THE INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHICAL SEMINAR

SÜDTIROL/ ALTO ADIGE (ITALY)

THE FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING

JULY 3-11, 2005

IPS XV (3-11 July 2005) - READING INTIMATE REVOLT

(THE POWERS AND LIMITS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS)

JULIA KRISTEVA

 

About the IPS

The International Philosophical Seminar (IPS), held each summer in the pleasant alpine atmosphere of Northern Italy, brings together a group of highly distinguished international scholars in philosophy and literary theory. The seminar provides a framework for thought in an unconstrained environment with a view toward an intensely rigorous exchange of ideas, philosophical views, and theories.

Directors
Hugh J. Silverman

 

Professor of Philosophy and Comparative Literature

Department of Philosophy

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11794-3750 USA

 

Tel.: +1-631- 331-4598

Tel/Fax (summer): +43-1-317-70-05

hugh.silverman@stonybrook.edu

Wilhelm S. Wurzer

Professor and Chair of Philosophy

Department of Philosophy

Duquesne University

Pittsburgh, PA 15282 USA

Tel.:+1- 412-396-6572

Fax: 412-396-5353

Wurzer@duq.edu

Seminar Location - HOTEL TIANES
Reservations
Herrn Konrad Goller
Hotel Tianes
1-39040 St. Michele/ Kastelruth / Castelrotto
Südtirol/ Alto Adige
Italy

e-mail: info@tianes.it

http://www.tianes.it/

TEL - + 39-0471-700097

FAX - + 39-0471-700017


Directions

 

click at the right for directions to the Hotel Tianes
Local links
 

 

 

IPS XV- PROGRAMME -->> 3-11 JULY 2005


READING JULIA KRISTEVA’S INTIMATE REVOLT

THE POWERS AND LIMITS OF PSYCHOANALYSIS


ARRIVALS - SUNDAY, 3 JULY 2005 / DEPARTURES -- MONDAY, 11 JULY 2005

All participants must arrive at the Hotel Tianes before 17:00 on Sunday 3 July 2005.

Arrivals at Bolzano train station no later than 16:30.

Contact the Hotel Tianes for pickups at Bolzano station.

Dinner will be at 19:00.


SEMINAR PROGRAMME


MONDAY

4 July 2005

10:00-12:00

to be announced

 

14:00-16:00

GERTRUDE POSTL (Philosophy, Suffolk Community College, Ammerman Campus, Selden, NY, USA)

Fantasy or Illusion: The Revolt of the Feminine?

 

16:30-18:30

KIMBERLY LEIGHTON (Philosophy, Mellon Humanities Fellow, Cornell University, and University of Dayton, OH, USA)

Inheriting Freedom: Bastard Subjects, Historical Bodies, and the Possibility of Revolt

 


TUESDAY

5 July 2005

10:00-12:00

TONY O’CONNOR (Philosophy, University College, Cork, IRELAND)

Theorizing Abjection Differently

 

14:00-16:00

PATRICK RONEY (Philosophy and Literature, Humanities Dept., Koç University, Istanbul, TURKEY)

The Duplicity of the Imaginary

 

16:30-18:30

GARY E. AYLESWORTH (Philosophy, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL, USA)

Narrating Revolt: Kristeva in Search of Time Reborn

 


WEDNESDAY

6 July 2005

Ausflug I


THURSDAY

7 July 2005

 

14:00-16:00

HUGH J. SILVERMAN (Philosophy, and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA)

The Limits of the Timeless

 

16:30-18:30

WILHELM S. WURZER (Philosophy, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

Freedom in Revolt

 


FRIDAY

8 July 2005

 

10:00-12:00

PETER GRATTON   (Philosophy, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, USA)         

What are Psychoanalysts for in a Destitute Time? Kristeva, Derrida, and Fanon on the Resistances of Psychoanalysis

 

14:00-16:00

THOMAS R. FLYNN (Philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA)

 Kristeva and Sartre: Imaging Consciousness as Paradigmatic

 

16:30-18:30

SILVIA BENSO (Philosophy, Siena College, Loudonville, NY, USA)

On the Work of Translation

 


 

SATURDAY

9 July 2005

Ausflug II


 

SUNDAY

10 July 2005

 

14:00-16:00

ROBERTO TERROSI (Aesthetics, University of Rome-II - Tor Vergata, Rome, ITALY)

Kristeva and the Surrealist Paradigm

 

16:30-18:30

SERGE TROTTEIN ( Théorie et Histoire de l’Esthétique, du Technique et des Arts, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique [CNRS], Villejuif, FRANCE)

Aesthetics as Revolt

 

19:30 BANQUET


MONDAY

11 July 2005

DEPARTURES