Monday, September 24th : Opening Lecture

Registration: 6-6:30 pm

Keynote: Laurence J. Kirmayer                                                          

Affective Arrangements in Mental Health Care: Insights from Cultural Psychiatry and Enactivist Cognitive Science

6:30 -8:00 pm

Tuesday, September 25th

Registration: 8:45-9:15am

Birgitt Röttger-Rössler: Welcome

Thi Minh Tam Ta, Anita von Poser & Eric Hahn: Introduction

9:15 am
Jan Slaby: Metaphysics as Therapy: The Philosophy of Affective Arrangements 
9:30 am
Laurence J. Kirmayer: Affective Arrangements in Therapeutic Settings: A Cultural-Historical Perspective10:30 am
Coffee Break11:30 am
Thi Minh Tam Ta, Eric Hahn: Applying Affective Arrangements in therapeutic settings for migrants in Berlin12:00 am
Lunch1:00 pm
Markus R. Pawelzik: Affective dis-arrangements and psychopathology

2:30 pm
Helene Basu: Affective Arrangements and Critical Moments: Encounters in Indian Psychiatry3:30 pm
Coffee Break4:30 pm

Keynote: Douglas W. Hollan

Varieties and Particularities of Affective Arrangements in Mental Health Care Settings and Beyond

5:00 - 6:30 pm


Wednesday, September 26th

Registration: 9-9:30am

Allen Tran: Space to Care: Affective Arrangements and Family Caretakers in Vietnamese Psychiatric Clinics  

       9:30 am 

Main Huong Nguyen, Edda Heyken, Jörg-Christian Lanca: Out of the Box: De-/Constructing Affective Arrangements in Vietnamese Berlin     10:30 am         
Coffee Break     11:30 am     

Julia Vorhölter: A/Effective (Re-)Arrangements? ‘Dysfunctional’ Relationships as a Key Challenge for Therapy in Uganda 

    12:00 am        
Lunch1:00 pm
Daniel White: Technological Care Markets: Affective Arrangements of Industry and Wellbeing in Contemporary Japan

2:00 pm

Wrap-up Discussion

 Affective Arrangements and the Future of Carescapes

with Helene BasuDouglas W. Hollan, Laurence J. Kirmayer, Nasima Selim, Jan Slaby & Thi Minh Tam Ta

moderated by Anita von Poser

  3:00- 4:00 pm      

Attendants of the conference can receive 12 CME credits (6 for Tuesday and 6 for Wednesday).