Society for Phenomenology of Religious Experience (SoPheRE) panel at the APA Pacific division annual meeting.
Friday April 9, 2021 11:30 – 2:30 P.M. Pacific Standard Time.
11:30 – 11:40
Introduction to the panel
Chair: Martin Nitsche
Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
11:40 – 12:10
The Sound Barrier of Religious Experience
University of Birmingham, UK
12:10 – 12:40
Music, Number, and Whole: On Husserlian Time-Consciousness and Du Fay’s Missa Se la face aye pale
Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center at Duquesne University, PA
12:40 – 13:10
Faith after the Self: Spoken Liturgy as a Calling into Question of the Self
Boston College, MA
13:10 – 13:40
The Gate of Inner Voice – Spiritual Emergency and Sound
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
13:40 – 14:10
Sonic and Aesthetic Healing as Religious Experience
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, WI
14:10 – 14:30
To participate register here: https://www.apaonline.org/event/2021pacific
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Sonic Aspects of Religious Experience: Phenomenological Investigations
Society for Phenomenology of Religious Experience (SoPheRE) panel at the APA Pacific division annual meeting in Portland, Oregon, from March 31st to April 3rd, 2021.
Panel organizer: Martin Nitsche (CAS Institute of Philosophy, Prague, CZ; Vice-President of SoPheRE) email@example.com
Phenomenology (as the philosophical method originated by Husserl) is based on the natural primacy of visual experience, therefore, when applied to religious experience, it focuses on religious imagination. Visual context leads not only to describing religious images, but impacts also the ways how phenomenology understands the sense in religion, religious language, etc. We, therefore, aim to investigate sonic phenomena of religious experience not only to elucidate them and enrich our understanding of religions, but also in order to rethink methodology of phenomenology of religious experience itself.
Within this framework, we intend to address among other:
– Phenomenological methodology: how it relates to sonic phenomena.
– Inter- and trans-disciplinarity of sonic research: phenomenology, musicology, psychology, neuroscience, and artistic research.
– Acoustic aspects of religious experience.
– Religious experience and silence.
– Rhythm and rhythmicity of religious experience.
– Music and its relation to religious experience.
– Religious soundscapes.
Please, send a short abstract of 20 min talks (200 words approx., incl. your name and affiliation) until October 6. Use this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org; add “Sonic Aspects of Religious Experience” to the subject-line. Notifications of acceptance will be sent until October 10.
All presenters must register for the Pacific Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association. It is possible that the meeting (and the panel) will be held remotely as an on-line conference (check https://www.apaonline.org/ for up-dates).