19–23 August 2019, Copenhagen, DPU, Denmark.
Measured lives: Theoretical psychology in an era of acceleration
This venue encourages scholars to engage in cutting-edge theoretical debates and exchange ideas on some of the main challenges and opportunities in contemporary psychology and society. With this theme on measured lives and acceleration, we wish to stimulate debate and reflection regarding values and forms of governance emerging from the ethos of acceleration and efficiency. Not only may this ethos play a role in inducing human suffering and in structuring that suffering as ‘new pathologies’ – it also seems obvious that manualisation and standardisation practices conflict with the complexity of human becoming, community and subjectivity in everyday life. We invite submissions relevant to the conference theme, but also welcome proposals on other topics in the field of theoretical psychology.
- Hartmut Rosa (Friedrich Schiller University)
- Ann Phoenix (University College London)
- Pablo Oyarzun (University of Chile)
- Paper presentation, symposia, panel discussion and posters
- For detailed information on submission of abstracts and formats, click here.
- For queries and questions, contact: email@example.com
- Call for papers, symposia and posters: 30 November 2018 and 01 February 2019
- Call for proposed panel discussions: 14 December 2018
- ISTP members attend the conference at a reduced rate. For information on becoming a member, click here.
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