Plenary sessions

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th

17.30 – 19.30: WELCOME COCKTAIL (Courtyard - Dep. of Soc.)


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th

08.00: ON-SPOT REGISTRATION (Hall - Dep. of Phil.)

08.30: WELCOME ADDRESSES (Auditorium - Dep. of Phil.)

Marika Ferrari, Assessor for the environment of the Municipality of Trento

Mario Diani, Director of the Department of Sociology and Social Research

Paolo Collini, Rector of the University of Trento

09.00 – 10.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Roberto Poli (UNESCO Chair in Anticipatory Systems, University of Trento),

Anticipation, Complexity and the Future

10.30 – 11.00: COFFEE BREAK (University canteen, via Tommaso Garibaldi)

11.00 – 12.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Riel Miller (UNESCO, Paris)

Why Establishing the Discipline of Anticipation is a Necessary Condition for More Effective Strategies for Achieving Human Resilience


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH

09.00 – 10.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Ruth Levitas (University of Bristol)

Anticipation or utopia?

10.30 – 11.00: COFFEE BREAK (University canteen, via Tommaso Garibaldi)

11.00 – 12.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Sandra Kemp (Imperial College)

A space for time: temporality and design in the museum

 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH

09.00 – 10.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Mark Swilling (Stellenbosch University)

The contribution of transdisciplinary research to anticipatory thinking: a global South perspective

10.30 – 11.00: COFFEE BREAK (University canteen, via Tommaso Garibaldi)

11.00 – 12.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Auditorium – Dep. of Phil.) Jens Beckert (Max Plank Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne)

Imagined Futures and Capitalist Dynamics

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