Programme

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PRE-CONFERENCE MEETINGS

Youth Forum on The Future of the Humanities

The Youth Forum on the Future of the Humanities is a Forum gathering young and/or early career researchers from all across Europe aiming to define a set of ideas and recommendations that the young generations feel relevant and urgent in the field of the Humanities in the decades to come. Its final outcome is a report to be presented in the European Humanities Conference 2021.

11h00-12h30: Opening (Public Session) – No Future Without the Humanities

Chair: Ana Cristina Falcato (IFILNOVA, Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

11h00-11h10: Telmo Pereira (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa / Instituto Politécnico de Tomar / UNIARQ, Universidade de Lisboa) – Welcome and Introduction

11h10-11h35: Helena Freitas (Centre for Functional Ecology, University of Coimbra) – An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Global Environmental Crisis

11h35-12h00: Viriato Soromenho-Marques (CFUL, University of Lisbon) – The Task of the Humanities in the Epoch of Global Environment & Climate Crisis

12h00-12h30: Q&A

 12h30-14h00: Lunch Break

 14h00-16h00: Meeting with the Young Researchers participating in the Forum

(Restricted Session)

Welcome: Leonor de Medeiros (CHAM and DH, FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa)

Discussion and approval of the Youth Forum Report: Humanities for the Future: a

New European Agenda

The report will be publicly presented in two sessions of EHC 2021:

In the opening ceremony, 5 May, 9h00 GMT (10h00 CET) (Executive Summary)

In a closing plenary session, 7 may, 13h00 GMT (14h00 CET) (Full Report)

Organizing Committee

Ana Cristina Falcato (IFILNOVA, Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Gonçalo Marcelo (CECH, Universidade de Coimbra / Católica Porto Business School)

Leonor de Medeiros (CHAM and DH, FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa)

Raimundo Henriques (CFUL, Universidade de Lisboa)

Telmo Pereira (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa / Instituto Politécnico de Tomar / UNIARQ, Universidade de Lisboa)

 

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9.00 - Opening ceremony

Manuel Heitor, Portuguese Minister for Science, Technology and Higher Education

Hsiung Ping-Chen, Professor of History, Chinese University of Hong-Kong; Secretary-General of CIPSH

Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, President of the Portuguese Republic

 9.40 - Introductory session

Helena Pereira, President of FCT

Gabriela Ramos, ADG UNESCO

Luiz Oosterbeek, President of CIPSH

Daya Reddy- President of the International Science Council

Sandra Almeida – President of the South America Humanities Conference

Darina Saliba Abi Chedid – Director of the Byblos International Centre of HS

Samuel Lieu – President of the International Union of Academies

Edward Cheng – Vice-President of Tencent

João Coroado – President of IPT

Guilherme D’Oliveira Martins - Gulbenkian Foundation

Rosi Braidotti,- The World Humanities Report in Europe

John Crowley, Autonomy of the Humanities report

Gonçalo Marcelo, Youth Forum report

11.00 - Session Traditional cultures and language diversity

12.00 - Serenella Iovino, Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Romance Studies Department

12.30 - Karen O’Brian, Professor of Sociology and Geography at the University of Oslo

13.00 - Break

14.00 - Round-table The Humanities in the 21st Century

15.30 - Inês Câmara, Director of “Mapa das Ideias”. Board Member Culture Action Europe

16.00 - Florin-Gheorghe Fodorean, Director of the Institute of Classical Studies, Babeş-Bolyai University

16.30 - Round-table Heritage, mobility and identities

18.00 - Pause

18.10 - Public lecture - António Damasio, David Dornsife Chair in Neuroscience, Professor of Psychology, Philosophy and Neurology; Director of the Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California

18.40 - Concert

Concerto da Orquestra Filarmónica Portuguesa (projeção do concerto gravado no Centro Cultural de Belém, no dia 2 de maio de 2021)

Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian - Auditório 3 & transmissão na plataforma da Conferência Europeia das Humanidades

Programa :

JOLY BRAGA SANTOS – Divertimento nº 1, op. 32  

LUÍS TINOCO – “From the Depth of Distance”  

FERNANDO LOPES-GRAÇA – Sinfonieta em homenagem a Haydn

RAFAEL DÍAZ– Faro de Última Esperanza

(duração: cerca de 1.15h)

 

 

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  9.00 - Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director of the Human Development Report Office of the United Nations

  9.30 - Winnie Soon, Professor in the Department of Digital Design at Aarhus University

10.00 - Round-table Influence and impact of the Humanities in society

11.30 - Session Introducing the Network of European Humanities (NEH21)

12.00 - Session Humanities and technology

13.00 - Session The Slave Route programme

13.30 - Break

14.00 - Session Gender and Science

14.30 - Session General History of Africa

15.30 - Tariq Modood, Director of the Bristol University Research Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship

16.00 - François Djindjian, Professor University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne; UISPP

16.30 - Round-table Migration and Diversity

18.00 - Pause

18.10 - Public lecture - Rauna Kuokkanen, Professor of Arctic Indigenous Studies at the University of Lapland

18.40 - Music and Conversation, an evening with the artists of the HAS exhibition

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  9.00 - Jane Ohlmeyer, Erasmus Smith’s Professor of Modern History at Trinity College Dublin

  9.30 - Josep Villalta, Director of Global University Network for innovation

10.00 - Round-table Multidisciplinary Dynamics as Education and R&D strategies for meaningful problem solving

11.30 - Session Introducing BRIDGES: a Humanities-led sustainability science coalition

12:00 - Mariya Gabriel, European COMMISSIONER for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth

12.10 - Session Global History of Humankind project

13.00 - Young researchers Forum – concluding remarks and debate - This session has move to 16h30

13.30 - Break

14.00 - James Pawelski, Professor of practice and director of education in the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania

14.30 - Frédéric Worms, Professor of Philosophy, École Normale Supérieure de Paris

15.00 - Round-table Health and Humanities

17.00 - Closing session

18.00 - Pause

18.10 - Public lecture – Marina Warner, Writer; Professor of English & Creative Writing, University of London

18.40 - Live Concert

Concerto de Guitarra Portuguesa (ao vivo) Auditório 2,  Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Transmissão direta na plataforma da Conferência Europeia das Humanidades

Joana Esparteiro (Produção)

Pedro Castro (direcção musical)

PROGRAMA :

Rapsódia em Lá Menor - Francisco Carvalhinho

Guitarra Triste e Corridinho Farense - Domingos Camarinha

Vira de Frielas - José Nunes

Variações em Lá - Artur Paredes

La Partida (Valsa Venezuelana) - Carlos Bonnet

Fado Menor e Variações em Ré - Tradicional / Fontes Rocha

Meditando e Variações em Mi sobre o Fado Lopes - Armando Freire

Solistas:

Guitarra  Portuguesa - Pedro de Castro        

Guitarra Portuguesa  - Luís Guerreiro  

Guitarra Portuguesa  - Gaspar Varela

Viola de Fado - André Ramos

Viola Baixo - Francisco Gaspar