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Tony V Pham
12:58
super loud
Tony V Pham
13:04
all better
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
22:44
Welcome all.
Edward Rohn
26:44
Hi Mary Jo - happy to be here!
Sadeq Rahimi
34:29
The Spectralities Reader
Sadeq Rahimi
34:31
https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/the-spectralities-reader-9781441138606/
Scott Stonington
49:37
Thank you, Byron! Exceptionally lucid, as always!!
Scott Stonington
01:02:16
Dr. Idria, that was so moving and layered and brilliant, thank you for your work! Please share the links to your letters if you don’t mind.
jaswantguzder
01:02:50
exceptional presentations this morning, thank you,
Sue Jones
01:03:35
Thank you for sharing your personal experience of trauma, and writing to ghosts as a way to heal. I’m so appreciative of your openness and willingness to share.
Arlene Katz
01:03:53
very moving, as we enter into this space between… thank you
Joe Calabrese
01:25:29
Thank you. You all make these ideas very comprehensible … poetic but lucid and with real historical and psychological referents. How I translate into my own language is the dynamic collective unconscious (with historical realities like slavery and genocide collectively repressed, which facilitates individual denial … though producing spectres that can sometimes become re-embodied and alive again). I'm interested in how the denial might set the stage for re-animation (perhaps by preventing insight).
Sue Jones
01:34:18
This discussion is reminding me of a particular Hidden Brain podcast exploring this idea of seeing, hearing and speaking with imaginary bodies or apparitions. Thought I would share it here: https://www.npr.org/2020/01/27/799963509/secret-friends-tapping-into-the-power-of-imagination
christophe Millien
01:42:57
Could you elaborate also on the association between hunting poverty, a life expectation
christophe Millien
01:45:10
Thanks very much to the panel for this very nice discussion.
Andrea Chiovenda
01:46:28
About the article I quoted: Lincoln, Martha and Bruce Lincoln, 2015. "Toward a Critical Hauntology: Bare Afterlife and the Ghosts of Ba Chuc", Comparative Studies in Society and History, 57:191-220.
Joe Calabrese
01:46:49
Thanks Andrea. I want to find that now.
Lissie Wahl-
01:54:44
These presentations - which are astounding - bring me back to Amelie's work in Mind in Action.
christophe Millien
01:58:52
outstanding presentation
Virginia Moreira
01:59:26
thank you for these beautiful presentations!
Virginia Moreira
02:05:34
the notion of subjectivy in psychoanlisis is a dichotomic one. \it Works with concious and inconcious. I would suggest a phenomenological perspective based in Merleau-Ponty's perspective to think about this notion of subjevitivety Sadeq.
Virginia Moreira
02:06:20
We can find this perspective nowdays in phenomenological psychopathology. Loved your presentation1
Virginia Moreira
02:08:16
so sorry I have to leave. thank you everyone!
Elizabeth Carpenter-Song
02:08:55
Thank you for these powerful presentations, which illuminate the immediacy and urgency of haunting as a frame for engagement with suffering and for action in our everyday lives. So sorry that I need to leave! Thank you, all.
christophe Millien
02:09:25
I like the intervention about technology and haunting and ghost
Sadeq Rahimi
02:09:50
Thank you, virginia. Yes indeed. Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty are two significant influences on what I’m doing.
christophe Millien
02:11:10
For instance watching TV, movie etc. how these activities relate to haunting ?
Sadeq Rahimi
02:11:58
Christophe, the last chapter of my book is on technology and hauntology.
christophe Millien
02:14:20
thanks Sadeq i would like to read it
Sue Jones
02:14:34
This is fascinating, thank you. I wonder if interacting with ghosts is a way for survivors of trauma to heal by making meaning and having control/power through things like exorcism etc.
christophe Millien
02:14:58
could you share the title and I can buy it?
Lamis S. Solaim
02:15:33
This was was a very enriching Seminar.. and timely too.. happy Halloween!
kendyl salcito
02:15:38
this was such a wonderful series of presentations. thank you all!
Paul Brodwin
02:15:56
Thanks to Byron, Mary-Jo and the others who made this possible.
Mariza Peirano
02:16:00
Great seminar!
Robert Desjarlais
02:16:02
Thank you, all, for the wonderful presentations - and rich ideas involved!
Erkan Saka
02:16:13
Thank you! Greetings from İstanbul
Sandra
02:16:20
Wonderful seminar!
Tony V Pham
02:16:42
is the h in hauntology silent?
Glaucia Salgado
02:16:44
Wonderful! Thank you so much
Sadeq Rahimi
02:17:20
the h is silent in French but not in English
Tony V Pham
02:17:52
oh cool. thanks
christophe Millien
02:18:27
thank you very much
Yehuda Goodman
02:19:35
Wonderful and deep conversation. Thank you all. I wonder about the cultural specificity of haunting, how local communities relate to such haunting, both make it present and respond or refuse to respond...
Arlene Katz
02:22:42
Michael, I would like to hear more about hauntology and technology.
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
02:23:03
thank you for another great talk. Michele
Reza Idria
02:30:22
Thank you all for your generous comments. Sorry I have to leave earlier. Hoping to follow the rest of this wonderful discussion from the recording. Hugs and see you all next Friday!
felicityaulino
02:31:48
Thank you so much, everyone! Fantastic and generative!
Angela Leocata
02:32:53
Thank you all! Extremely compelling
Robert Desjarlais
02:40:30
Thank you, all. I need to leave now. I hope to join in on the conversation again soon.
Sadeq Rahimi
02:41:08
Great to see you, Bob.
Yehuda Goodman
02:47:26
thinking on what haunts us seems fruitful as a counter point to trauma and post trauma.... The conversation has led me to think about these notions as similar at times but they have different histories, different meanings and call for similar yet different reflections...
Sadeq Rahimi
02:48:38
I address some of the questions in a paper called Haunted Metaphor, Transmitted Affect: The Pantemporality of Subjective Experience
Michael M. J. Fischer
02:49:58
Good point, Yehuda. It is as if trauma has become a crypt, and maybe hauntings allow a decrypting
Iman Roushdy
02:54:03
great point, Yehuda! Also, raises the point of global sense of trauma vs the individual experience.
Joe Calabrese
02:57:28
Many thanks for the interesting discussion!
christophe Millien
02:58:58
outstanding session
christophe Millien
02:59:13
Thanks have a great weekend
Wonyun Lee
02:59:15
Thank you!
Paul Brodwin
02:59:32
We all are hoping for a new world, and new present tense.
Seth Donal Hannah
02:59:44
Yes Paul!
Joe Calabrese
02:59:49
Hoping for an effective exorcism!