Talks

Upcoming Talks:

(POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC MEASURES) March 2020: Invited talk “Emotional Expressions as Social Practices: How Social Scripts shape our Emotion Performance” for the workshop “The Role of Emotions in Epistemic Practices and Communities” at Freie Universität Berlin (D)

(POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC MEASURES) April 2020: Invited talk, 1st Workshop of the Network for Critical Emotion Theory, Freie Universität Berlin (D)

May 2020: Invited Talk (together with Jesse Prinz) “Emotions: Social Construction 3.0”, Roskilde University (DK)

Selected Talks:

March 2020: Invited talk “Misgendering” for the workshop “Slurs, Name-Calling and Exclusionary Speech” at Technische Universität Berlin (D)

February 2020: Invited talk “Social Interaction in the Digital Space: Reproducing Discriminatory Social Behaviors Online” for the conference “Diversity in Cognition” at TU Dortmund (D)

August 2019: Invited Talk “Dehumanizing Interaction Structures” at the Summer School “Epistemological Understanding”, University of Education Ludwigsburg (D)

July 2019; Talk “Scripted Emotion Concepts”, at the Meeting of the International Society for the Research of Emotion (ISRE), Amsterdam (NL)

March 2019: Invited Talk: Einstein Visiting Fellow’s Lecture: Jesse Prinz & Gen Eickers: “Beyond Innateness and Construction: A Performative Theory of Emotion”, Berlin School of Mind and Brain (D)

April 2018: Talk “Is Emotion Recognition Scripted? Emotional Expressions as Social Signals”, at the 5thannual workshop of ECOM (Expression, Communication, and the Origins of Meaning research group), University of Connecticut (US)

August 2017: Talk “What is Social Interaction about?”, Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), Hertfordshire (UK)

January 2017: Talk “Feeling Embarrassed”, Workshop on the Concept and Phenomenology of Social Anxiety, Berlin School of Mind and Brain (D)

November 2016: Talk “Stereotypes in Social Interaction: Asymmetries in Mental State and Action Attributions”, Workshop on Experimental Philosophy: Methods and New Directions, Berlin School of Mind and Brain (D)