Curriculum Vitae

Eduardo José Barros de Abrantes Silva

Data da última atualização »Last update : 13/12/2017


Eduardo Abrantes. É doutorando de Filosofia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, previamente visitante na Universidade de Copenhaga, e actualmente na Universidade de Södertörn, Estocolmo, Suécia. Possui 2 capítulos de livros publicados. Possui 38 itens de produção técnica. Recebeu 1 prémio e/ou homenagem. É membro da Sociedade Nórdica de Fenomenologia. Actua na área de Filosofia, em particular Fenomenologia do Som e da Voz, tendo também desenvolvido investigação nas áreas de Curadoria, Performance e Artes Visuais, e Estudos Cinematográficos. Nas suas actividades profissionais interagiu com 8 colaboradores em co-autorias de trabalhos científicos. É também realizador de cinema documental, tendo obtido formação em realização no curso Gulbenkian_Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlin. ________________________________________________________ Eduardo Abrantes. Is a Philosophy PhD student at the New University of Lisbon, previously a visiting PhD student at the Center for Subjectivity Research at the University of Copenhagen, and currently at Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Has published 2 book chapters. Has 38 items of technical/academic production. Has received 1 award. Is member of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. His field of research is Phenomenology of Sound and Voice, having also worked in the areas of Curatorial Studies, Performance and Visual Arts, and Film Studies. In his professional activities has collaborated with 8 researchers in co-authorship of papers/lectures. He is also a documentary filmmaker, having completed the Gulbenkian_Deutsche Film und Fernsehakademie Berlin film directing course.


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Dados pessoais (Personal data)
Nome completo
Full name
Eduardo José Barros de Abrantes Silva
Nome em citações bibliográficas
Quoting name
Abrantes, Eduardo
Domínio científico de atuação
Scientific domain
Humanidades-Filosofia, Ética e Religião.
Humanidades-Artes.
Ciências Sociais-Ciências da Comunicação.
Ciências Sociais-Outras Ciências Sociais.
Humanidades-Línguas e Literaturas.
Humanidades-Outras Humanidades.
Endereço profissional
Professional address
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas
Av. de Berna, 26 C
Lisboa
1069-061 Lisboa
Portugal
Telefone: (+351)919146170
Correio electrónico: eabrantes@fcsh.unl.pt
Homepage: http://www.linkedin.com/in/eabrantes
Sexo
Gender
Masculino»Male




Graus Académicos (Academic Degrees)
2009-2016 Doutoramento
Phd
Filosofia (3 anos » years) .
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.

1999-2006 Licenciatura
Licentiate degree
Filosofia (4 anos » years) .
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.





Formação complementar ( studies)
2010-2010 Curso de curta duração
Short course
PhD Course: Phenomenology and Religious Life .
University of Copenhagen, Dinamarca.

2007-2007 Outros
Others
Realização Cinematográfica - Programa Criatividade e Criação Artística.
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Portugal.

2006-2006 Curso de curta duração
Short course
Masterclass Makoto Sato / Naomi Kawase - Contemporary Japanese Documentary.
Culturgest, Portugal.

2004-2004 Curso de curta duração
Short course
Workshop Post-production & editing - super8 format.
Lugar Comum - Portuguese Club of Arts and Ideas, Portugal.

2003-2003 Curso de curta duração
Short course
Workshop Technical Specifics in Video Documentary.
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.

2003-2003 Curso de curta duração
Short course
Video Workshop Assembly in Real Time - Arkaos 2.2.1 by Nicolas Ticot [Lyon].
Chapitô - Escola Profissional de Artes e Oficios do Espectáculo, Portugal.





Vínculos profissionais (Professional Positions)
Arkitekturmuseet Stockholm
Mar/2012-Actual Investigador Auxiliar

Södertörn University
Mar/2012-Actual Investigador Auxiliar

Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Out/2009-Actual Outra Situação

Universidade de Coimbra
Jun/2009-Actual Estagiário Investigador

Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Fev/2008-Actual Outra Situação

University of Copenhagen
Jan/2010-Fev/2012 Outra Situação

Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Jan/2008-Set/2009 Técnico Superior 2ª Classe

Council for International Educational Exchange
Ago/2007-Dez/2008 Técnico Superior Principal

Center for Icelandic Art
Jul/2005-Set/2005 Assistente de Investigação

Centro Cultural de Belém
Set/2003-Mar/2004 Outra Situação





Atividades de Investigação e Desenvolvimento (Research and Development activities)
Södertörn University
Mar/2012-Actual
Linhas de investigação»Research fields:


Phenomenology of Sound


Voice


Intersubjectivity


Performative Arts


Artistic Research


Acoustic Territory


Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Jun/2009-Actual
Linhas de investigação»Research fields:


Phenomenology


Aesthetics


Communication and Media Studies


Universidade de Coimbra
Jun/2009-Actual
Linhas de investigação»Research fields:


Ontology


Metaphysics




University of Copenhagen
Jan/2010-Fev/2012
Linhas de investigação»Research fields:


Phenomenology


Voice


Sound


Cognitive Science


Aesthetics




Center for Icelandic Art
Jul/2005-Set/2005
Linhas de investigação»Research fields:


Contemporary Art


Curatorial Studies






Atividades de Direção e Administração (Management and Administration activities)


Council for International Educational Exchange
Jul/2007-Dez/2008
- Resident Assistant






Atividades de Serviços técnicos especializados (Specialized technical services activities)


Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Ago/2007-Dez/2008
Serviço realizado»Executed service:

Resident Assistant CIEE Program






Linhas de Investigação (Research fields)
1. Phenomenology
2. Voice
3. Sound
4. Cognitive Science
5. Aesthetics
6. Phenomenology
7. Aesthetics
8. Communication and Media Studies
9. Ontology
10. Metaphysics
11. Contemporary Art
12. Curatorial Studies
13. Phenomenology of Sound
14. Voice
15. Intersubjectivity
16. Performative Arts
17. Artistic Research
18. Acoustic Territory




Projetos de Investigação (Research projects)
Participação como Investigador
Participation as Researcher
2012-2014
In Situ-Action (Playing the Space) - Resonance, Improvisation and Variations of Public Places-In Situ-Action (Playing the Space) - Resonance, Improvisation and Variations of Public Places
Referência do projeto»Project reference: 0.
Parceiro(s)»Partners: Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design; Centre de Recherche sur l'Espace Sonore et l'Environnement Urbain; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Financiador(es)»Funding: Vetenskapsr det - The Swedish Research Council; Arkitekturmuseet Stockholm; Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design.






