American and Continental Philosophies of Organizing: Discontinuities and Continuities on the Way to Problems and Ordinariness
New York 10003
- Université Paris Dauphine-PSL
- NYU Stern School of Business
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First IC2O workshop
American and Continental Philosophies of Organizing:
Discontinuities and Continuities on the Way to Problems and Ordinariness
June 13th (happening online and on-site at New York University Stern)
NB: Time here is NYC local time (EDT)
8.30-9.00 AM: Welcome address by the co-chairs of IC2O “Generative differences between American and Continental philosophies for Management and Organization Studies” by Matt Statler (NYU), Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (CBS & SSE) and François-Xavier de Vaujany (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) [Zoom link to access this welcome address/same link for keynote 1: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89093458651?pwd=ZHBXZDV2eHVnbXJQVmlacUdKWnREZz09 Secret code: 357294]
9.00-10 AM: Keynote 1 by Hunter Heyck (University of Oklahoma) “Philosophy, Technology, and the Sublime of Design” (both online and onsite at NYU Stern). Animation: Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (CBS & SSE) [Zoom link for keynote 1 :https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82755091751?pwd=VHhhVGlsNVptd2g2aDRVWS9ZWmdtZz09]
10.00-11.00 AM: Parallel sessions “American and European ways towards commons: different ways?” (all online – possibility to attend from our room at Stern)
“Fermenting Organization Analysis with Ralph Waldo Emerson”, Damian O’Doherty (Liverpool University Management School)
“Cultivating the common good: a processual perspective on the common good”, Vincent Berthelot (Institut Polytechnique de Paris)
“Building a common phenomenology in a transatlantic set of references to sketch a perspective to the work of ‘good’”, Lauri Pietinalho (Aalto University)
“The Debate about Environmentalism”, Elen Riot (Reims University)
11.00-12.15 PM: Panel 1 “Forms of collective phenomenology” with Michael Marder (University of the Basque Country, Vitoria-Gasteiz), and Gayle Salomon (Princeton University). Animation: Léo Bancou (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) and Lucie Chartouny (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) [Zoom link to access panel 1:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81277675191?pwd=WDhJYXZLc0NHdk5sQUNWcjJ2cGpVdz09 ]
12.15-14.00: Lunch break around NYU Stern.
14.00-15.00: Keynote 2 by Romain Laufer (HEC Paris) “Tocqueville exploring American culture and American philosophy”. Animation: Matt Statler (NYU). [Zoom link to access keynote 2: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82646260062?pwd=czlmcUNNZkw0R2dVd3NFaHA3R0laZz09]
15.00-16.00: Parallel sessions “Blurring the boundaries between European phenomenology and American pragmatism in the exploration of organizing”
“At the Southern Table: Reflections on the Phenomenology of Dining”, Matt Statler (NYU) and Frank Stitt (Stitt Restaurant Group)
“What ghosts make us do within organizations: a pragmatist and post-phenomenological approach”, Lucie Chartouny (Paris Dauphine University), Leo Bancou (Paris Dauphine University)
“Management as incompleting event: inside the Americanity… or Europeanity of management?”, François-Xavier de Vaujany (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL)
“Sustainability in public administration: governance and accountability in french metropolitan area”, Aurelia Heurteux (Nice Cote d’Azur University)
16.30-17h30: Panel 2 “American philosophy and the making of management: a focus on Pragmatism” with Brendan Hogan (NYU Liberal studies), Lawrence Marcelle (Parsons School of design) and Mathew Robb (Parsons School of design). Animation: Vincent Berthelot (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) and François-Xavier de Vaujany (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL) [Zoom link for panel 2 :https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88909672025?pwd=QXpEUmhOQXE1M292ZHAyQ2l4WmQ0QT09]
17h30-18h30: Keynote 3 by Petr Prášek (Institute of Philosophy of Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague)) “Ecology, eco-phenomenology, and the immanent ethics of the event” [Zoom link to access keynote 3: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82014093881?pwd=eG5qbTlRdXZEWTVmWWlCQVd5ZVU5UT09]
19.00: The event moves 100% online (Zoom) at this point
19.30-20.30: Agoras coordinated by Elen Riot (université de Reims)
NB: Agora are conversational spaces around a topic. They are neither a keynote nor a panel.
Agora 1: Pierre Guillet de Monthoux “American art versus European art?”
Agora 2: François-Xavier de Vaujany “The temporomateriality of organizing”
20.30-21.30: Concluding discussion with Matt Statler (NYU), Elen Riot (Université de Reims), Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (CBS & SSE) and François-Xavier de Vaujany (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL).
Organizing committee: Leo Bancou (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL), Vincent Berthelot (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL), Lucie Chartouny (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL), Pierre Guillet de Monthoux (Copenhagen Business School and SSE), Elen Riot (Université de Reims), Matt Statler (New York University), François-Xavier de Vaujany (Université Paris Dauphine-PSL).
Free and open registration :https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/billets-american-and-continental-philosophies-of-organizing-308693720227
IC2O alternates one time every two years with the Dauphine Phenomenology Workshop. It is focused on inter-continental philosophical conversations about organizing. New running (in 2023) will be a conversation between African philosophies and wisdoms and continental philosophies.
June 13, 2022, 5:00pm EST
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