CONF May 7, 2005

Beauty's appeal (Cambridge US, 27-28 May 05)

Patricia Trutty-Coohill

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF PHENOMENOLOGY, FINE ARTS AND AESTHETICS

10th ANNUAL CONFERENCE

BEAUTY'S APPEAL IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF STANDARDS FOR VALUATION

Place: Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Dates: May 27 and 28, 2005

TOPICS AND SPEAKERS
Listed in alphabetical order

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, World Phenomenology Institute

"BEAUTY WILL SAVE THE WORLD" - THE REVIVAL OF ROMANTIC THEORIES OF THE
SYMBOL IN PAVEL FLORENSKY'S WORKS
Clemena Antonova, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco

ART AFTER BEAUTY: VALUES BEFORE STANDARDS
John Baldacchino, Columbia University

VALUE IN MUSIC
Munir Beken, Siena College

THE SUBLIME APPEAL OF THE SUBLIMINAL: THE SHOWER SCENE IN ALFRED
HITCHCOCK'S "PSYCHO"
Ellen J. Burns, State University of New York, Albany

CHIASM: BEAUTY, THE INHERENT AESTHETIC OF PERCEPTION
Edward Carlos, The University of the South

HARMONIOUS BALANCE: THE ULTIMATE ESSENCE OF BEAUTY AND GOODNESS, A
CONFUCIAN VIEW
Tsung-I Dow, Boca Raton, Florida

Flute Concert
Laura Falzon-Baldacchino, New York

THE DRAWING PROCESS
Barbara Fugate, Independent Artist, Loudonville, New York

THE AESTHETICS OF POSSIBILITY
Maria Golaszewska, Jagiellonian University, Poland

BEYOND CAUSE AND EFFECT: BEAUTY, TRUTH, ALTERITY
Brian Grassom, Gray's School of Art, The Robert Gordon University, Great
Britain

THE WORK OF MEMORY AND IMAGINATION IN APPRECIATING THE BEAUTIFUL
Gabriel Hindin, Columbia University

LIVED WORDS REVISITED: EXPERIENCE AND EXISTENCE
Matti Itkonen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

ART AND AWARENESS
Jaimie Jandovitz, Emmanuel College

EROS/KALON/AGATHOS: LOVE, THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE GOOD
Lawrence Kimmel, Trinity University

EPISTEMOLOGY OF AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: CRITICIZING AND RECONSTRUCTING
KANT'S
AESTHETIC THEORIES OF GENIUS CREATIVITY AND JUDGMENT OF BEAUTY
Dan Nesher, University of Haifa, Israel

THE BEAUTY OF TRUTH: REFLECTIONS ON PHENOMENOLOGY AND SCIENCE
Arthur Piper, University of Nottingham, Great Britain

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY IN THE BOOK OF KELLS
Heather Pulliam, Western Kentucky University

BEAUTY AND TASTE IN HUME AND KANT
Victor Gerald Rivas, University of Puebla, Mexico

POLITICAL SYMBOLISM IN THE SAINT ANTOINE GATE, 1585-1670
William Roberts, Northwestern University, Illinois

BEAUTY'S APPEAL IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF STANDARDS FOR VALUATION
Basilio Rojo Ruiz, University of the Americas, Mexico

MINIMALIST ART: "LESS IS MORE" AND THE PARADOX OF BOREDOM
Diane G. Scillia, Kent State University

SHATTERING BEAUTY: RILKE'S AESTHETICS OF THE FRAGMENTARY
Max Statkiewicz, University of Wisconsin, Madison

ANESTHETIZATION OF AESTHETIC VALUES
Mariola Sulkowska, University of Silesia, Poland

BEAUTY AND FEELING IN PHENOMENOLOGY
Robert D. Sweeney, John Carroll University

AESTHETIC IMAGINATION AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO AN ESSENTIALIST APPROACH TO
VALUE
Hamish Thompson, East Tennessee University

WHEN THE GIVEN BECOMES THE CHOSEN
Patricia Trutty-Coohill, Siena College

"ACTION" IN THE CREATION OF BEAUTY
Chris Wallace, Glasgow, Scotland

THE RE-EMERGENCE OF BEAUTY IN CONTEMPORARY TECHNOLOGY
James Werner, Columbia University and Elena Stygian, Columbia University

Marlies Kronegger, President
Patricia Trutty-Coohill, Secretary General
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Program Coordinator

Patricia Trutty-Coohill, Ph.D.
Professor of Art History
Siena College
Loudonville NY 12211
ptruttysiena.edu
fax 518-782-6548
vox 518-782-2912

Reference:
CONF: Beauty's appeal (Cambridge US, 27-28 May 05). In: ArtHist.net, May 7, 2005 (accessed May 23, 2024), <https://arthist.net/archive/27238>.

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