Interdisciplinary Reading Club & Colloquium 2021/2022:
Online Lecture Series on Situated & Comparative Cognition

Venue: online (see zoom links)

Time: 14:00 – 15:30 CET (UTC+1)

Organization: Albert Newen & Sabrina Coninx

Date of Event Speaker & TitleZoom links
Nicola Clayton (Cambridge University):
Ways of Thinking: From Crows to Children and Back Again

Leda Berio (University of Warwick):
Culture, Symbols, and Cognition. What Can We Learn From Great Apes?
Laura Candiotto (University of Pardubice):
Affective Scaffoldings as Habits
Azita Chellappoo (Open University, UK):
Is Social Learning Prestige-Biased? Unpacking Cultural Evolution and Cognition
Michael Anderson (University of Western Ontario):
Neural Reuse, Embodiment, and the Interactive Brain
Anthony Chemero (University of Cincinnati):
Inhabiting Space: An Embodied Account of Spatial Cognition

In addition to the online lecture series, some lectures will again take place in person at the Ruhr University Bochum. Corresponding information can be found here.