Línguas (Languages)
Compreende
Understandig
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem), Italiano (Bem), Dinamarquês (Bem), Latim (Razoavelmente), Norueguês (Razoavelmente), Sueco (Bem).
Fala
Speaking
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem), Italiano (Pouco), Dinamarquês (Razoavelmente), Latim (Pouco), Norueguês (Razoavelmente), Sueco (Razoavelmente).

Reading
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Espanhol (Bem), Italiano (Bem), Dinamarquês (Bem), Latim (Razoavelmente), Norueguês (Razoavelmente), Sueco (Bem).
Escreve
Writing
Português (Bem), Inglês (Bem), Espanhol (Razoavelmente), Italiano (Pouco), Dinamarquês (Razoavelmente), Latim (Pouco), Norueguês (Razoavelmente), Sueco (Razoavelmente).




Prémios e títulos (Awards Prizes, and Honours)
2002 Nomeação Júri Jovem, Festival de Cinema de Cannes.




Membro de Associações Profissionais/Científicas (Professional/Scientific Association membership)
Ago/2009 - Actual Nordic Summer University, Membro.
Jan/2009 - Actual PSi Performance and Philosophy Workgroup, Membro.
Jun/2008 - Actual Nordic Society for Phenomenology, Membro.




Produção científica, técnica e artística/cultural (Scientific, technical and artistical/cultural production)
Capítulos de livros publicados
Published book chapters
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. 2015. On the Uses of the Voice: Sharing Through Resonance and Other Metaphors.  In Artistic Research - Strategies for Embodiment, ed. Christine Fentz & Tom McGuirk, 245 - 256. ISBN: 978-87-87564-95-3. Copenhagen, Denmark: NSU Press.
2. Abrantes, Eduardo. 2010. Twice Johanne, Once Juliet – Kierkegaard, and the phenomena of aesthetical/ethical convergence in theatre performance.  In Ethical Encounters: Boundaries of Theatre, Performance and Philosophy, ed. Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe and Daniel Watt, 163 - 173. ISBN: 1-4438-1695-7. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
The essays on dimensions of theatre ethics at the heart of contributions to this volume demonstrate how individual academics and theatre artists have thought about the ethical implications of theatre, and present the concepts and paradigms that have guided and influenced their thinking. They raise relevant issues and debate these in clearly defined, but not uniform ways—ways that have helped them to come to terms with the issues they raise. The reader may agree or disagree with individual authors or individual arguments. If such agreement or disagreement supports them to form and develop their own opinions and resultant actions, this book has served its purpose. This volume arises from the 2007 and 2008 TaPRA conferences and all of its essays, at one level or another, reflect upon what is possible within the environment of theatre. Possibility is one form of ethical engagement with the boundaries of philosophy and performance and reminds us of the inherently political aspect of any ethical question. So whilst the most obviously ethically oriented papers appear towards the end of the volume, in a separate section, let us bear in mind that throughout certain limits of representation will always be in question for any understanding of theatre.

3. Abrantes, Eduardo. 2003. Buster Keaton, The Navigator.  In Buster Keaton : catálogo de textos : programação cinematográfica 2002/2003, ed. Alberto Augusto Miranda, 15 - 22. . Lisboa: Fluviais.

Trabalhos completos/resumidos em eventos com arbitragem científica
Papers in conference proceedings with scientific refereeing
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. 2012. "Bounding and breaking — An inquiry on the voicing of acoustic territories", Trabalho apresentado em 2nd International Congress on Ambiances, In Ambiances in action / Ambiances en acte(s) - proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Ambiances, Montréal.
Ambiances in action | Ambiances en acte(s) Edited by | Sous la direction de Jean-Paul Thibaud & Daniel Siret International Ambiances Network | Réseau International Ambiances, 2012.


Textos em jornais ou revistas
Texts in newspapers or magazines
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. 01 fev. 2011. "Silent Light 2007 - Film Review" Filmint - Film International, 73 - 75.
Film International started in 1973 as Filmhäftet in Sweden and has through the years recruited contributors among the most distinguished scholars and journalists around the world. The last issue of Filmhäftet (no. 124) came out in November 2002. In 2003 the journal changed its name to Film International and became an all-English edition. Film International covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society. We address topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives. We wish to bridge the gap between the academy and the outside world, and encourage the participation of scholars from a variety of disciplines. Published by Intellect Books & Journals.

2. Abrantes, Eduardo. 05 mar. 2006. ""The Principle of Revelation", a review of Catherine Lupton (2005) Chris Marker: Memories of the Future" Film-Philosophy, 10.1, 1 - 14.
Film-Philosophy, 10.1, 2006 http://www.film-philosophy.com Volume 10, Number 1, 2006 Reanimating the Auteur Edited by David Sorfa, David Martin-Jones, and John Mullarkey.

3. Abrantes, Eduardo. 01 jun. 2004. "Brian Graham Interview" NUMEROMAGAZINE PORTUGAL Vol. II 01 Junho 2004, 35 - 39.
4. Abrantes, Eduardo. 01 jun. 2004. "Lydia Lunch Interview" NUMEROMAGAZINE PORTUGAL Vol. II 01 Junho 2004, 30 - 34.

