The Imagining Technologies for Disability Futures Project will sponsor a special panel on ‘Phenomenology, Disability and Technology’ for the British Society for Phenomenology’s Annual Conference 2022, from Tuesday 30th August – Thursday 1st September. The theme for the conference follows up on the 2020 online conference, and will be “Engaged Phenomenology II: Explorations of Embodiment, Emotions and Sociality”.
You can follow this link to follow this link to watch Luna Dolezal and Jessie Stanier introduce and discuss this year’s conference.
> Prof. Alia Al-Saji, associate professor of philosophy, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
> Prof. Giovanna Colombetti, professor of philosophy, University of Exeter, UK.
> Dr Ullrich Haase, principal lecturer in philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
We’re delighted to announce the paper titles for the “Phenomenology, Disability and Technology” Panel:
- Anna Bortolan (Swansea University) – Healing Online? Anxiety and Emotion Regulation in Pandemic Experience
- Adam Davidson (University of South Florida) – Broken rhythms: a walk, a wheelchair, and disability discoveries
- Rhona J Flynn and Martin Huth (University of Vienna and Messerli Research Institute Vienna) – The Normate Body Schema and Assistive Technology: What Merleau-Ponty gets wrong about the ‘blind man’s cane’
- Pat McConville (Monash Bioethics Centre) – Phenomenology and Artificial Hearts: Three scales of temporal change
- Lisanne Meinen (University of Antwerpen) – Toward Attunement: Engaging with Neurodivergent Experiences through Videogames
- Maksim Miroshnichenko (Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University) – The Painful Incorporation: Hybrid Intercorporeality in the Case of Dialysis and Chronic Kidney Disease
- Chiara Montalti (University of Florence) – Desire and Affective Ties in/through Technological Encounters
- Jana van Grunsven (Delft University of Technology) – Reimagining Embodied Well-Being: Quasi-Cartesianism, Crip Technoscience & 4E Cognition