All sessions take place in the Music Building.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

8:30–9:00 REGISTRATION


9:00–10:50 SESSION 1

ARTS AND ETHICAL DEVELOPMENT

Room 210

  • Kevin Schut | When is taking over the world not taking over the world? A consideration of video games, frames, choice, narrative and ethics
  • Margaret I. Hughes | What is Wrong with ‘Baby Mozart’: A Virtue Ethics Critique
  • Solomon Guhl-Miller | Wagner’s Ring as an Explicitly Moral Artwork: The Conception of the Ideal Aesthetic Experience and its Bringing about of Moral Development

ARTS, ETHICS, AND PHILOSOPHY 1

Room 201
  • Gerad Gentry | Art and Philosophy the Co-constitutive Source of Ethics
  • Lucy Liu | Narrativity and the Possibility of Ethical Knowledge in Schopenhauer’s Philosophy of Absolute Music
  • James Mollison | Interpreting Bacon and Bataille: Toward an Ethic of Self Sacrifice

10:50–11:10 BREAK


11:10–12:15 KEYNOTE 1

Room 210


12:15–1:15 LUNCH


1:15–2:25 SESSION 2

THEATRE AND ETHICS

Room 210
  • Leslie O’Dell | This thing of darkness I acknowledge mine: ethical considerations when good actors play bad characters
  • Cordula Quint | Intersubjective Illuminations at the Théâtre du Soleil: Spontaneous Communitas and the ethical challenge of Le Dernier Caravansérail and Les Ėphémères

ADORNO

Room 201


2:25–2:45 BREAK


2:45–4:30 SESSION 3

POWER AND VIOLENCE

Room 210

NON-WESTERN ARTS AND ETHICS

Room 201

  • Félix Vázquez | Juan Gelman and the Ethical Expenditure
  • Rita Saldanha | Construction of Ethics in Kesar: A Non-Western Epic
  • Ryan Stander | Enduring Witness: Los Desaparecidos (The Disappeared) as Metzian “Dangerous Memories”

7:30 KEYNOTE 2

Northwest Building Auditorium

  • Terrence Lindvall | The Mocking of God: A History, Theology, and Ethics of Christian Satire

Ned Vankevich - respondent


Friday, October 19, 2012

9:00–10:50 SESSION 4

BETWEEN ARTS AND ETHICS

Room 210

  • Brian Rush | Encounter Engineering: Strategies and Questions from a Participatory Practice
  • Erica Grimm | Skin Boats: ‘Ethics and Aesthetics are One’
  • Stewart Brett | The In-Between Space of Artistic Creation and Relational Ethics: Postmodern Authorship as Ethical Praxis in the Work of Mikhail Bakhtin and J.M. Coetzee

ARTS, ETHICS, AND PHILOSOPHY 2

Room 201

  • Bettina Stumm | The Eye of the Beholder: Ethical Responsibility in the Face of Art
  • Merridawn Duckler | In the Clear: Ethics and Art in Emmanuel Levinas’s “Reality and its Shadow”
  • Christopher S. Morrissey | Making Music Together: Alfred Schütz’s Challenge to Edmund Husserl

10:50–11:10 BREAK


11:10–12:15 KEYNOTE 3

Room 210


12:15–1:15 LUNCH


1:15–2:25 SESSION 5

ARTS, ETHICS, AND FUNCTION

Room 210

  • Stephen Grimmer | Ethics, Compassion, and God: A Case For Functional Pottery
  • Doris Hutton Auxier | Mausoleum: Red List Lament: An installation of piano scrolls and 14 paintings on vellum

MUSIC AND ETHICAL MARKETING

Room 201


2:25–2:45 BREAK


2:45–4:30 SESSION 6

ARTS AND RELATIONSHIP

Room 210

  • Gregory Blair | the way we get by: aesthetic engagement with the landscape
  • Alysha Creighton | The Space Between Us: Negative space and the ethics of non-knowledge
  • Jeff R. Warren | Ethics, Breath, and Music in Michaël and Emmanuel Lévinas

ARTS, EDUCATION, AND ETHICS

Room 201


4:45–5:45 SESSION 7

Room 210

ARTS, ETHICS, AND ECOLOGY

  • Barry Truax
  • Doris Auxier
  • Marcel Cobussen
  • Nanette Nielsen
  • Jeff R. Warren
  • Lambert Zuidervaart