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The European Mind: Narrative and Identity

International Society for the Study of European Ideas




The 10th international conference of ISSEI, to be held in Malta in 2006, invites scholars from various disciplines such as History, Politics, Literature, Arts, Philosophy, and Religion to examine the European Identity and the multiplicity of narratives in the age of globalization.

THE 10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF

ISSEI
International Society for the Study of European Ideas

organized in cooperation with

University of Malta, Foundation for International Studies

The European Mind: Narrative and Identity

24 - 29 July, 2006

WORKSHOPS

The conference is divided into five sections:

1) History, Geography, Science
2) Economics, Politics, Law
3) Education, Women''''s Studies, Sociology
4) Art, Theatre, Literature, Music, Culture
5) Language, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

If you are interested in participating in one or more of the following workshops please contact the Chair of the workshop directly. If you are not sure for which Workshop your paper would be most suited please send a short abstract of your paper to Prof. Ezra Talmor (issei@nachshonim.org.il). He will then suggest a workshop Chair for you to contact.

Section I: History, Geography, Science

Places, Narratives and lieux de mémoire: The Role of the Past in the Present

Chair: Hans-Jakob Ĺgotnes

The Experience and The Literature of Islands

Chair: Victor Castellani

Narrative and Identity in the Border (Mixed) Areas from an Historical Point of View

Chair: Marek Czaplinski

Mediterranean: The Meeting Point of Civilization

Chair: Bojka Djukanovic

Empire and Nation in the Mediterranean

Chair: Henry Frendo

Personal Narratives: Ordinary Writings: Towards a History of Writing Practices in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Chair: Martyn Lyons

The Impact of Medieval History in European Civilization

Chair: Sophia Menache

Nazism and Social Hygiene in the Twentieth Century

Chair: André Mineau

European Minds and Classical/Western Traditions of Thought :Writing History in War and Peace

Chair: Neil Morpeth

Comparative-historical Perspectives on European Multiculturalism

Chairs: Bernd Weiler and Peter Stachel

Section II: Economics, Politics, Law

The European Mind – Shifting Paradigms of Identity

Chair: Joseph Aieta

The Lure of Constitutions: Institutions, Tradition and Change—Or, Where Did the Heroes Go?

Chairs: Brit Berggreen and Lily Stylianoudi

Prospects and Limits of Democracy in a European Future

Chairs: Ljubov Bugaeva and John Ryder

The Federal Identity of Europe: Insights from Politics, Economics and Law

Chair: Michael Burgess

Globalization and the Slave Identity

Chair Barbara DeGorge

Metageographical Distinctions and the Production of Narrative

Chair: Dr. Martin Hall

Europe: From Transnational Commonwealth to Union

Chair: Heinz-Uwe Haus

Multiculturalism and Social Capital: Conversions and Ramifications

Chair: Ashok Kumar Kaul

New Ways Towards Europe: Dilemmas and Question Marks.

Chair: György Kerékgyártó

The Impact of Integration on Structural Changes of Economy

Chair: Kaie Kerem

Globalization and Humanity

Chair: Erica Lazarova

Democracy: European Narrative as Universal

Chair: David Lovell

A Brief History of Politics/Power: Contexts, Representations, and Discursive Practices

Chairs: Kostas A. Lavdas and Nikos E. Papadakis

From Metrosexual to Metropolitan Hubris: Political, Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Anti-Urbanism

Chairs: Elena Mancini and Michael J. Thompson

Challenges of Good Governance in Emerging Democracies

Chair: Austin Monday

Fundamentalism: Political, Religious and Secular

Chair: Gerson Moreno-Riano

Potential and Needs of the EU New Member States

Chair: Tatyana Muravska

The Crisis of Modernity and the Construction of Citizenship

Chair: Gino Gerard Raymond

Socialism and/or Capitalism: Opposites or Variations on a Theme of Secularization?

Chair: Mildred Schachinger

The Politics and Philosophies of 18th Century Landscape Garden Design

Chair: John Alexander Smith

On the Development of European Studies Programs: Theory and Practice

Chairs: Hans-Peter Soeder and Jeff Mitscherling

Civilisation, Barbarism and the Legacy of the Holocaust

Chair: Philip Spencer

Knowledge Society, or the Latest Last Chance

Chairs: Nico Stehr and Endre Kiss

Creativity, the Literary Arts, and Global Culture

Chairs: Eduardo Velásquez and Domnica Radulescu

European Constitutional Identity

Chair: Alberto Vespaziani

French-Revolutionary Origins of Terror and Terrorism

Chair: Paolo Viola

Socrates: Reason or Unreason as the Foundation of European Identity?

Chair: Ann Ward

The Praxis of Altruism in Imperial Europe, 1815–1914

Chair: Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe

Section III: Education, Women''''s Studies, Sociology

Progressive Narratives of Sexual Pessimism

Chair: Tom Claes

Narrative and Identity in the Border (Mixed) Areas from an Historical Point of View

Chair: Marek Czaplinski

Identity, Gender and Contemporary European Education

Chair: Michele D’Angelo-Long

Feminist Theory: Continuation and Innovation

Chair: Iddo Landau

Women Writers and the Problem of Relationships: Identity Issues in the Narratives and Lives of European Women Authors associated with Relationships, Heterosexual, Lesbian, Platonic, or the Lack of Attachment

Chairs: Dagmar C. G. Lorenz and Helga Kraft

Ideals Today

Chair: Marianna Papastephanou and Joachim Duyndam

Ethical Values, Education and Development in Eastern Europe

Chair: Irina Peaucelle

Section IV: Art, Theatre, Literature, Music, Culture

National Identity and Geographic Diversity in the East-European Literature

Chair: Mihaela Albu

Fear

Chairs: Zbigniew Bialas and Theodora Tsimpouki

Music as a Central Factor in Shaping European Identity

Chair: Joachim Braun

The Experience and The Literature of Islands

Chair: Victor Castellani

Ideas at Work in 20th & 21st Century Art and Poetry

Chair: John Danvers

The Narrative of the Mythology in the Theatre

Chair: Claudine Elnecave

Imagining, Inventing and Invigorating the Middle Ages in Modern European Arts and Literature

Chair: William A. Everett and Francisca Gonzales-Arias

Jewish-European/Jewish Oriental Narratives: Before and After the Shoah

Chair: Mark H. Gelber

Hybridity / Multiculturalism / Métissage – Possible Approaches to European Identity?

