Thursday, 27 June 2013
Wednesday, 20 March 2013
23 & 24 MAY 2013
Humanists, Economists, Students, CSR champions, Managers, Employers:
You can still register!
It is time to create economic and social capital through dialogue and synergy between society, business and the humanities – time to rethink, reform, re-engage and re-empower the humanities.
The seminar aims at fostering a constructive and forward-looking debate about how humanists and managers can collaborate to unfold the human resources of the job market, add value and create responsible growth and innovation. We invite you to join the discussion with humanists, economists and successful managers from The Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, The United States, Great Britain, France and Japan addressing the challenges, opportunities and future of the Humanities.
The key note speaker is the prominent and ambitious British philosopher and art historian: John Armstrong
In collaboration with the Danish Think Tank DEA
May 23 at The Danish Academy at Rome
MORNING SESSION: reformation and renaissance
Welcome by Gert-Jan Burgers & Gitte Lønstrup Dal Santo
Martin Junge "Humanities report and ideas for the future"
David Budtz Pedersen "New Policy Conditions for Innovation in the Humanities"
Keynote address by John Armstrong "Reformation and Renaissance of the Humanities"
Questions and discussion led by Martino Rossi Monti
AFTERNOON SESSION: the power of the humanities
Introduction by Lars Frølund
Rens Bod "The Power of the Humanities: Stories of Success and Claim to Fame"
Paul Jay "Fear of Being Useful"
Questions and discussion led by Lars Frølund
Talk & workshop
Ole Fogh Kirkeby "Ancient philosophy and humanistic values applied in modern value-based leadership: The concept of protreptics. How and why it works"
May 24 at The Royal Netherlands Institute
MORNING SESSION: Responsibility and contribution of humanistic value in business. Case studies in business ethics, philosophy and management
Registration for one-day participants
Welcome by Gert-Jan Burgers & Birger Riis-Jørgensen, Danish Ambassador to Rome
Introduction by Matteo Caroli
Sverre Raffnsøe "The human factor in Management and Organization. Towards a Human Turn in the Antropocene"
Jack Fuller "Ethics on the side of business – how to raise ambitions in management and leadership"
Koji Yamamoto "CSR and its forgotten history before the Industrial Revolution"
Discussion chaired by Matteo Caroli with responses from Emily Sims and Olaf Hoftijzer
Talk & workshop
Ole Fogh Kirkeby "What is a value? How does it work in our mind uniting it with the body, and is it possible to reconstruct a working axiology?"
AFTERNOON SESSION: Humanities in Business.
Opportunities for connection and interplay
Armstrong & Kirkeby "A philosophical dialogue on the humanities and humanistic values in business"
David Budtz Pedersen "Suitable for Business: A Co-Curriculum for the Humanities"
- Daniele Militello
- Alessandro LoRusso
- Stephen Bruyant-Langer
- Don Koch
Discussion and questions led by Gert-Jan Burgers & Gitte Lønstrup Dal Santo
Wrap up by Armstrong & organizers
Registration is still open, send your email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
50€ including lunches, aperitivi & collateral material
30€ excluding lunch (registration for lunch closes on 16 May)
15€ special fee for students, lunch excluded
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYMENT
Beneficiary name : Nederlands Instituut te Rome
Beneficiary bank : ING The Hague (Netherlands)
IBAN : NL64INGB0000145920
SWIFT / BIC : INGBNL2A
Reference : ‘participation fee Humanities Seminar’
NB: for transfer via Italian bank account:
Beneficiary name : Istituto Olandese
IBAN : IT33H0100503213000000002190
SWIFT / BIC : BNLIITRR
ACCOMMODATIONParticipants will organise accommodation for themselves
Hotels in the neighbourhood of the conference site:
More expensive hotels:
Or find your preferred hotel via booking.com
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