Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research at Teaterhögskolan in Malmö
You are welcome to a morning presentation with Prof. Etzel Cardeña who will discuss and provide examples of how attempts to alter the state of consciousness that have been used in traditional and non-traditional acting training programs and actual performances.
The event is part of the Öresund Collegium for Artistic Research at Teaterhögskolan in Malmö.
A presentation that will discuss and provide examples of how attempts to alter the state of consciousness have been used in traditional and non-traditional acting training programs and actual performances.
This presentation will be open to the public. A Zoom link will be communicated on October 15.
Research epistemology: Fact and fiction
Often, research epistemology and method are discussed without awareness of the historical and philosophical findings on the multivarious forms and limitations of the scientific method. This workshop will start with a very brief mention of these limitations to then focus on the distinctions of qualitative and quantitative methods, emphasizing research on conscious experience.
This workshop is by invitation and enrollment only.
The event takes place partly in real life at Inter Arts Center, partly virtually.
The afternoon part of this event is BY INVITATION ONLY. If you would like to be considered for an invitation to this event, please send an email to email@example.com.
Etzel Cardeña is professor at the Center for Research on Consciousness and Anomalous Psychology, Lund University. Etzel Cardeña, Ph. D., hold the endowed Thorsen Chain in Psychology at Lund University. He has authored more than 300 publications including Varieties of Anomalous Experience and Altered Consciousness: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. He has also been a theatre director, playwright, and actor in México, the US, and Sweden, and has collaborated with Teater 23, Malmöstadsteater, and Helsingborg’s Stadsteater, besides being am advisor to the Center for Psychophysical performance. University of Huddersfield, and being the Artistic Director of the International Theatre of Malmö.
The entire autumn programme with all planned Collegium-days can be found here: www.thm.lu.se/forskning