Conference program

Monday, 13 August, 2018

18:30-20:00

Conference Opening Dinner

Tuesday, 14 August, 2018

10:00-11:00

1st Keynote address

Nicholas Burbules, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

11:00-11:45

Responses to 1st keynote address
I. Paul Smeyers, Gent University, Belgium

II. Hanan Alexander, University of Haifa, Israel

12:00 – 13:30

SYMPOSIUM

Affirming Education: Exercises in Articulation PART 1

Piotr Zamojski, Joris Vlieghe, Morten Timmermann Korsgaard, Stig Skov Mortensen, Oren Ergas, Lovisa Bergdahl , Elisabet Langmann, Stefano Oliverio , Itay Snir (discussant)

SYMPOSIUM

Caring in Education: Conceptions and Practices

Scherto Gill, Garrett Thomson, Richard Pring, Colleen McLaughlin

CONCURRENT PAPER SESSION

Chair: Barbara Thayer Bacon

The Principle of Hope and Education according to J. A. Comenius

Shinichi Sohma

Education for Forgiveness in the Context of Developing Prudence

Jarosław Horowski

CONCURRENT

PAPER SESSION

Chair: Renato Huarte

The Tragic Dimensions of Group Work: Josiah Royce and the problem of collaboration

Amy Shuffelton

Am I or can I be a citizen of the world? Examining the possibility of cosmopolitan-patriotic education in Israel

Eran Gusacov

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Sivane Hirsch

Notes on an Education of Exile and Departure

Mandy Fulford and Bianca Thoilliez

Relational Ontologies: Indigenous Examples

Barbara Thayer Bacon

Beyond the Skill Metaphor for Learning: Citizenship Education through the Pragmatist Lens of Habit

Gideon Dishon


14:30-16:00

SYMPOSIUM

Affirming Education: Exercises in Articulation PART 2

Piotr Zamojski, Joris Vlieghe, Morten Timmermann Korsgaard, Stig Skov Mortensen, Oren Ergas, Lovisa Bergdahl , Elisabet Langmann, Stefano Oliverio , Itay Snir (discussant)

SYMPOSIUM

Philosophy of Education: Tradition and Translation

Renato Huarte Cuéllar, Alexandra Peralta Verdiguel, Adriana Hernández Barocio

CONCURRENT PAPER SESSION

Chair: Amy Shuffelton

The philosophical challenges of critical peace education in the Palestinian-Israeli context

Roi Silberberg

Violence in schools: zero tolerance policies

Zdenko Kodelja

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Gideon Dishon

Enabling Identity: Presenting the Silenced Voices of Repressed Groups through Community of Philosophical Inquiry

Arie Kizel

Through the student’s eyes: How to analyze and respond to stories of educational harm and discomfort?

Aslaug Kristiansen & Åse Haraldstad

Problematizing teaching as a reflexive practice

Halvor Hoveid

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Orit Schwarz-Franco

Looking for truth in the stories of young deaf people; the imperfectability of narrative and translation.

John McCall

Radical disagreements: theory and practice

Rami Gudovitch

Recognizing the Deep Structure of Misunderstanding and its Importance

Yehuda Ben-Dor


Wednesday, 15 August, 2018

09:30- 10:30

2nd Keynote address
Ayman Agbaria, University of Haifa

10:30- 11:00

Response to 2nd key note address

Joris Vlieghe, The Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

11:30- 13:00

SYMPOSIUM

For Love of the World: Philosophy for Children, Human Flourishing and Post-critical Pedagogy

Jen Glaser, Stefano Oliverio, Melhem Bader, Asaf Qaddoumi

PhD WORKSHOP

Sharon Todd, Veli-Mikko Kauppi, Rowena Azada-Palacios; Liuying Flora Wei,

CONCURRENT PAPER SESSION

Chair: François Coppens

Fitting religious life into the life of schools

Bianca Thoilliez

Can Ethics Replace Religion in Schools? A Durkheimian view

Piotr Marek Kostyło

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Kai Horsthemke

Crowded deserts – deserted oases

Piotr Petrykowski

Teaching about Religion in a Pluralistic Society in an Intercultural Approach: the example of Quebec’s program of Ethics and Religious Culture

Sivane Hirsch

How Can Christian Love be Taught Using the ‘Spiritual Cinema’?

Jurate Baranova

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Hans Schildermans

The meaning of Buber and Freire for the current philosophical educational debate. Utopia, Education and Dialogue

Greet Masselink

Structural Violence in a School Setting: A Philosophical Discussion on Conflict Resolution

Alex Guilherme

The significance of care-ethics in a world of moral rules

Guy Pinku

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Tammy Harel Ben-Shahar

Imaginative Possibilities: Cultivating Moralised Compassion

Alison MacKenzie and Allen Thurston

What are the characteristics of wonder-full education?

Lynne Wolbert

Phenomenological insights of educators regarding values

Vita Venslovaitė

14:00-15:30

SYMPOSIUM

Education and Politics in Israel: Philosophical Reflections from an Israeli Perspective

Itay Snir, Tammy Shel, Ido Gideon & Adam Aboulafia

SYMPOSIUM

Contemporary Challenges for Global Citizenship Education

Johannes Drerup, Phillip D. Th. Knobloch, Abdulla Omaigan

CONCURRENT PAPER SESSION

Chair: Yotam Hotam

Education of moral beings: The distortion of Habermas’s empirical sources

Hanna-Maija Huhtala & Katariina Holma

Memory, truth and the radicalisation of knowledge: The biographies of Nazi perpetrator descendants and German history education

Katalin Morgan

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Greet Masselink

Take Care of Hope (And You Will Take Care of Inquiry): Rorty, Dewey and Post-critical pedagogy

Stefano Oliverio

Mathematics for the masses: Door-to-Door Missionaries of Math and Related Ideas

Daniel Helman

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Lovisa Bergdahl

Dialogue, Diversity, and Education

Charles Blattberg

Utopia and the Polish contemporary pedagogy

Rafał Włodarczyk

Historical refiguration and reconciliation. Ricoeur’s Pedagogy of Pardon implied on history textbooks

Brit Marie Hovland

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Oren Ergas

Contemporary Israeli Philosophy of Education: Pressing issues, major trends and practical implications in the multicultural construction of Israeli education

Nili Amit & Deborah Court

Facilitating moral complexity: Problematizing the army in Israeli high-school classes

Orit Schwarz-Franco

15:45- 17:15

SYMPOSIUM

Liberal education as a contribution to peace

François Coppens, Pascal Delhom, Claire Katz, Alkeline van Lenning

SYMPOSIUM

A place of Spirituality and Religion in Teaching and Learning Experience

Hanan Alexander, Rafal Godon, Jan Rutkowski and Eli Vinokur

CONCURRENT PAPER SESSION

Chair: Stefano Oliverio

Teaching towards Equity – Listening for the other

Marit Honerød Hoveid

Uncertainty and educational justice

Tal Gilead

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Piotr Zamojski

Thinking the university through the eyes of a cabinet of curiosity

Nancy Vansieleghem

On the importance of randomness and eccentric cases in education

Tone Kvernbekk

Bildung and Equality

Gad Marcus

WORK IN PROGRESS

Chair: Bianca Thoilliez

Sovereign education and emancipatory social science: Why K-12 schooling should not wait for a radical social change

Doron Yosef-Hassidim

Who is the ideal future teacher as portrayed in the social imaginary?

Tania Alonso Sainz

Elasticity, Affect and line of flight: teaching through multimodal combination

Lilija Duoblienė