Fredrik Bajers Vej 5
P.O. Box 159 DK-9100 Aalborg
Phone: +45 9940 9940
The main aim of the course is to support course participants’ PhD projects by working with wonder-based or wonderinspired approaches to qualitative research, practice-based dialogue and action research. We will focus on the phenomenology of wonder, and different practices of wonder.
15.11.2017 kl. 00.00 - 17.11.2017 kl. 00.00
Reflection on the ontic and ontological dimension of wonder will be discussed as well as the different phenomenological and hermeneutical attitude and virtues that seems to call upon a sense of wonder. Each participant will get the opportunity to examine in what way they are understanding wonder and to find ‘traces of living wonder’ in their own writings. The course is intended to provide participants with insights and attitudes that will cultivate their capacity or readiness in what Gadamer describes as moving into ‘the open’. And by doing that hopefully also the participants’ ability to ‘thinking-through-wonderment’on their empirical as well as theoretical studies.
The course is designed to help to answer complex questions such as the following:
The course will be organised along lectures, dialogues and interactivity through workshops.
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HCCI-doctoral research programme, Department of Communication and Psychology
Aalborg University, Aalborg
29.09.2017 at 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM
Seminar on animation and visual research dissemination. Learning from state-of-the-art case-studies and ongoing research projects, we will discuss how 2D and 3D-visualisation and animation, narrative structures, and levels of temporal information can be combined in functional animation e.g. for educational or didactic purposes, or in the presentation or development of scientific material.
29.09.2017 at 09.00 AM - 05.30 PM
This workshop brings together scholars from philosophy and history of science to help shed light on epistemological and historical cases of ‘evidence-based’ (or ‘informed’) policy and policymaking.
04.10.2017 at 04.30 PM - 06.15 PM
Jonathan Israel has recently published "The Expanding Blaze" where he investigates the intricate relation of the American Revolution to the Enlightenment tradition - and analyzes the international repercussions of that revolution.