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30 May (Thursday)
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TimeRoomPanelTypeChairPresenters Paper Title Institution
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8:30HS 2Nature’s Strange Return
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Fitzgerald (C)FitzgeraldDesA city is not a parkCardiff University
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CallardFelicityNeuropsychoanalysis; or, the whisker-twitching rat supersedes the primal fatherBirkbeck Institute
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GiraudEvaEthology, psychology, and the “best biologies”: The persistence of the natural in more-than- human worlds.Keele University
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HollinGregWoodpeckers don’t play football: Modelling nature and culture in traumatic brain injuryLeeds University
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N.1.44Fake News Dogani MirsiniThe Fear of “Fake News” in Academic Discourse: A Post-analytic ApproachUniversity of Piraeus
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EvdokiaNoulaThe Fear of “Fake News” in Academic Discourse: A Post-analytic ApproachUniversity of Manchester
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HainschoThomasCalling the news fake. A concept analysis of “Fake News”Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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ReynoldsEric FlohrScreen-memory, Truth, and MethodEmory University
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V.1.01Joyce, Proust, Musil: Truth and Fiction
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BowenCharlieBloom’s Orgasm: The Eternal Return of Gerty MacDowellKatholieke Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
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MeesMartinPhilosophical inquiry from Nerval’s Nuits d’octobre to Deleuze’s Proust et les signesSaint-Louis University
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TurnerCharlesA moving carriage of similes: Robert Musil and the truth about love and other mattersUniversity of Warwick
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TurnerZeynep TalayA moving carriage of similes: Robert Musil and the truth about love and other mattersIstanbul Bilgi University
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V.1.03Posthumanism I
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CerveraFelipeArtaud in outer space: biosemiotics and post-planetary lifeLASALLE College of the Arts
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MertlitschKristinPosthuman Co-Existence Aspects of truth, fiction and knowledge in the times of posthumanismAlpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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RosenthalAdamThe Illusion of Immortality in BiotechTexas A&M University
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Tan Cera Y.J.The Prophylactic ApparatusNational University of Singapore
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V.1.04It’s a Fake: Truthful Fiction and Fictional Truth in MediaTH - PS <0830.5>Wieser (C)WieserMatthiasChairAlpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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BurtonJamesFabulation: Fiction as PoiesisGoldsmiths, University of London
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PeltzerAnjaThe Truth About Being Fake. A Case Study on the Ontological Status of Digital CultureUniversity of Trier
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PilipetsElenaFeels True: The Faketual Logic of Media Alert in the Context of Crisis Events. Also in Digital Capitalism session.Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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V.1.07Truth, Fiction, Literature I
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ChamberlainStephenTruth, Fiction and Narrative UnderstandingRockhurst University
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EngströmTimothyPolicing the Boundary: Philosophy, Fiction, & the role of GenreRochester Institute of Technology
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EsianuCorneliaThe Concept of the Ideal in Friedrich Schlegel’s Philosophical Anthropology
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MarsiliNeriDeception in Fiction University of Barcelona
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V.1.27Visual Arts
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ChengStephanieWandering through Time/through Anselm Kiefer: Art will Survive its RuinsConcordia University
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StablesWayneAction Time: Freud’s “The Moses of Michelangelo”University of the Witwatersrand
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TrotteinGwendolineTruth in SculptureBishop's University
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BohnCorneliaTemporality in Visual Art. 'Contemporary Art' and Eventbased Social TheoryUniversity of Vienna
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V.1.34Post-Truth
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BernalRosario PerezTruth, Fiction and Post-Truth in the Borgesian WorldsAutonomous University of the State of Mexico
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Cvar NinaTempor(e)alities of (Post)-Truth: (Post)-(Truth) and Contingences of Mediation of the RealErudio Business School
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BobnicRobertTempor(e)alities of (Post)-Truth: (Post)-(Truth) and Contingences of Mediation of the RealUniversity of Ljubljana
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De FreitasElizabethThe power of speculative fiction in a post-truth era: Defending science in the end-timesManchester Metropolitan University
