ground Floor:

Blue Room

no 5

15:00, “To Talk or not to Talk about Death in Senior’s Residences?Communication and Silence Surrounding the Experience of Bereavement of Older Adults Living in Their Last Home” by Valérie Bourgeois-Guérin, and Jeanne Lachance

15:40, “Being a Newcomer in a Clinical Nursing Practice” by Jette Lind, and Vibeke Oestergaard Steenfeldt

16:20, An open slot for “A title to be announced” by a last minute author

17:00

Farewell Coffee & BYOB Meeting

Rectorate Senate Hall

Saturday, July 15

08:30

Breakfast (for remaining guests)
at Karkonosze College Campus

Rectorate Senate Hall

10:30

Walking Tour to the Guesthouse ‘Pearl of the West’
Gościniec Perła Zachodu
58-522 Siedlęcin 1

Walk