Nancy – Anthropologies of Dialogue

ANTHROPOLOGIES OF DIALOGUE
Nancy, August 27-29, 2015
25th anniversary of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis (IADA)

Since the Conference is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the International Association for Dialogue Analysis (IADA), this event’s theme will be the anthropologies of dialogue. According to Kant, anthropology refers to the study of the human beings in their essence and progress. Given the omnipresence and omnitemporality of dialogue, we can claim that it constitutes one of the principal characteristics of humanity, i.e., what makes human beings who they are. Thus, the study of dialogue is simultaneously concerned with the humanities, the social sciences and the natural sciences. The 25th anniversary of IADA is an excellent opportunity to examine the progress made in our knowledge of dialogue and this will be the subject of the plenary conferences.

The conference will be organized as follows: plenary conferences will focus on the main theme of dialogue, while workshops and poster sessions will offer the opportunity to discuss all the aspects, properties and applications of this knowledge. Workshops will host panels and lectures devoted to the most recent fields of social practices, such as tele-medicine, dialogical therapeutic tele-interviews, robotic care for the elderly, and dialogue in its various contexts: education, politics, mental or somatic health care, labor, legal, etc.

The conference language is English.

Thank you to professors Alain Trognon and Martine Batt (interpsy, Université de Lorraine), Pr Anne Piponnier and Dr Emmanuelle Simon (CREM, université de Lorraine) for organizing what will certainly be a terrific conference.

Important information about the 15th IADA conference.

Schedule

[PDF] Nancy_AOD_Schedule_v4

Conference registration

In order to register for the conference, you need to be a valid IADA member. Register here

Once you have registered, you can go to the conference website and complete your conference registration :

http://iada2015.event.univ-lorraine.fr

Once your registration is done, you will be given an identification code giving you access to a special space where all the summaries are kept.

Anthropologies of Dialogue Hotel Special Rates

All Hotels are close to the university but those in red are the closest.

Price in a single room, breakfast and tax included subject to availability at time of booking
HOTELS ADDRESS Price
HOTEL IBIS STYLES 3* 3, rue de l’armée Patton NANCY 75,85
HOTEL REVOTEL 41, rue Raymond Poincaré NANCY 55,60 STD / 65,60 SUP
HOTEL DE GUISE 2* rue de Guise NANCY 80,85 bs / 83,85 Hs *
HOTEL JAURES 14, boulevard Jean Jaures NANCY 55,00
LES PORTES D’OR 2* 21, rue Stanislas NANCY 71,60
PARK INN 3* 5, rue Chanzy NANCY 100,70
PARK INN 3* 11, rue Raymond Poincaré NANCY 100,85 std/140,85 sup
BEST WESTERN CRYSTAL 3* 5, rue Chanzy NANCY from 83,85 to 146,35**
CŒUR DE CITY 2* Place André Maginot NANCY 78,85²
STD : standard BS : low season
SUP : superior HS : high season
(²) : + 30 euros in octobre (Nancy Jazz Pulsation) Cœur de City
(*) : bs : jan/feb/July/august/nov/dec – hs : march/april/june/sept/Oct – Guise
(**) :   according to room type and dates of stay
(***) : depending on housing and term stay (day-week-month)

Transportation

Train

Stop at SNCF Nancy’s train station. Campus is a 10 minutes walk from the station.

Arrêt à la gare SNCF de Nancy. Le campus est à 10 minutes à pied de la gare.

Tram

The tram (STAN) line 2 serves will take you to the university campus.

Le réseau STAN dessert le campus : ligne 2

For more information visit the STAN network website (in french).
Plus d’informations sur le site du réseau STAN
http://www.reseau-stan.com/

Other transportation

More information on university website.
Retrouvez toutes les informations sur le site du campus Lettres
http://campus-lettres.univ-lorraine.fr/