Tradução
Translation
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. 2009. "MyStory - Democracy at Child Level". Copenhaga: Kulturopa. (Outra)



Apresentação oral de trabalho
Oral work presentation
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. On protest songs and the voice of intervention,Nordic Summer University Winter Session in Artistic Research,Reykjavík,2013 (Comunicação).
2. Abrantes, Eduardo. "The task of translating experience - on the phenomenological viability of documenting embodiment",Nordiskt Sommaruniversitet Vintersymposium - Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment,Helsinki, Finland,2012 (Conferência ou palestra).
3. Abrantes, Eduardo; Sand, Monica; Atienza, Ricardo; Lindh, My; Weiser, Anna E; Billström, Niklas. Playing the Space - Resonance, Improvisation and Variations of Public Places,Playing the Space - Resonance, Improvisation and Variations of Public Places,Grenoble, France,2012 (Seminário).
4. Abrantes, Eduardo. A voice as an art object? – an inquiry into the manifestation of presence in sound art and beyond ,Nordik 2012 - 10th International Meeting of the Nordic Committee of Art History,Stockholm,2012 (Comunicação).
5. Abrantes, Eduardo. A voice as a sound object? - a phenomenological inquiry into the acoustic manifestation of presence,What Are Artworks and How Do We Experience Them? - Winter Symposium,Aarhus,2012 (Comunicação).
The Center for Semiotics, Aarhus University announces its annual Winter Symposium, this year on the properties of aesthetic objects and the mechanisms involved in their cognition. The purpose of this conference is to investigate the multifarious aspects of the relation between an artwork (visual, literary, or musical) and its objective properties, the meaningful experience of it, and the cognitive skills and acts involved in the latter. Confirmed keynote speakers: Peer Bundgaard (Aarhus University) Anjan Chatterjee (University of Pennsylvania) Peter Dixon/Marisa Bortolussi (University of Alberta) John M. Kennedy (University of Toronto Scarborough) Jerrold Levinson (University of Maryland) Paul J. Locher (Montclair State University) Dominc Lopes (University of British Columbia) Raymond A. Mar (York University) Jeff Mitscherling (University of Guelph) Jean Petitot (CREA, Ecole Polytechnique) Barry Smith (State University of New York at Buffalo) Frederik Stjernfelt (Aarhus University) Kendall Walton (University of Michigan) Wolfgang Wildgen (Universität Bremen).

6. Abrantes, Eduardo. Bounding and breaking — An inquiry on the voicing of acoustic territories,2nd International Congress on Ambiances,Montréal,2012 (Comunicação).
The second International Congress on Ambiances is held under the aegis of the International Ambiances Network. The congress, organized every four years, is one of the network’s main events, an international gathering for researchers, artists and players engaged in analyzing the ambiance-related dimensions of the built environment and in the sensory construction of the contemporary world. Many approaches are at work in the field of architectural and urban ambiance, and these multiple contributions nurture its rich diversity. The International Congress on Ambiances aims to give voice to this activity, feeding on work exploring new forms of exchange between what is designed and what is experienced, between the measured and the qualified, the projected and the tested, the material and the immaterial. The Congress will be held for four days at the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), in Montreal, from 19 to 22 September 2012. It will seek to express advances in learning and new hypotheses proposed by the various disciplines and fields of activity which address the question of ambiances.

7. Abrantes, Eduardo. Mother, child and their “sound envelope” – a phenomenological inquiry on embodied awareness ,Phenomenology of Pregnancy and Drives – Erotic Intersubjectivity Conference,Stockholm, Sweden,2012 (Seminário).
Phenomenology of Pregnancy and Drives – Erotic Intersubjectivity Södertörn University, April 18-20 Stockholm, PA239 The conference is jointly organized by Nicholas Smith at the Department of Philosophy and Jonna Bornemark at the Center for Practical Knowledge, both at Södertörn University. As external co-organizers: Prof. Natalie Depraz at the University of Rouen, and Academy research fellow Sara Heinämaa at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. In 2007 Södertörn University hosted a previous conference on the Phenomenology of Eros, and in April 2011 we were also, together with the Helsinki Collegium, invited as co-organizers to the colloquium Variations sur l’Eros hosted by the University of Rouen.
8. Abrantes, Eduardo. On the uses of the voice – sharing through resonance and other metaphors,NSU Winter Symposium 2011 Conference, Study Circle 7: Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment,Aarhus,2011 (Comunicação).
Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Phenomenology, Artistic Research, Voice 2011 – 2011 “On the uses of the voice – sharing through resonance and other metaphors" Paper presentation. NSU Winter Symposium 2011 Conference, Study Circle 7: Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment (http://www.nsuweb.net) | Arkitektskolen Aarhus | Denmark | January 31- February 2, 2011.

9. Abrantes, Eduardo. Wandering with Voices – a phenomenological inquiry on the vocal experience of everydayness,Tuned City Tallinn 2011: Conference "Sonorities of Place",Tallinn, Estónia,2011 (Conferência ou palestra).
WANDERING WITH VOICES – A PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY ON THE VOCAL EXPERIENCE OF EVERYDAYNESS lecture by Eduardo Abrantes As sentient beings we are constantly immersed in a sonorous field. This field of sound is bound together with the objects, presences, events that occur to us, in us, that define identity and territory, through embodiment and beyond – somewhere between the intimate familiar other, and the strange foreign self. The uses of the voice are innumerable: you call, you are called, you express, resonate, find yourself affected, react, and even that all pervading inner voice, sometimes too loud to handle, rises, and so it goes… From the philosophical perspective, the voice, when not completely converted into speech by speech, has been hard to deal with. On the other hand, it has found itself at home in the contemporary interdisciplinary strategies of the Humanities. From sound studies to urban design, from the performing to the visual/plastic arts, from politics to neuroscience – its numerous revolving critical takes can leave one quite out of breath. In his recent work, Abrantes investigates a crossover between “Extended Mind Theory” (Clark & Chalmers, 1998) and “sound envelopes” or “sonorous skin ego” (Didier Anzieu, 1990), as a model for the notion of individuality in a surrounding world, where exchange is the rule. In the lecture “Wandering with Voices – a phenomenological inquiry on the vocal experience of everydayness”, Abrantes focuses on the potential of the actual voice in space and place, as a root of identity, consciousness and presence. appearance at Tuned City Social Acoustemologies: Listening / 09.07.11.

