Memory & Contemporary: Program | November 7, Tempe Campus

pre-symposium | Nov. 6-Tempe | Nov. 7-Tempe | Nov. 7-West | Nov. 8-Tempe | Nov. 8-West | post-symposium


Monday, November 7 | Tempe campus

8-8:30 | Memorial Union, Gold Room (207)
continental breakfast | speakers and invited guests

8:30-10:45 a.m. | Memorial Union, Gold Room (207)
Session III: Remembering the Future
moderator: Arthur Sabatini Division of Humanities, Arts & Cultural Studies | Arizona State University

Memory and Pain
Berel Lang Humanities | Trinity College

Afro-Jewish Reflections from Passover: Disaster, Trauma, and Memorializing the End of the World
Lewis R. Gordon Philosophy and Institute of Race and Social Thought | Temple University

Memory in the Face of the Other: Counter-Memorialization as Ethics over Art
Sarah Pessin Philosophy and Center for Judaic Studies | University of Denver

10:45-11:15 a.m.
break

11:15-1:30 p.m. | Memorial Union, Gold Room (207)
Session IV: Memory at War
moderator: Mark von Hagen School of Historical, Philosophical & Religious Studies | Arizona State University

The Influence of Heidegger on Psychoanalytic Trauma Theory in Light of Heidegger’s Nazism and the Suppression of Phenomenology
Marilyn Nissim-Sabat Philosophy, emeritus | Lewis University

Warped Memory: A History of Mourning for the Soviet Victims
Alexander Etkind Department of Slavonic Studies | University of Cambridge

Collective Memory, Remembering and Manic Reparation
Karl Figlio Center for Psychoanalytic Studies | University of Essex

1:30-2:30 p.m.
lunch | speakers and invited guests

2:30-4 p.m.
free time

4 p.m.
departure for West campus


pre-symposium | Nov. 6-Tempe | Nov. 7-Tempe | Nov. 7-West | Nov. 8-Tempe | Nov. 8-West | post-symposium