Institute for Culture and SocietyParticipation in activities in other centers and universities (March 2022)
ICS researchers and collaborators participated online and in person in activities organised by institutions in Belgium, Chile, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Panama, Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and Hungary.
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Creativity and Cultural Heritage
Loris de Nardi gave the lecture 'programs of study Históricos: cultura y sociedad en Chile y América Latina', invited by the University of Valparaíso, (18/3/2022, Valparaíso, Chile).
He also gave the discussion paper 'Estudio Comparado e Interdisciplinar de las Políticas Públicas de management del Riesgo de Desastres' at the framework of the activities of the Centro de programs of study Americanos of the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, (1403/2022, Viña del Mar, Chile).
Finally, she was speaker of the workshop'How to successfully apply for MSCA Postdoctoral Projects', organised by the Universidad Bernardo O'Higgins, (11/03/2022, Santiago de Chile, Chile).
Emotional culture and identity
Inés Olza attended the conference Hispánicas 2022, organised by the Eichstät-Ingoldstadt University. There he gave the discussion paper 'Emotion and cognition through conceptual metaphors in Spanish LE/L2' (11-12/03/2022, Eichstatt, Germany).
Ruth Breeze participated in the I International seminar room on speech on Twitter, organised by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia and the Generalitat de Valencia. His discussion paper was entitled 'Aggression in social average: An affective-discursive approach' (04/03/2022, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana).
Eleonora Esposito offered the lecture 'Cyberviolence against women and girls in the EU-27' at the framework of the ACF/SYNERGY Network Digital Dimension of Violence against Women Conference, organised by the Bodossaki Foundation (10/03/2022, Athens, Greece).
Sarali Gintsburg made a short stay at training thanks to the Erasmus+ Mobility Program of the European Commission. Specifically, she was at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church (21-25/3/2022, Budapest, Hungary).
Dámaso Izquierdo gave the discussion paper 'Hedges that may turn into boosters, and vice versa? Mitigating one's responsibility in potentially defamatory texts' at the congress 'Excessive Language in Public Discourse', organised by the University of Helsinki, (10-11/03/2022, Helsinki, Finland).
Education of Affectivity and Human Sexuality
Carlos Beltramo attended the seminar room 'Educating in Virtues: affections, stories and alliances for an excellent life', organised by the Francisco de Vitoria University (26-26/03/2022, Madrid, Spain).
Cristina López-del Burgo offered the discussion paper 'El cibercontrol en las relaciones de pareja' within the programme 'Expertos en Education sexual' of the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (24/03/2022, Madrid, Spain). Cristina also gave a course on 'Learning to love each other' at the Peñalba and Pinoalbar schools in Valladolid (11/03/2022, Valladolid, Spain).
José Ignacio Murillo y Francisco Güell spoke about 'Vulnerability and infertility' in the series of round tables 'Vulnerability, person and bioethics', organised by the Master's Degree in Bioethics of the Rey Juan Carlos University, with the sponsorship of the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation (24/03/2022, Madrid, Spain).
Javier Bernácer presented the International Centre for Neuroscience and Ethics (CINET) at the workshop 'Neuroscience and new technologies: present and future challenges' of the Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno Foundation (15/03/2022, Madrid, Spain).
Javier Bernácer and Javier Sánchez Cañizares gave talks at the XV conference of Pensamiento Católico. They spoke respectively on 'Neuroscience as part of an integrative anthropology' and 'Possibilities and limits of artificial intelligence'. The activity was organised by the high school Superior de programs of study Teológicos San Ildefonso (7-8/03/2022, Toledo, Spain).
José Manuel Muñoz He intervened in the discussion paper 'Neuroscience, Philosophy and rights' within the course 'Spaces of progression of neurosciences in law', organised by the School of Public Prosecutor of Salta (21/03/2022, Salta, Argentina). He also gave the discussion paper 'Neurotechnology and ICTs: towards an absolute integration?' at the conference 'Neuroscience and new technologies: present and future challenges', organised by the International Centre for Neuroscience and Ethics (CINET) (15/03/2022, Madrid, Spain).
Navarra Center for International Development
Raul Bajo offered the discussion paper 'Do mini-grids promote energy access? Quasi-experimental evidence from a nation-wide policy reform in Tanzania' at the annual congress of the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) at the University of Oxford (17/03/2022, Oxford, UK).
Jaime Millán gave a 'Development/Labor/Public Economics Seminar' under degree scroll 'What Matters in Cash Transfers: Labels, Constraints, or Size?'. The seminar room was organised by the department of Economics of the University of Texas at Austin (11/03/2022, Austin, USA).
Atlantes Global Observatory of Palliative Care
Eduardo Garralda presented the webinar 'Helping countries across Europe promote, develop and evaluate Palliative Care in Primary Health Care' organised by the EAPC-European Association for Palliative Care (23/03/2022, Vilvoorde, Belgium).
Álvaro d'Ors Chair
Álex Corona gave the discussion paper 'Derecho natural en San Pablo: ¿una posible interpretación estoica?' at the Foro de research Doctoral organised by the School de Derecho of the University of Valladolid (18/03/2022, Valladolid, Spain).
Mª Cruz Díaz De Terán participated in the virtual roundtable 'Women in innovation ecosystems' in the CECIAC Forum on the development of capacities for innovation, organised by the School of Industrial Engineering of the Technological University of Panama (24/03/2022, Panama City, Panama).