10. Abrantes, Eduardo. A voice as a sound object? - a phenomenological inquiry into the acoustic manifestation of presence ,The Sensuous Object Workshop,Copenhagen,2011 (Comunicação).
A voice as a sound object? A phenomenological inquiry into the acoustic manifestation of presence Eduardo Abrantes, PhD Candidate, New University of Lisbon and Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen What is a “sound object”? More acutely so, in what way does the adding of “sound” describe, question or challenge the notion – the multiple notions, actually – of what an object is? Can a voice be an example of a sound object? If so, how to describe it? And more importantly, what do we gain (and/or loose) in our understanding of what a voice is and means, if we experience it as a sound object? This cluster of questions departs from concerns taken up in my PhD research project, where I question the experience of the voice as presence in the context of phenomenology of sound. In other words, I start by supposing that the voice can be questioned from a philosophical perspective, as a worthy philosophical “problem”. I assume also that this perspective, informed by phenomenology, should aim for an holistic description that does not fall so easily into the trap of the traditional dual-divide of voice as speech – therefore, thought or meaningful language – and voice as acoustic event – physical/physiological sonorous manifestation, or simply put, a sound. Lastly, this method of questioning although departing from a philosophical background, is interdisciplinary both by nature and necessity, dealing with artistic experimentation in the fields of sound art, performance and field recording. .

11. Abrantes, Eduardo. Hand-sight: Kinaesthetic Perception Beyond Visual Categories,2011 CSGSA Conference, “Mind, Body, Cinema” ,San Francisco,2011 (Comunicação).
12. Abrantes, Eduardo. The pronoun performed, or, on how to make sense of things unsaid,NSU Summer Symposium 2011 Conference, Study Circle 7: Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment,Falsterbo, Sweden,2011 (Comunicação).
13. Abrantes, Eduardo. Insignificant Voices: The phenomenology of vocal improvisation and meaninglessness,Song, Stage & Screen V: Approaches to Voice in Music, Theatre & Film International Conference ,Winchester,2010 (Comunicação).
University of Winchester Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Phenomenology of Sound, Voice, Theatre, Performance “Insignificant Voices: The phenomenology of vocal improvisation and meaninglessness" Paper presentation in panel with Evangelia Rigaki (Trinity College, University of Dublin) and Carlo Zuccarini (Brunel University), chair: Yvon Bonenfant. Song, Stage & Screen V: Approaches to Voice in Music, Theatre & Film International Conference (www.songstagescreen.co.uk) | University of Winchester | UK | September 3-5, 2010.

14. Abrantes, Eduardo. Voicing Presence – The "Musical" in Transitional Public Spaces,SoundActs 2010 conference - Sound as Art - Sound in Culture. Sound in Theory - Sound in History,Aarhus,2010 (Comunicação).
Sound ACTs Sound as Art - Sound in Culture. Sound in Theory - Sound in History. Conference on Sound Studies. Aarhus University, Denmark. September 23–25, 2010. Stream 2: Room 116 Erik Christensen: Phenomenology as a tool for the description and analysis of sound and music Michael V. Butera: Excessive Audition and Acoustic Resolution Eduardo Abrantes: Voicing Presence ¿ the ¿Musical¿ in Transitional Public spaces Chair: Erik Steinskog .

15. Abrantes, Eduardo. Insignificant Voices - the Phenomenology of Vocal Improvisation and Meaninglessness,Sonorities - Festival of Contemporary Music - Two Thousand + Ten Symposium,Belfast,2010 (Comunicação).
Title: Insignificant Voices – the phenomenology of vocal improvisation and meaninglessness Author: Eduardo Abrantes | New University of Lisbon | Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen Abstract: In 1843, while discussing Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” in his text “The Immediate Erotic Stages or the Musical-Erotic”, the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard [1813-1855] states that “music always expresses the immediate in its immediacy”. Can this mysterious phrase be merely explained by the absence, at the time, of music recording techniques, meaning that music could only be experienced when played live, therefore unmediated? Or is there a deeper meaning, something that reflects on the very nature of the musical as a model for the experience of Time itself? If one considers Kierkegaard’s sentence literally, music seems never to be more immediate as when it is improvised. But what about vocal improvisation? Radical immediacy in vocal improvisation seems to rest in its ability to forego language altogether. To vocalize without meaning, to remain in actuality by deriving its unpredictability from nonsense itself. Examples abound: from the 9th century medieval Organum polyphonic choir to the 20th century scat singing in vocal jazz by the likes of Cab Calloway, Anita O’Day or Mel Torme; from contemporaries such as Meredith Monk’s extended vocal performativity, to Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser use of the thickness of accent and irregular metric in song, to the Icelandic Sigur Rós’ “hopelandic” harmonic gibberish. Borrowing from, among others, the French philosopher Vladimir Jankélévitch’s [1903-1985] contrasting notions of the unutterable and the ineffable in music’s expressivity, this paper focuses on the phenomena of the improvised voice – its relation to language, and its striving to transcend its boundaries, relating also dynamically with the experience of subjective temporal categories – the here and now of the resonating voice. .

16. Abrantes, Eduardo. Time to Spare and Dare – an inquiry on the phenomenology of temporal dynamics in artistic research,NSU Winter Symposium 2010 Conference, Study Circle 7: Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment,Gothenborg,2010 (Comunicação).
Göteborgs universitet Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Phenomenology, Artistic Research, Time, Leisure 2010 – 2010 (expected) “Time to Spare and Dare – an inquiry on the phenomenology of temporal dynamics in artistic research" Paper presentation in panel with Martin Søberg (Denmark), Barbro Rønning (Norway) and Fia Adler Sandblad (Sweden). NSU Winter Symposium 2010 Conference, Study Circle 7: Artistic Research – Strategies for Embodiment (http://www.nsuweb.net/wb/vinter) | Academy of Music and Drama, University of Gothenburg | Sweden | February 25-27, 2010.

17. Abrantes, Eduardo. Tying Vocal Chords – a phenomenological inquiry into the ‘fabric’ of the voice,6th European Meeting of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts,Riga, Latvia,2010 (Comunicação).
Rigas Ekonomikas Augstskola Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Phenomenology, Sound, Culture Studies “Tying Vocal Chords – a phenomenological inquiry into the ‘fabric’ of the voice” Paper presentation in panel with Niamh McDonnell (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich, Switzerland) and Arne Riekstins (Riga Technical University, Latvia. The 6th European Meeting of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts (http://www.e-text-textiles.lv/SLSAeu2010/home.htm) | The Stockholm School of Economics, Riga | Latvia | June 15-19, 2010.