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10:30Break
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10:40 HS APlenary: MalpasTH - PL <1040>
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12:10Lunch
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13:10HS 1Infrastructures of TruthTH - PS <1310.1>Vallee (C)ShieldsRobInfrastructures of Truth: Conviction, Testimonial Performance and Spaces of ConcernUniversity of Alberta
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ValleeMickeyChairAthabasca University
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HardyNicholasIntimacy, death and the destruction of (un)truth in Bataille’s limit experience.University of Alberta
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LozowyAndrikoHow we might liveUniversity of Alberta
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HS 2Neoliberal Illusions
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Bishop (C)GaneNickThe Soft Power of Nudge Economics: Choice Architecture and the New PaternalismUniversity of Warwick
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TerranovaTizianaThe Shape of the Social is the Network': Neoliberalism and Social Network GenealogiesUniversità degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale
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O.0.01Procedures of Truth
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CubittAngererMarie-LuiseAlgorithms and Affect, or: A Full VoidUniversität Potsdam
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Bösel BerndFake Parrhesia: The Courage of Truth and Its DiscontentsUniversität Potsdam
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CubittSeanAgainst Data: Truth in the Subjunctive. Also speaker for Animation session.Goldsmiths, University of London
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VäliahoPasiPractices of Speculation (ca. 1700)University of Oslo
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N.1.44The Fictions of FinanceTH - PS<1310.2>FrantzenFrantzenMikkel KrauseThe long goodbye to 1973 – finance and fiction in Paul Erdman’s The Billion Dollar Sure ThingUniversity of Copenhagen
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AndreasenTorstenFrom mastery to resignation – a possible periodisation of financialized subjectivityUniversity of Copenhagen
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JespersenEmma Sofie Brogaard Sensibility and semio-capitalism – a bodily experience of crisis in Ursula Andkjær Olsen’s KrisehæfterneUniversity of Copenhagen
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TygstrupFrederikSpeculation and the End of FictionUniversity of Copenhagen
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V.1.01Culture as Discourse While Practice as life
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JinHuiminCulture as Discourse While Practice as life: The Implications of Xi Jinping’s Concepts of “Contemporary Culture” and “Reality Culture” on Breaking the Mindset of China-West DichotomySichuan University
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YiXiaomingOn the Primitive Thinking as Source of Literature and Philosophy:
With Northrop Frye’s Critical Theory as an Example
Capital Normal University
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V.1.03Posthumanism II
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AmirIsabellaAlfred North Whitehead’s critical posthumanist understanding of metaphysical truths.University of Vienna
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GreerErinToward Augmented Realism?: Posthuman Protagonists and other Novel ProblemsThe University of Texas at Dallas
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JagodzinkiJanExploring the Cosmological Imaginary for a New Earth: Biomimesis, Biosensing and BioArtUniversity of Alberta
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KrawutschkeMatthiasEnhancement: The Improvement of Man as a Cultural Challenge
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V.1.04Nightmares of Philosophy
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deLireLuceliberal moderationIndependant Scholar and Artist
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deLireLucePink Totaliterianism Now!Independant Scholar and Artist
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Ancien RégimeWelcome to the future of complianceIndependant Scholar and Artist
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V.1.07Melancholy, Beauty, and Justice in Critical Theory
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ChowdhurySnehaPaul Celan and the Economy of Melancholy
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NegrinLlewellynBeauty and Truth: A fraught relationshipUniversity of Tasmania
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MoranBrendanLiterature as Miscreant Justice: Benjamin and Scholem debate Kafka’s LawUniversity of Calgary
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V.1.27materiality/immateriality
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HenricusRubensteinDianeBeyond the Paper PrincipleCornell University
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SlaterAveryTrace without Matter: Digital Inscription and the Post-Metaphysical Machine University of Toronto
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WijayaElizabethLevinas and the Cinema of Shadows and SubstitutionUniversity of Minnesota
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HenricusSorelleOusia and the Gram-MoleculeNational University of Singapore
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V.1.34Digital Capitalism I: Platforms, Control and Participation
