Talks cancelled due to COVID-19 include at U Southern Denmark (Odense), September; keynote at International Association for Philosophy of Sport, Split, Croatia, September; to Memory Studies group with Astrid Erll and Tilmann Habermas, Frankfurt, November; and multiple events in Representing Memory theme project, Institute of Advanced Study, University of Durham, October-December
‘Distributed creativity: domains, dimensions, differences’, invited talk, Murray Smith workshop, Macquarie, March
‘Directions in mesh: response to Shaun Gallagher’, invited talk, Wollongong skills conference, February
‘Distributed creativity: why collaboration (sometimes) feels good’, invited keynote, creativity and wellbeing workshop, University of Melbourne, November 26
‘Moving minds: emotion, memory, and embodied skill’, aka ‘Opening memory studies by opening memory’, invited keynote, inaugural conference, Africa chapter, Memory Studies Association, University of Pretoria, South Africa, October 17-19
‘Varieties of psychological interdependence’, Sutton-Fest day, University of Edinburgh, August 7
‘Maurice Halbwachs and memory studies’, and (with Tim Fawns) ‘Remembering non-witnessed events: everyday second-hand memory’, Memory Studies conference, Madrid, June 26-28
‘Distributed cognition and creative editing’ (with Karen Pearlman), Cognitive Humanities conference, Mainz, Germany, June 18-23.
(Also attended: Philosophy of Memory 2, Grenoble, July; World Congress of Science and Medicine in Cricket, Loughborough, July; