Full Program - A. Y. 2022-2023

The PhenoLab activities will start on October 25th 2022.

Every meeting will last from 16.45 to 18.15 CET.
Lectures and discussions will be held in English.

For any query or information, and to receive the Zoom link please contact phenolab2019@gmail.com


For this year, the PhenoLab activities will be divided in four types:

I. Thematic group: the aim of this activity is to discuss cardinal themes related to mental health and phenomenology

II. Academic Lectures: scheduled once a month, a keynote speaker will be invited to present his/her work followed by a discussion

III. Encountering mental health professionals: scheduled once a month, a professional in the field of mental health will be invited to share how he/she handles with pragmatical issues in their practice, in order to show how phenomenology may be empirically helpful in daily practices.

IV. Applying Phenomenology: scheduled once a month the aim of this activity is to provide some pedagogical orientations in exercising phenomenology 


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25 October
Academic Lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Francesca Brencio (University of Seville, Spain)
From digital medicine to embodied care

8 November
Encountering Mental Health Professionals
Speaker: Dr. Prisca Bauer (Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Germany)
Epileptic seizures as limit situations

22 November
Academic lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Sanneke de Haan (Tilburg University, The Netherlands)
Self-illness ambiguity for people with recurrent depressions - Preliminary findings from an interview study

6 December
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. James Morley (Ramapo College Of New Jersey, USA)
Teaching and learning phenomenology across disciplines

20 December
Thematic Group
Speaker: Dr. Clara Humpston (University of York, UK)
Paradoxes and ontologically impossible experiences in schizophrenia


Christmas Break



Gustav Klimt, The Tree of Life (1909)



10 January
Encountering Mental Health Professional
Speaker: Dr. Cecilia Maria Esposito (University of Milano, Italy)
The phenomenological approach in clinical practice: overcoming stigma and diagnosis for a conception of hysteria as an existential position

24 January
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Magnus Englander (Malmo University, Sweden)
A Phenomenologically Based Empathy Training

7 February
Thematic group
Speaker: Dr. Ragna Winniewski (University of Cologne, Germany)
Entangled senses and the affective self: Why kinaesthesia and synaesthesia matter for the lived body in dementia

21 February
Thematic group
Speaker: Dr. Erik Norman Dzwiza-Ohlsen (University of Cologne, Germany)
Phenomenological Psychopathology of Dementia: A Forgotten Task?

7 March
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Scott Churchill (University of Dallas, USA)
Doing Psychology Phenomenologically

28 March
Academic Lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Fuchs (Heidelberg University, Germany)
The intercorporeality of touch


Easter Break


18 April
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Susi Ferrarello ( California State University East Bay, USA)
Phenomenology and Philosophical Counselling

9 May
Academic Lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Shaun Gallagher (University of Memphis, USA)
Disorders of the self-pattern

30 May
Encountering Mental Health Professional
Speaker: Dr. Manuel Reyes (University of Chile, Chile)
"You should see patients!" On learning and teaching psychopathology

6 June
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Claire Petitmengin (Archives Husserl, Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris, France)
Exploring the microdynamics of lived experience through micro-phenomenology

29 June
Academic Lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Francesca Michelini (University of Kassel, Germany)
Plessner and Enactivism

4 July
Applying Phenomenology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Natalie Depraz (University of Rouen, France)
Why epochè is crucial in the practice of phenomenology?

25 July
Academic Lecture
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Francesca Brencio (University of Seville, Spain)
Deciphering intersubjectivity in the context of the prescription of drugs

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