[csaa-forum] Cinematic Ethics 2: Emotion, Ethics, and Cinematic Experience, MGSM Conference Centre, MQ Uni, Dec 15-16
robert.sinnerbrink at mq.edu.au
Wed Dec 14 08:01:46 ACST 2016
Dear All, The following item may be of interest:
Cinematic Ethics 2 Symposium: Emotion, ethics, and cinematic experience
A Two Day Workshop/Symposium, Thursday Dec 15 & Friday Dec 16, 2016
MGSM Conference Centre <https://www.executivecentres.mgsm.edu.au/macquarie-park/location>
Macquarie University <http://www.mq.edu.au/about/contacts-and-maps/maps>, North Ryde, Sydney
The complex relationships between emotion, ethics, and cinematic experience provides the focus for this invited interdisciplinary workshop, the second 'Cinematic Ethics' symposium at Macquarie University, organised by Dr Robert Sinnerbrink as part of his ARC Future Fellowship project, 'Cinematic Ethics: Exploring Ethical Experience through Film' (FT 130100334).
The symposium brings together national and international researchers working on film from different disciplines, traditions, and theoretical perspectives. Particular attention will be given to developing the dialogue between phenomenological and cognitivist approaches to theorising emotion, ethics, and aesthetics in cinematic experience. Presentations with deal with topics such as moral psychology and narrative cinema; moral psychology and video games; neuroscientific and cognitivst approaches to emotion and cinematic experience; the ethics of empathy in film; phenomenology, ethics, and aesthetics of cinema; phenomenology and eco-aesthetics; phenomenology, ethics, and cinematic poetry; editing techniques and the expression of thought; the relationship between phenomenological and cognitivist approaches to emotion and mood in film.
Cinematic Ethics 2: Emotion, ethics, and cinematic experience
December 15-16, 2016
MGSM Conference Centre, MGSM Building, Theatre 101, MQ University
Thursday December 15
Intro to Workshop 9.45
10am-11.00 Prof. Carl Plantinga (Calvin College): ‘Moral Psychology in an Ethics of Engagement’
11.00am-11.30 morning tea
11.30am-12.30 A/Prof. Jane Stadler (University of Queensland): ‘Intercorporeality: The Ethics of Empathy in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal’
1.30pm-2.30 Dr Saige Walton (University of South Australia): ‘Heart of a Dog (2015): Merleau-Ponty’s Depth, Ethics and the Cinema of Poetry’
2.30pm-3.30 Ludo de Roo (Macquarie University): ‘The four elements of ecocinema’
3.30pm-4.00 Afternoon tea
4.00pm-5.00 Dr Karen Pearlman (Macquarie University): ‘Documenting Thoughts and Revealing Agency’
Friday December 16
9.30-10.30 Prof. Amy Coplan (California State University, Fullerton): ‘Outside In: Film, Affect, and the Body’
10.30am-11.00 morning tea
11.00-12.00 Dr Paul Formosa, Malcolm Ryan, and Dan Staines (Macquarie University): ‘Moral Psychology of Gaming’
12.00-1.00 Dr Ted Nannicelli (University of Queensland): ‘Film Production and Ethical Criticism’
2.00pm-3.00 Dr Robert Sinnerbrink (Macquarie University): ‘Phenomenology meets Cognitivism: Notes on an Encounter’
3.00pm-4.00 Philip Martin (Macquarie University): ‘Images of War and Wisdom Teeth: Aimless Bullet's Aesthetic-Social Imaginings’
4.00pm-4.30 Afternoon tea
4.30pm-5.30 Dr Mathew Abbott (Federation University): ‘The Look of Silence and the Problem of Monstrosity’
5.30pm-5.45 Concluding remarks & wrap-up
For further information or to express interest in attending please email Dr Robert Sinnerbrink: robert.sinnerbrink at mq.edu.au
Dr Robert Sinnerbrink
Senior Lecturer & Australian Research Council Future Fellow
Department of Philosophy | Level 7, W6A Building
Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia
T: +61 2 9850 9935 | F: +61 2 9850 8892 | robert.sinnerbrink at mq.edu.au<mailto:robert.sinnerbrink at mq.edu.au>
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