Kristeva Days 2009: A New Enlightenment ?

Julia Kristeva
Photo: John Foley/Opale

Date: 24 - 26 September
Location: Oslo University College

24.09. Strangers to Ourselves

Oslo University College, Pilestredet 35, PH170 Open seminar Chair: Eivind Engebretsen, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo University College

  • 0900-0930 Opening

    Tora Aasland, Minister of Research and Higher Education Brigitte Collet, French Ambassador in Norway Sissel Østberg, Rector, Oslo University College Jan F. Bernt, Chair of the Board of the Ludvig Holberg Memorial Fund

  • 0930-0940 The idea behind the Kristeva Days and presentation of Julia Kristeva

    Head of the Conference Commitee, Eivind Engebretsen

  • 0940-1040 Disability: Sensitise, Inform, Develop

    Julia Kristeva, Professor, Institut Universitaire de France.

  • 1040-1100 Commentary

    Berit Johnsen, Associate Professor, University of Oslo

  • 1110-1130 Pause

  • 1130-1230 A New Enlightenment: Revolutionizing the Way of Thinking about Handicap

    Charles Gardou, Professor, Université Lumière Lyon 2:

  • 1230-1400 Lunch

  • 1400-1700 Open seminar: Difference

    Chair: Per Solvang, Professor, Oslo University College

    • 1400-1420: Handicap, Dichotomy and Identity

      Jan Grue, Research fellow, Oslo University College

    • 1420-1440: Constructing Childhood in Child Protection Cases

      Liv Mette Gulbrandsen, Professor, Oslo University College

    • 1440-1500: Normalisation and the idea of «normal»

      Birgit Kirkebæk, Distinguished Professor, University of Oslo and University of Århus

    • 1500-1520: Pause

    • 1520-1540: Multiplicity and disability

      Joron Phil, Professor, Oslo University College

    • 1540-1600: Power relations in care - a different and changing power

      Kristin Heggen, Professor, University of Oslo

    • 1600- : Commentaries

      Julia Kristeva and Charles Gardou

 

25.09. The Idea of Europe

Oslo University College, Pilestredet 35, PH170 Open seminar Chair: Dag Jenssen, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo University College

  • 1000-1130 The Idea of Europe

    Julia Kristeva

  • 1130-1200 Commentary

    Ingeborg Owesen, Post-doctoral Research fellow, Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo

  • 1200-1300 Pause

  • 1300-1400 Strangers to Ourselves: Europe’s constitutive outside

    Iver Neumann, Professor, University of Oslo

  • 1400-1420 Musical Entertainment

  • 1420-1700 Open seminar: Europe

    Chair: Marit Haldar, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Oslo University College

    • 1420-1440: Genealogy of Feminism and the feminism of Ludvig Holberg

      Ingeborg Owesen, Post-doctoral Research fellow, Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo

    • 1440-1500: The Idea of Solidarity in Europe

      Steinar Stjernø, Professor, Oslo University College

    • 1500-1520: Force of Law – NATO in Europe and Europe in NATO

      Arild Linneberg, Professor, University of Bergen

    • 1520-1540: Pause

    • 1540-1600: Europe and Silence

      Irene Levin, Professor, Oslo University College

    • 1600-1620: Ethnicity and Religion: Gendered Citizenship in Multicultural Europe

      Beatrice Halsaa, Professor, Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo

    • 1620- Commentary by Julia Kristeva

 

26.09. The Feminine Genius

  • 0945-1100 Ibsen Museum

    Chair: Vice-rector Marit Aamodt Nielsen, University of Agder

  • 0945-1015: The inner room - gender in prison in Ibsens Hedda Gabler

    Birgitte Midttun, Reseach Fellow, Center of Ibsen Studies

  • 1015-1045: The Outer Room - Little Eyolf, Handicap and Death as Topos

    Halvor Hanisch, Reseach Fellow, Oslo University College

  • 1045-1100 Commentary by Julia Kristeva

  • 1100-1300 Lunch/Pause

  • 1300-1430 Round Table at the House of Literature: The Feminine Genius

    Julia Kristeva and the Norwegian writers Hanne Ørstavik and Vigdis Hjorth Chair: Birgitte H. Midttun