DAY 3 (16 MAY)

 

DAY 3 (16 MAY)
10:00-11:00 KEYNOTE: Lee Anna Maynard (Georgia Regents University)

TIME TO THINK, TIME TO FEAR: BRITISH LITERATURE’S GOTHIC BOREDOM

Institute of Sociology, Stefan Nowak’s Room, Karowa 18

11:00-11:10 COFFEE BREAK
11:10-12:30 PHILOSOPHY OF BOREDOM

Moderator: Mariusz Finkielsztein (University of Warsaw)

Institute of Sociology, Stefan Nowak’s Room, Karowa 18

Jaboco Zabalo

(University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

METAPHYSICS OF BOREDOM. ON HOW NIETZSCHE BECAME HEIDEGGER

Monika Chylińska

(John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin)

IS THE BORED MIND AN UNCONSTRAINED MIND?

Piotr Sawczyński

(Jagiellonian University, Krakow)

CAN DOING NOTHING EMANCIPATE US? GIORGIO AGAMBEN ON BOREDOM AND THE POLITICAL

12:30-12:45 COFFEE BREAK
12:45-14:00 HISTORY OF BOREDOMModerator: Mariusz Finkielsztein (University of Warsaw)

Institute of Sociology, Stefan Nowak’s Room, Karowa 18

Edyta Pętkowska

(University of Warsaw)

BETWEEN HISTORICAL EVENTS, FEELINGS AND… BOREDOM? – POLISH FEMALE MEMOIRE WRITERS AT THE TURN OF THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES

Jeffrey Auerbach

(California State University)

BOREDOM AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE

14:00-15:00

LUNCH

Institute of Sociology, Stefan Nowak’s Room, Karowa 18

15:00-16:45 SOCIOLOGY AND BOREDOMModerator: Cinthya Guzman (University of Toronto)

Institute of Sociology, Stefan Nowak’s Room, Karowa 18

Cinthya Guzman

(University of Toronto)

PROBLEMATIC OR PRODUCTIVE – EXPERIENCES OF BOREDOM IN EVERYDAY LIFE

Małgorzata Kubacka

(Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan)

BOREDOM IN EVERYDAY LIFE EXPERIENCE – SHAMEFUL OR AFFIRMED

Wojciech Sobolewski

(University of Warsaw)

BOREDOM IN THEATRE – A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THEATRE AUDIENCE