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FECHA/DATE/DATA: 13-14-15/12/2018


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Leiden (Leiden, Netherlands)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE:Dr. Luuk Huitink (Classics department, University of Leiden); Prof. Ineke Sluiter (Classics Department, University of Leiden); Dr. Vlad Glăveanu (Department of Psychology and Counseling, Webster University Geneva). Anchoring Innovation; Oikos.


INFO: web - l.huitink@hum.leidenuniv.nl ; i.sluiter@hum.leidenuniv.nl ; glaveanu@webster.ch


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Those who wish to attend are advised that Leiden is quite busy around the days of the event. So, in case you need a hotel, it is useful to book sooner rather than later. We have also taken out options on a number of rooms in various hotels, some of which offer special prices for university events. I list them here for your convenience; if you do decide to book a room in one of them, please do mention the ‘Anchoring Innovation Programme’and ‘Leiden University’ when you do. There are, of course, also other options, and we could further advise you if you need help.


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PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: Aquí/here/qui

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13

Registration from 12:30

1:00-1:15 Ineke Sluiter and Luuk Huitink (Leiden University): Welcome and Introduction


KEYNOTE

1:15-2:15 Douglas Cairns (University of Edinburgh): Emotional Contagion, Empathy, and Sympathy as Responses to Verbal and Visual Narratives: Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues


Panel I: Conceptualizations

2:35-3:20 Paula Castro (ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon): Reading social psychology with Sophocles’ Antigone — and vice-versa

3:20-4:05 David Konstan (New York University): How the ancient world learned to sin


Panel II: Character

4:25-4:35 Introduction by Gordon Sammut, senior lecturer in social psychology at the University of Malta and visiting fellow at the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics

4:35-5:20 Sheila (Bridget) Murnaghan (University of Pennsylvania): Anchoring the self: time and character in Sophoclean tragedy

5:20-6:05 Evert van Emde Boas (University of Oxford): Individuals or types? Ancient criticism and modern socio-cognitive psychology on characterization in Greek tragedy

6:05-6:15 discussion by Gordon Sammut


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14

Panel III: Social Groups

9:00-9:10 introduction by Gordon Sammut, senior lecturer in social psychology at the University of Malta and visiting fellow at the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics

9:10-9:55 Xenia Makri (University of Cyprus): A social psychological reading of Aristophanes’ Birds

9:55-10:40 Vichi Ciocani (Babes-Bolyai University): Women’s attitudes towards marriage in Greek literature

10:40-10:50 discussion by Gordon Sammut


Panel IV: Narratives

11:10-11:20 Introduction by Max van Duijn, Assistant Professor at Leiden Science and the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Sciences

11:20-12:05 Sarah-Helena Van den Brande (Ghent University): Folk psychology and narrative sense making in ancient Greek tragedy

12:05-12:50 Jacqueline Klooster (Groningen University): Anchoring coincidences in the brain: a cognitive approach to the problem of Euripidean coincidence plots

12:50-1 discussion by Max van Duijn


Panel V: Meaning Making in Religion

2:00-2:10 Introduction by Sandra Jovchelovitch, Professor of social psychology and Director of the MSc in social and cultural Psychology, London School of Economics

2:10-2:55 Michiel van Veldhuizen (Brown University): God, Google and Greek oracles: divine minds in Herodotus’ Histories

2:55-3:40 Thomas Martin (College of the Holy Cross): Learning to live with religious innovation as a political community: deification and cognitive dissonance in Hellenistic Athens

3:40-3:50 discussion by Sandra Jovchelovitch


Panel VI: Crowds

4:10-4:20 Introduction by Sandra Jovchelovitch, Professor of social psychology and Director of the MSc in social and cultural Psychology, London School of Economics

4:20-5:05 Alexander Hardwick (University of Oxford): Innovation, crowd psychology and the comic demos

5:05-5:50 Daniëlle Slootjes (Utrecht University): Representations of crowds in ancient Rome: Livy and the voice of the people

5:50-6:00 discussion by Sandra Jovchelovitch


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15

Panel VII: Cognition

10:10-10:20 Introduction by Vlad Glaveanu, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology and Professional Counseling at Webster University, Geneva

10:20-11:05 Ralph Rosen (University of Pennsylvania): Cognitive and ethological approaches to ancient satire: reconceptualizing the laughter of derision

11:05-11:50 Felix Budelmann (University of Oxford): Psychological approaches to notions of the present in ancient Greece

11:50-12:00 discussion by Vlad Glaveanu


Panel VIII: Imagination

1:00-1:10 Introduction by Vlad Glaveanu, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology and Professional Counseling at Webster University, Geneva.

1:10-1:55 Anne-Sophie Noel (ENS Lyon – UMR HiSoMA): Characters playing ‘as-if’: cognition and counterfactual imagination in Greek tragedy

1:55-2:40 Efsthatia Athanasopoulou (University of Patras): Anchoring cultural objects in the ancient Greek imagination

2:40-2:50 discussion by Vlad Glaveanu


Panel IX: Innovation and Learning

3:10-3:20 Introduction by Eveline Crone, Professor of neurocognitive developmental psychology, Leiden University

3:20-4:05 Karen Bassi (University of California Santa Cruz): Eschatology and innovation in Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus

4:05-4:50 Eveline Crone and Luuk Huitink (Leiden University): Cyrus’ Learning Curve


4:50-5:00 Ineke Sluiter (Leiden University): Closing remarks (followed by plenary discussion till 5:30 at the latest)


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