SAVE THE DATE! The Human Mind Conference, 27-29 June 2017.
The Møller Centre, Cambridge.
These are exciting times to be studying the mind. The Human Mind Conference is an international, interdisciplinary event bringing together a wide range of experts from across the humanities and the cognitive sciences to discuss key aspects of mental life and experience. The event will provide a major statement of the current state of knowledge in the study of the mind, and it will identify future directions of research for the years to come. In dedicated sessions, speakers will discuss a number of topics centered around the following themes:
- The Conscious and the Unconscious: Perception, Attention and Memory
- The Human Agent: Intention, Agency and Embodiment
- Self and Other: Social Cognition, Intersubjectivity and Communication
- The Subject’s Point of View: Intentionality and Emotion
The Human Mind Conference is a collaboration between the New Directions in the Study of the Mind Project, University of Cambridge and The Human Mind Project, School of Advanced Study, University of London.
Scientific organization and registration:
Tim Crane (Cambridge)
Colin Blakemore (London)
Mattia Gallotti (London)
Chris Meyns (Cambridge)
Anna Hopkins (London)
Alexander Greenberg (Cambridge)
Everyone is welcome. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Information on how to register will appear on the conference website.
A call for posters for early career researchers and students will be launched soon.
Event hashtag: #humanmind2017
You can visit the homepage for the Human Mind Conference here.
The John Templeton Foundation
Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge
Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE)
School of Advanced Study, University of London