Invited speakers

Charles Ess

Distinguished Research Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies, Professor, Philosophy and Religion, Drury University, USA;  Professor with specific responsibilities, Department of Information and Media Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark, 2009-2012.
Research Interests: Comparative Philosophy, Computer-Mediated Communication, including cultural and communicative dimensions of CMC technologies, Internet research ethics, History of Philosophy, Ethics, Logic, Feminist Philosophy, and World Religions.

Peter Berliner

Peter Berliner is Associate professor in Educational Psychology and director of the Center for Multi-Ethnic Traumatic Stress Research and Practice at the University of Copenhagen.

Peter Berliner has published extensively on Cultural and Cross-cultural Psychology, Community Psychology and on social responsibility, social trauma and violence.

Viggo Mortensen

Viggo Mortensen is Professor of Systematic theology at the Department for Systematic Theology, Aarhus University.

He is founder and director of the Center for Multireligious studies, Aarhus University, and cofounder of the European Society for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies. He has written several monographs and articles on globalization and intercultural dialogue.

Silja Graupe

Silja Graupe is Assistant Professor for Philosophy and Economy at the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences, Germany.

She specializes in Japanese philosophy, intercultural philosophy and philosophy of economy.  She is author of The Basho of Economics--An Intercultural Analysis of the Process of Economics and received a grant from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation for research on "Knowledge and Innovation in Japanese Corporations".

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