18. Abrantes, Eduardo. The voice as vessel – acoustic uniqueness and the construction of the character in French film” ,4th Music and the Moving Image Conference,New York,2010 (Comunicação).
Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Musicology, Film Studies, Philosophy “The voice as vessel – acoustic uniqueness and the construction of the character in French film” Paper presentation. 4th Music and the Moving Image Conference (http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/scoring/conference/) | Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University | USA | May 21-23, 2010.

19. Abrantes, Eduardo. The task of translating experience: on the phenomenological viability of documenting embodiment,Between Bodies - emotion - sense - affect - The second Uppsala University Body/Embodiment Symposium,Uppsala,2010 (Comunicação).
Between Bodies -Sense•Emotion•Affect- November 18-19, 2010 Proposed programme: Thursday: 9-9.15 Welcome 9.15-10.45 Key Note 1 –Gamla Torget 6, Brusewitzsalen – Francoise Wemelsfelder 10.45-11.00 Coffee 11.00-12.30 Panel –Gamla Torget 6, Brusewitzsalen – Jami Weinstein & Ulrika Dahl 12.30-14.00 Lunch 14.00-15.30 Paper session I – Blåsenhus, 13:028 – Approaching sense affect and emotion Kirsti Salmi-Niklander - Emotions and bodily experiences in young men’s travel narratives in 19th and early 20th Century Finland Ingeborg Svensson – Affect and cultural analysis – how does it work? 15.30-16.00 Coffee 16.00-17.30 Paper session II – Blåsenhus, 13:028 – (re)Presenting affectivity Adam Brenthel – Bodily immersion and climate change visualizations Eduardo Abrantes – The task of translating experience: on the phenomenological viability of documenting embodiment Friday: 9.00-10.30 Key Note 2 – Blausenhus, Bertilhammeresalen – Myra Hird 10.30-11.00 Coffee 11.00-12.30 Paper session III – Blåsenhus, 13:028 – Normative boundaries: sense emotion affect and disabled embodiment Minae Inhara – The emotive body: physical disability, abjection, and ressentiment Denisa Butnaru – Bracketing the body – the ‘me skin’ and its phenomenological potential for literary disability studies 12.30-13.30 Lunch 13.30-15.00 Paper session IV – Blåsenhus, 13:028 – Challenging Flesh Maria Jönsson – To cause offence: disgust and discomfort in the reception of the writings of Kerstin Thorvall 1975-1991 Irina Poleshchuk – Unfolding flesh towards the other: Levinas’ perspective of maternity and the feminine 15.00-15.15 Coffee 15.15-16.45 Paper session V – Blåsenhus, 13:028 – Emotion and the unpredictable Rhys Evans – The Emotions of Motion: shared presence in the liminal when horses and riders jump Jutta Weber – Affective computing and emotional robots: resourcing emotion in technoscientific practices 16.45-17.30 Closing discussion.

20. Abrantes, Eduardo. The Task of Translating Experience – On the Phenomenological Viability of Documenting Embodiment,Embodiment, Intersubjectivity and Psychopathology - International Conference,Heidelberg,2010 (Poster).
Embodiment, Intersubjectivity and Psychopathology International Conference, University of Heidelberg 30 Sept.-2 Oct. 2010 During the last decade, the concept of embodiment has become a key paradigm of interdisciplinary approaches from the areas of philosophy, psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience. The body is no longer merely considered as an interesting input for the brain or mind. The new trend is to link embodiment, cognition and emotion in a deeper way, and this has particular repercussions for understanding our social engagements. This in turn has implications for psychopathology and psychotherapy, because embodied and intersubjective views on mental illness can offer new insights useful for diagnosis and remediation. The conference is aimed at creating an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas on the themes of embodiment, intersubjectivity and their role in psychopathology. It brings together worldwide experts from the fields of developmental psychology, philosophy, and psychopathology, in order to advance on some key questions for this research area, among them: What is embodied intersubjectivity? In how far is our relationships with others mediated by the body? What is the role that embodied intersubjectivity plays for the development of social cognition? How can mental illness be conceived from an embodied and enactive point of view? What is the use of the notion of embodiment for therapy and training? The conference is also intended to inaugurate the recently established Karl-Jaspers-Chair for Philosophical Foundations of Psychiatry at the University of Heidelberg. Main Speakers: Ezequiel Di Paolo, Matthew Ratcliffe, Beata Stawarska, Dan Zahavi (Philosophy) Peter and Jessica Hobson, Vasudevi Reddy, Colwyn Trevarthen, Ed Tronick (Developmental Psychology) Jonathan Cole, George Downing, Giovanni Stanghellini (Neurology, Psychology, Psychiatry).

21. Abrantes, Eduardo. DUMB AND STANDING - Voice on Stage and the Phenomenology of Interruption,Theatre Noise – The Sound of Performance International Conference,London,2009 (Comunicação).
Central School of Speech and Drama, U. of London Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Philosophy, Language, Performance Studies 2009 – 2009 “DUMB AND STANDING - Voice on Stage and the Phenomenology of Interruption" Panel presentation with Jill Dowse (University of Hull) and Alice Lagaay (Freie Universitat, Berlin), moderated by Katerina Moraitis (CSSD, University of London). Theatre Noise – The Sound of Performance International Conference (http://www.cssd.ac.uk/pages/theatre_noise_-_an_international_conference.html) | The Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London| UK | April 22-24, 2009.

22. Abrantes, Eduardo. Night Vision - mediated perception of invisibility,1st amber conference, amber'09 Art and Technology Festival,Istambul,2009 (Comunicação).
Istambul Modern Cinema Center Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Philosophy, Language, Performance Studies 2009 – 2009 “Night Vision - mediated perception of invisibility” Paper presentation. 1st amber conference, amber'09 Art and Technology Festival (http://www.amberconference.org/) | Istambul Modern Museum, Istambul | Turkey | November 7-8, 2009.

23. Abrantes, Eduardo. The voice as vessel – acoustic uniqueness and the construction of the character in French film,Screen Sounds: The Association for Studies in French Cinema Annual Conference ,London,2009 (Comunicação).
King's College London, U. of London Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Phenomenology, French Film Studies, Sound 2009 – 2009 “The voice as vessel – acoustic uniqueness and the construction of the character in French film" Panel presentation with Delphine Bénézet (Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, UCL) and David Heinemann (Middlesex University). Screen Sounds: The Association for Studies in French Cinema Annual Conference (http://www.ncl.ac.uk/crif/sfc/conference.htm) | King’s College, University of London| UK | April 14, 2009.