Chair: Brigitte Glaser

Experiencing the Urban: The Representation of the City in Literature

Chair: Marja Harmanmaa

Cultural Identity and Cultural Policy in the European Member States

Chair: Heinz-Uwe Haus

Brecht’s Model: Not an Answer but an Opening

Chair: Heinz-Uwe Haus

Imagining Revolutions: Revolutions of the Mind

Chair: Andrew Hussey

Anthropology of Emotions

Chair: Mauro Koury

The European Identity: Myth or Reality in Contemporary Literature, Philosophy and Cultural Studies?

Chairs: Michčle Lemettais and Marie-Paule Tranvouez

Does Migration Change the Mind? Latvians in Latvia and all over the World – How Biographical Narratives Reveal the Hysteresis of Culture as Influence Structure

Chair: Thomas Loer

Women Writers and the Problem of Relationships: Identity Issues in the Narratives and Lives of European Women Authors associated with Relationships, Heterosexual, Lesbian, Platonic, or the Lack of Attachment

Chairs: Dagmar C. G. Lorenz and Helga Kraft

The Great National Work of Literature?

Chairs: Carla Lucente and Armand Singer

From Metrosexual to Metropolitan Hubris: Political, Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Anti-Urbanism

Chairs: Elena Mancini and Michael J. Thompson

Rupture in Narrative

Chair: Megan C. McShane

Women’s Narratives in American Ethnic Literature

Chair: Michaela Mudure

History and Hermeneutics: The Relationship between Identity and Values

Chair: Brayton Polka

Discontinuity and Fragmentation or/and Continuity and Cohesion in the Modern European Literature and the Arts

Chairs: Aurelia Roman and Prof. Taminaux

The Ancient Greek Democracy Ideal and its Relevance for European Identity

Chair: Nicos Shiafkalis

Islamic Art in the Europe of Today: A Frontier Zone between European and Asiatic Identity and Culture - Traditional and Modern

Chair: Svetlana Tchervonnaia

The Archetypal Roots of mythical Motifs and their Ubiquitous Regenerative Power in Music, Art and Literature

Chairs: Nina S. Tucci and Francesca D’Allessandro

The Failure of Grand Narrative in the Writings of European Thinkers in the 17th and 18th Centuries

Chair: Stanley Tweyman

Creativity, the Literary Arts, and Global Culture

Chairs: Eduardo Velásquez and Domnica Radulescu

Section V: Language, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion

Places, Narratives and lieux de mémoire: The Role of the
Past in the Present

Chair: Hans-Jakob Ĺgotnes

Subject and/as Metaphor: Strategic Performances of Identity

Chair: Stephen Barker

The Mystical Mind or How the Ethics of Wilderness Shaped European Identity

Chair: Theodor Damian

Memory, Radical Evil and Justice

Chair: Steven M. DeLue

Rationality and Religion: A Cultural Perspective

Chair: Yolanda Espińa

The Enduring Legacy of the Enlightenment Narrative: Positive and Negative Appraisals

Chair: Richard Findler

Developing Creativity and a Broad Mental Outlook in the Computer Age – CBMO-2006

Chair: Vladimir Fomichov

European Identity at the Crossroads: Philosophical Perspectives

Chair: David Freeman

Celebrities in the New Consumer Societies

Chair: Wieslaw Godzic

Religion Confronting Gender Equality

Chair: Kari Elisabeth Břrresen and Jan Erik Grindheim

The Vision of a United Europe since the Renaissance

Chair: Horst Jesse

After Secularism: A Roundtable Discussion

Chair: Emmet Kennedy

Nietzsche, Europe, Democracy

Chairs: Endre Kiss and Uschi Nussbaumer-Benz

Europeanism Beyond Secularism: Negotiating Democracy and Theocracy in Contemporary European Politics

Chair: Mika T. Luoma-aho

German Idealism and Modernity

Chair: Douglas Moggach

Ideals Today

Chair: Marianna Papastephanou and Joachim Duyndam

Language in a Changing World

Chair: Ruvik Rosenthal

The Sacred and the Profane: Narrative, and European Culture

Chairs: Ronald Schleifer and Russell Reising

The Politics of Culture in Arendt and Benjamin

Chair: Jules Simon

Socrates: Reason or Unreason as the Foundation of European Identity?

Chair: Ann Ward

The European and the Other: European Identity and the Stereotypification of the non-European

Chair: Line Alice Ytrehus

Conference Co-Chairs:

Henry Frendo

University of Malta

Dept of History, room 203, Humanities Building,

Msida campus

Msida MSD06

MALTA

Email: henry.frendo@um.edu.mt

Ezra Talmor
Kibbutz Nachshonim
D.N. Merkaz 73190
ISRAEL

Tel: +972-3-9386445
Fax: +972-3-938-6588

Email: ISSEI@nachshonim.org.il



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