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WinterKrotzFriedrichThe Twitter DisasterUniversity of Bremen
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PilipetsElenaThe Platformed Value of Attachment: Control, Participation and Affect on Tumblr. Also in Fake News Panel proposal.Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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ReichertRámon Technologies of Truth: Between Agency, Self-Control and SurveillanceUniversity of Vienna
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Z.0.01Logistics and Infrastructure: questions of ecology
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Lash (C)BrigstockeJulianA Hyena’s Laugh: Sand, Suspension, and Urban Landscapes of AuthorityCardiff University
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HainesSophieEmergent environments: time and transformation in a watershed management projectUniversity of Oxford
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HoyngRolienIn-formation: data and e-waste matterChinese University of Hong Kong
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LiuJiechenPower Politics and Infrastructure Participation: Electricity Contestation and Urbanisation in a Chinese Touristic TownGoldsmiths, University of London
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15:10Break
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15:20 HS APlenary: EldenTH - PL <1520>
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16:50Break
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17:00time : spirit : spectres
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Gabriel-Panteliadou
SophiaThe Spectrality of differential VisibilityIndependant Curator
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HS1Oladinni-AmbrosGerdaAspects of Time-Thinking with Hannah ArendtIndependant Philosopher
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Paul-HornInaArendt and Derrida on ForgivenessAlpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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HS 2Animation I
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TamariCubittSeanReal-time data animation. Goldsmiths, University of London
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DvorakTomasPhilosophical toys reconsidered Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU)
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HuhtamoErkkiMedia, Mobilities, and the Posthuman Challenge: Media Archaeological ConsiderationsUniversity of California, Los Angeles
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N.1.12Performance and Performativity
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HeydonJeffThe Precession of Membership: Performance, Demonstration and Belonging in Digital CriminalityWilfred Laurier University
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ViteEdgarThe Body Transfigured into Image: An Aesthetic Approach to Fictional Movement, Time, and Space in VideodanceUniversidad del Valle
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WieserMatthiasOn materiality and performativityAlpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
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N.1.44Philosophy-Truth-Interpretation: Mind, Body and Spirit in Shakespeare
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UotinenTimoLed by the nose: The Embodied Mind in Francis Bacon and OthelloRoyal Holloway, University of London)
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RajalaAnna IlonaTruth challenging fiction... Or vice versa? Dialectical reading of the case of the King in the car parkUniversity of Brighton
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HallSam GilchristAttack Dogs! Müntzer and Shakespeare as Theologians of RevolutionSam Gilchrist Hall
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V.1.01Bataille I: excess, myths and politics
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GallettiApicellaNicolaHegel’s death wish: dialectics of the excess in Georges Bataille’s fictional worksÉcole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
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MottaBrennanEugeneCrisis Calls for Opacity: Acéphale, Tiqqun and Beyond. (Indicated interest: Bataille. Conf fee waiver offered.)University of London Institute in Paris
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KennedyKevin“The Absence of Myth is also a Myth”: Truth, Illusion and the Modern Division between Art and ScienceUniversity of Paris II: Panthéon Assas
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V.1.03Digital Technologies
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ChiaJacquelineA Digital Lover’s Discourse: Finding Your True Love in Black MirrorYork University
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HubatschkeChristophOn the ‘Exactitude’ in AI: Machine Learning biases and the ‘poetic opacity’University of Vienna
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SansoneNicoleAlgorithmic Fantasy: A World Between Human and Technical Realism Goldsmiths, University of London
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ValleeMickeyEmbodiment in the data turn.Athabasca University
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V.1.04 Hospitality in Blurred Spaces
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ChenYanyunHospitality in blurred spaces—a case-study of Ming Poon’s Undressing RoomYale-NUS College
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FernandoJeremyRe: Reading Jeremy FernandoThe European Graduate School/ National University of Sinapore
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ChingLim LeeRapturous emergence: John Moriarty and the Nostos projectSingapore University of Social Sciences
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