24. Abrantes, Eduardo. Time to Spare and Dare – an inquiry on the phenomenology of temporal dynamics in artistic research,1st Colloquium on Artistic Research in Performing Arts ,Helsinki,2009 (Comunicação).
Teatterikorkeakoulu - Teaterhögskolan Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Performance Arts, Phenomenology, Aesthetics/Ethics, Creative Practices 2009 – 2009 "Time to Spare and Dare – an inquiry on the phenomenology of temporal dynamics in artistic research" Paper presentation in panel with Tiina Jalkanen (Theatre Academy Helsinki, Finland) and Päivi Järviö (Sibelius Academy, Finland), moderated by Soili Hämäläinen (Theatre Academy Helsinki, Finland). 1st Colloquium on Artistic Research in Performing Arts (http://www.teak.fi/Tutkimus/carpa) | Theatre Academy, Helsinki | Finland | November 19-21, 2009.

25. Abrantes, Eduardo. Listening for the eruption – a philosophical approach to the role of voice in psychiatry, "Understanding Mental Disorders" 12th International Conference for Philosophy and Psychiatry,Lisbon,2009 (Comunicação).
Universidade de Lisboa Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations, Psychiatry, Phenomenology of Sound, Performing Arts 2009 – 2009 “Listening for the eruption – a philosophical approach to the role of voice in psychiatry" Paper presentation. "Understanding Mental Disorders" 12th International Conference for Philosophy and Psychiatry - International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry (http://www.12thphilosophy-psychiatry.com) | University of Lisbon | Portugal | October 22-24, 2009.

26. Abrantes, Eduardo. Sounding Things, Breathing Voices – The Phenomenology of Presence in Acoustic Phenomena,Philang 2009 - International Conference on Philosophy of Language and Linguistics ,Lódz,2009 (Comunicação).
Uniwersytet lódzki Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Philosophy, Language, Linguistics, Rhetorics, Phonology 2009 – 2009 “Sounding Things, Breathing Voices – The Phenomenology of Presence in Acoustic Phenomena" Panel presentation with Wojciech Majka (Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland) and Malgorzata Pytlas (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun). Philang 2009 - International Conference on Philosophy of Language and Linguistics (http://ia.uni.lodz.pl/linguistics/events/philang-2009) | University of Lódz | Poland | May 14-16, 2009.

27. Abrantes, Eduardo. Sounding Things, Breathing Voices – the phenomenology of presence in acoustic phenomena,Making and Thinking: Performance and Philosophy as Participation International Conference ,Aberystwyth,2009 (Comunicação).
University of Wales, Aberystwyth Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Philosophy, Performance Studies 2009 – 2009 “Sounding Things, Breathing Voices – the phenomenology of presence in acoustic phenomena" Panel presentation with Rachel Fensham (University of Surrey, UK) and P.A. Skantze (Roehampton University, UK), moderated by Heike Roms (Aberystwyth University, UK). Making and Thinking: Performance and Philosophy as Participation International Conference (http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/tfts/research/research-centres/cppr/making-and-thinking/) | University of Wales, Aberystwyth | UK | January 31, 2009.

28. Abrantes, Eduardo. The Bus Ride - the "Musical" in Transitional Public Spaces,Communications and Space/Place - 2nd Annual Postgraduate Conference,Leeds,2008 (Comunicação).
University of Leeds Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Philosophy, Film, Communications Studies, Musicology 2008 – 2008 “ The Bus Ride - the "Musical" in Transitional Public Spaces” Panel presentation with Emilia Barna and Melanie Rudig, chair: David Hesmondhalgh. Communications and Space/Place - 2nd Annual Postgraduate Conference http://ics.leeds.ac.uk/pgconf2008) | University of Leeds - Institute of Communications Studies | Leeds, UK | June 6, 2008.

29. Abrantes, Eduardo. NIGHT-COLORED-EYE: night vision in video or the mediated perception of invisibility,CHArt 24th Annual Conference "Seeing... Vision and Perception in a Digital Culture",London,2008 (Comunicação).
Birkbeck, U. of London Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Philosophy, Aesthetics, Phenomenology, Performance Arts, Film, Communication Studies 2008 – 2008 “NIGHT-COLORED-EYE: night vision in video or the mediated perception of invisibility” Panel presentation with David Crawford (Göteborg University, Sweden) and Simone Gristwood (Lancaster University, UK), moderated by Charlie Gere (CHArt, c/o Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London). CHArt 24th Annual Conference "Seeing... Vision and Perception in a Digital Culture" (http://www.chart.ac.uk/chart2008/index.html) | Birkbeck , University of London | UK | November 6-7, 2008.

30. Abrantes, Eduardo. Twice Johanne, Once Juliet – Kierkegaard, and the phenomena of aesthetical/ethical convergence in theatre performance,TaPRA - Theatre and Performance Research Association- 4th Annual Conference,Leeds,2008 (Comunicação).
University of Leeds Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Philosophy, Theatre, Performance Art, Aesthetics, Ethics 2008 – 2008 “Twice Johanne, Once Juliet – Kierkegaard, and the phenomena of aesthetical/ethical convergence in theatre performance” Panel presentation in the Philosophy and Theatre Workgroup, (Mark James Hamilton, Tony Fisher, James R. Hamilton, Valiallah Shali, Jeremy Ekberg, Andy Jordan, Wankwan Polachan, Cormac Power, Karoline Gritzner, Japhet Johnstone, Kathryn Brown, Eve Katsouraki and Stuart Grant) chairs: Daniel Meyer-Dinkgrafe, Daniel Watt. TaPRA - Theatre and Performance Research Association- 4th Annual Conference, www.tapra.org) | University of Leeds | Leeds, UK | September 3-5, 2008.

31. Abrantes, Eduardo. Too Long, Too Loud, Too Much – Synaesthetic Shock and Cruel Detail,Cine-Excess II Conference,London,2008 (Comunicação).
Brunel University Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Film Studies 2008 – 2008 “ Too Long, Too Loud, Too Much – Synaesthetic Shock and Cruel Detail” Panel presentation with Jamie Sexton (University of Wales, Aberystwyth), Thomas R. Britt (George Mason University), and Dean Lockwood & Emily Wilczek (University of Lincoln). Cine-Excess II Conference (http://www.cine-excess.co.uk/timetable.html) | ICA | London, UK | May 3, 2008.

