[SydPhil] Perspective in Memory and Imagery workshop, Macquarie, May 9-11: full program and registration info

John Sutton john.sutton at mq.edu.au
Fri Apr 5 11:19:47 AEDT 2013

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*Point of View in Memory and Imagery: philosophical and psychological
perspectives on perspective*

Public Lecture and Workshop at Macquarie University, Thursday to Saturday,
May 9-11, 2013.
The full program is below. These events are free to attend, but please
register for the workshop by email to Chris McCarroll at
christopher.mccarroll at mq.edu.au

Background and select references at

There is a public lecture by our keynote speaker Lisa Libby at 5.30pm on
Thursday 9 May, in the Lecture Theatre on Level 1 of the new Australian
Hearing Hub building, University Avenue, Macquarie University. No
registration is required for this public lecture.

Then the workshop runs Friday-Saturday 10-11 May, in the Macquarie Graduate
School of Management (MGSM), 99 Talavera Road, room 103. The workshop is
free to attend on both days including lunch and coffee, but *registration
is required* by Monday 6 May for catering purposes. Please send your
registration details (name, affiliation, and 1- or 2-day attendance) to
Chris McCarroll: christopher.mccarroll at mq.edu.au . Directions and map links

The workshop is sponsored by CAVE (the Centre for Agency, Values, and
Ethics: http://cave.mq.edu.au/events/conferences_and_workshops/) and the
Department of Cognitive Science.

Other enquiries to the organizers: Catriona Mackenzie (Philosophy) and John
Sutton (Cognitive Science): catriona.mackenzie at mq.edu.au or
john.sutton at mq.edu.au


*Thursday 9 May *(Venue: Australian Hearing Hub Lecture Theatre, University
Avenue, Level 1)

5.30-7.00. *Keynote*: Lisa Libby (Psychology, Ohio State): *Picture
Yourself: how visual perspective** in mental imagery functions to connect
the personal past, present, and future*

7.00. Drinks Reception

*Friday 10 May *(Venue: Macquarie Graduate School of Management, 99
Talavera Road, room 103)

10.00-11.00. Michelle Moulds (Psychology, UNSW): *The role of visual
perspective in clinical disorders*

11.30-12.00. Celia Harris (Cognitive Science, MQ):*Visuospatial perspective
and constructive processes in autobiographical memory*

12.00-12.30. Ly Huynh (Psychology, UNSW): *Observer vantage perspective and
rumination:** understanding their relationship in depression*

12.30-1.00. Nora Mooren (Psychology, UNSW) *The role of vantage perspective
and self-discrepancy** underlying intrusion development*

1.45-2.30. Talia Morag (Philosophy, Sydney): ‘*Traumatization’ of memories
from 1st and 3rd person perspectives*

2.30-3.15. Patrick Stokes (Philosophy, Deakin): *Phenomenal contemporaneity
and visualization*

3.15-3.45. Daniela Helbig (History & Philosophy of Science, Sydney):*View
from the cockpit: test flying data and the production of pilot memory*

4.15-5.15. Tony Morris (Sport Science, Victoria University Melbourne):* How
can we examine the development of imagery perspectives?*

5.15-5.45. Kellie Williamson (Cognitive Science, MQ): *Visualization in
sport: new questions and puzzles*

*Saturday 11 May *(Venue: Macquarie Graduate School of Management, room 103)

9.30-10.30. Catriona Mackenzie (Philosophy, MQ): title tbc

11.00-11.45. Victoria McGeer (Philosophy, ANU/ Princeton): title tbc

11.45-12.15. Chris McCarroll (Cognitive Science, MQ):*The observer
perspective: what’s missing from two distinct views of the self*

12.15-12.45. Wendy Carlton (Philosophy, MQ): *Who do we take ourselves to
be?** Perspective and appropriation for narrative self-constitution*

1.30-2.15. Margherita Arcangeli (Institut Nicod, Paris):* Is imagining from
the inside just what you imagined?*

2.15-2.45. Alma Barner (Philosophy, ANU): *Observer memories and imaginings
from the outside*

2.45-3.15. Regina Fabry (Philosophy, Mainz & Cognitive Science, MQ): *How
text comprehension **influences phenomenal simulation: the case of
perspective-taking in personal memory*

3.45-4.45. John Sutton (Cognitive Science, MQ):* Switching and mixing: a
pluralist perspective on perspectives*

4.45-5.30. Commentaries by Dorothea Debus (Philosophy, York), Lisa Libby,
and final discussion

Macquarie Uni campus map:
On this map, the Australian Hearing Hub (venue for the Thursday evening
public lecture) is bottom centre (map reference S13-T15), a few minutes
walk from either Epping Road or the Macquarie University station. The
Macquarie Graduate School of Management (venue for the Friday-Saturday
workshop) is top right, F22-23. Sydney transport infoline for train and bus
routes and timetables: http://www.131500.com.au/

Updates including suggestions for accommodation options and abstracts for
the papers will appear on the conference websites in due course:
http://www.johnsutton.net/Perspective_Workshop.html and
Professor John Sutton
Deputy & Acting Head, Department of Cognitive Science
Macquarie University, Sydney,
NSW 2109, Australia
Phone: +61 (0)2 9850 4132
Email: john.sutton at mq.edu.au
URL: http://www.johnsutton.net/
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