New summer course on Problems of the Self - CEU (deadline 15/02/2012)

Central European University's summer school ( invites applications from graduate students, junior faculty and researchers from all over the world.

The course aims to present the state of the art in research on the self from philosophy, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, sociology, and
cognitive anthropology. Themes revolve around the nature of the self, as revealed through self-consciousness, body perception, action and joint
action, and its embedding in society and culture. Historical and developmental perspectives provide other angles on the self. The course
presents a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary discussion on the self from multiple perspectives. It is directed at advanced graduate
students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty working in philosophy, psychology, cognitive neuroscience and cognate disciplines.

Course Directors:
Natalie Sebanz, Cognitive Science Department, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary/Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Raboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands;

Hong Yu Wong, Centre for Integrative Neuroscience, Philosophy of Neuroscience Group, University of Tubingen, Germany

Peter Callero, Department of Sociology, Western Oregon University,
Monmouth, USA; Guenther Knoblich, Department of Cognitive Science, CEU,
Budapest, Hungary; Beatrice Longuenesse, Department of Philosophy, New
York University, USA; Christopher A. B. Peacocke, Department of
Philosophy, Columbia University, New York, USA; Phillipe Rochat,
Department of Psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, USA; Paul Snowdon,
Department of Philosophy, University College London, UK; Manos Tsakiris,
Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK;

Guest Speakers:
Maurice Bloch, Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics, UK;

Gyorgy Gergely, Department of Cognitive Science/Cognitive
Development Centre, CEU, Budapest, Hungary

The application deadline is February 15, 2012 (late applications will be reviewed until all course places have been filled).

Financial aid is available.