32. Abrantes, Eduardo. Hand-Sight – Kinaesthetic Perception Beyond Visual Categories,1st International Conference on Kinaesthesia and Motion,Tampere,2008 (Comunicação).
Tampereen yliopisto Research | Articles, Papers and Presentations Aesthetics, Phenomenology, Performance Arts, Film 2008 – 2008 “Hand-Sight – Kinaesthetic Perception Beyond Visual Categories” Panel presentation with Päivi Järviö (Docmus Unit, Sibelius Academy), Erika Ruonakoski (Lahti University of Applied Sciences & University of Helsinki), moderated by Sara Heinämaa (University of Oslo). 1st International Conference on Kinaesthesia and Motion (http://www.kinaesthesia.fi) | University of Tampere | Tampere, Finland | October 3, 2008.

33. Abrantes, Eduardo. O Instante Cinematográfico,Colóquio Internacional “O cinema e as artes ou as artes no cinema”,Porto,2007 (Comunicação).
Apresentação: "O Instante Cinematográfico". Colóquio Internacional “O cinema e as artes ou as artes no cinema” Setembro 21, 2007 | ESAP - Escola Superior Artística do Porto.

Organização de evento
Event organization
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. Gazing at the Cityscape - New Media and the City,2005 (Conferência / Organização).
2. Abrantes, Eduardo. Luzboa - 1ªBienal de Luz de Lisboa,2004 (Festival / Curadoria).



Apresentação de obra artística
Artistical work presentation
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. Eu Amo Godard,2002 (Teatral).

Curso de curta duração
Short duration course
1. Abrantes, Eduardo; Carvalho, Francisca. Advanced Course in Visual Arts and in Photography - individual course,2009 (Outra).

Obra de artes visuais
Visual art production
1. Abrantes, Eduardo; Sand, Monica; Lindh, My; Weiser, Anna E; Atienza, Ricardo; Billström, Niklas. CERN Spelplats - Fältstudier Exhibition by Monica Sand,2012 (Outra).
2. Abrantes, Eduardo. O Lado B de A - Video/Performance Teatral,2010 (Vídeo).
3. Abrantes, Eduardo. A Lontra | The Otter,2008 (Cinema).
Synopsis: Before her first individual exhibition, a young artist unveils her drawings to her friend, the filmmaker. The work process, her visual sensibility and the categories of drawing - line, stain and mark - are assembled cinematographically in a intuitive manner. Her performative drawing, her theoretical stance, both are set in motion in a zoo - where uncanny and inspiring subjects roam untamed.

4. Abrantes, Eduardo. Wrap-A-Round,2007 (Cinema).

Outra produção artística/cultural
Other artistical/cultural production
1. Abrantes, Eduardo; Sand, Monica; Lindh, My; Billström, Niklas; Weiser, Anna E; Atienza, Ricardo. Playing the Space - Resonance, Improvisation and Variations of Public Places,2012.
2. Abrantes, Eduardo. Mind the Gap - Video Documentation,2010.
Ett konstlaboratorium i Stockholms tunnelbana 2010 Initiativtagare: Monica Sand, konstnär, lärare och forskare, Konstfack Ricardo Atienza, konstnär, lärare och forskare, Konstfack Anna Berglind, konstnär, lärare, Linköpings universitet My Lindh, konstnär, projektledare, Konstfack .
3. Abrantes, Eduardo; Paixão, Pedro. Eu Amo Godard,2002.





Dados Complementares (Additional data)


Participação em eventos
Event participation
Outro tipo de participação
Other kind of participation
1. “Mobilities / Sound / Urban ambiances” Interdisciplinary Research Seminar, 2011 (Seminário).
Nome do evento: “Mobilities / Sound / Urban ambiances” Interdisciplinary Research Seminar; Nome da Instituição: Konstfack (Sound Design Lab) | Arkitekturmuseet Stockholm; Cidade do evento: Stockholm / Konstfack (Sound Design Lab) | Arkitekturmuseet Stockholm.
“Mobilities / Sound / Urban ambiances” Interdisciplinary Research Seminar. (http://www.ambiances.net/index.php/en/events/257-mobilities-sound-urban-ambiances) | Konstfack (Sound Design Lab) and Arkitekturmuseet, Stockholm | Sweden | February 7- 9, 2011. * Research Day on mobile sonic ambiances, taking place on 8th February 2011 at the Arkitekturmuseet of Stockholm. Organization: Ricardo Atienza (Konstfack) & Damien Masson (Cresson). As part of a collaboration between Cresson laboratory (CNRS, France) and Konstfack (Sweden), and within the framework of International Ambiances Network, this one-day seminar addresses the interrelation between physical mobilities, sound environments and urban ambiances. Today, in a situation of "globalized mobility", we can go as far as to say that everyone, or at least every city-dweller, is 'on the move', using all kinds of means (walking, bicycling, driving, ‘metro-ing’, ‘train-ing’, and so on). In the other hand, this phenomenon makes the common urban space shifting from being considerable in terms of places to become remarkable in terms of places of (or for) movement (Urry, 2007). Focusing on the sonic experience of mobility and on the sound qualities of these new places of – and for – movement, this seminar brings together scientists (from differentiated fields: urban sociology, urban studies, psychology, acoustics), engineers, architects, and artists in order to address problems related to: - Sound-designing places of mobility beyond the unique issue of comfort, - The controversies of adding sound in public space (of mobility), - Understanding lived territories and practices from a sonic perspective. Such questions intend to encourage original discussions situated at the intersection of two growing fields of research (sonic studies, mobility studies). Therefore, this day aims much more at proposing new research perspectives (notably in terms of objects and methods), than at delivering closed results of study. .
2. Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind, 2010 (Simpósio).
Nome do evento: Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind; Nome da Instituição: Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen; Cidade do evento: Copenhagen / University of Copenhagen.
1 Center for Subjectivity Research: Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind August 23rd - 27th, 2010 August 23rd - 26th: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab (The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters) H.C. Andersens Boulevard 35 DK-1553 Copenhagen V August 27th: University of Copenhagen Room 22.0.11, Njalsgade 140-142 DK- 2300 Copenhagen S. Program Monday, Aug. 23rd 9:00-10:00: Registration Keynote Lecture: 10:00-10:45: The Time of the Self 10:45-11:00: Q & A 11:00-11:45: The Experiential Self: Objections and Clarifications 11:45-12:00: Q & A Dan Zahavi, Director; Center for Subjectivity Research, Professor; University of Copenhagen 12:00-13:00: Lunch Break Student Presentations: (Discussant: Dan Zahavi) 13:00-13:40: Recovering the Cartesian Subject: Self-Affection as Self-Awareness in the Phenomenology of Michel Henry Joseph M Rivera: University of Edinburgh 13:40-14:20: Can the Immunity Principle Embody the Minimal Self? Bo Starlit: University of Copenhagen 14:20-14:40: Coffee Break 14:40-15:20: The Role of Affects in the Constitution of “Pre-Reflective Self-Awareness Anna Bortolan: Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan 15:20-16:00: Normativity and the Self: An Investigation Following Korsgaard and Sartre Judith Wiener: University of Graz 2 Tuesday, Aug. 24th Keynote Lecture 10:00-11:30: Seeing meaning - Frege and Derrida on the Possibility and Limits of Husserlian Genetic Phenomenology 11:30-12:00: Q & A Hans Ruin, Professor of Philosophy, Södertörn University College 12:00-13:00: Lunch Break Student Presentations: (Discussant: Hans Ruin) 13:00-13:40: Where is Here? A Phenomenological Exploration Jasper Van de Vijver: University of Antwerp 19:00-21:00: Common Dinner Restaurant Ankara, Krystalgade 8-10, 1172 Kbh.K. Wednesday, Aug. 25th Keynote Lectures 9:00-9:45: Inter and Intra-subjectivity; Living Without Facial Expression 9:45-10:00: Q & A Jonathan Cole, Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology, Poole Hospital. Visiting Professor.
3. Art and Identity - Challenging Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives, 2010 (Conferência).
Nome do evento: Art and Identity - Challenging Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives; Nome da Instituição: Danish Society for Philosophy and Psychology; Cidade do evento: Copenhagen / Centre for Health and Society, University of Copenhagen.
Art and Identity Challenging Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives May 7-8, 2010 Two-day symposium organized by the Danish Society for Philosophy and Psychology in collaboration with the Departments of Philosophy and Psychology, University of Copenhagen. This symposium focuses on art in relation to questions of identity and self-development, and includes art's implications for philosophical and psychological traditions. Philosophy has often searched for the functions of art in rational and general systems, while psychology, with its more empirical nature and much shorter history, holds out the possibility of creating an aesthetics based upon actual, lived experience. Although many philosophers reject the reduction of art to its subjective potential for experience, philosophical aesthetics contains several assumptions about the psyche, both in relation to psychic structures as well as to psychic functions. Within scientific psychology, partly delimited as more of an empirical endeavor than philosophy, aesthetic experience has been granted much lesser import and has comprised less of psychology's self-identity. Accordingly, the central questions of this symposium are: How is art linked to identity and self-development, seen from philosophical and psychological perspectives? What are the borders for these fields of inquiry when it comes to experiences with art? And how can philosophy and psychology inform each other in this mutual quest for understanding the functions of art in relation to questions of identity and self-development? Speakers Ciarán Benson (University College Dublin), Andrew Bowie (University of London), Gerald Cupchik (University of Toronto), Judy Gammelgaard (University of Copenhagen), Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (Stanford University), Mark Johnson (University of Oregon). .
4. Anthony Steinbock: "Shame as Self-Revelation" , 2010 (Conferência).
Nome do evento: Anthony Steinbock: "Shame as Self-Revelation"; Nome da Instituição: Center for Subjectivity Research; Cidade do evento: Copenhagen / University of Copenhagen.
Anthony Steinbock: "Shame as Self-Revelation" "I treat shame as a fundamental personal emotion. Specifically, I describe shame as a self-revelatory, disjunctive experience as being exposed to another. I further characterize the temporality of shame as "presenting," and examine the negative valence peculiar to this experience. After developing its religious, moral, and philosophical implications, I delineate various modalities of shame." Anthony Steinbock is a Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, USA. His research interests are primarily contemporary German and French philosophy, especially, phenomenology and its development in thinkers like Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Scheler, Heidegger, Levinas, Derrida, Marion, Waldenfels, and Lefort. Thematically, he is interested in the intersection of phenomenology and social ontology, critical theory, and the philosophy of religion. Time: 2010-03-22 13.15 to 15.00 Place: CFS, University of Copenhagen, lecture room 25-5-11, Njalsgade 140-142, 5th floor. Organizer: CFS.
5. Phenomenology and Philosophy of Religion, 2010 (Workshop).
Nome do evento: Workshop: Phenomenology and Philosophy of Religion; Nome da Instituição: Center for Sujectivity Research; Cidade do evento: Copenhagen / University of Copenhagen.
6. International Symposium Aesthetics and Art Philosophy, 2003 (Simpósio).
Nome do evento: International Symposium Aesthetics and Art Philosophy; Nome da Instituição: Universidade de Lisboa; Cidade do evento: Lisboa / Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa.



Participação editorial em revistas
Magazine editorial participation
1. Abrantes, Eduardo. Numero Magazine Portugal, de 2004/06/01 até 2005/06/01, Função ou tipo de participação: Editor, Editora: Número - Arte e Cultura.







Indicadores de produção (Production indicators)

Total
Produção científica
Scientific production
9

Livros e capítulos
Books and book chapters
3
Capítulos de livros publicados
Published book chapters
3
Trabalhos em eventos
Papers in conference proceedings
1
Com arbitragem científica
With scientific refereeing
1
Textos em jornais ou revistas
Texts in journals or magazines
4
Revistas
Magazines
4
Outros tipos de produção científica
Other scientific production
1

Total
Produção técnica
Technical production
35

Outros tipos de produção técnica
Other technical production
35

Total
Produção artística/cultural
Artistical/cultural production
9



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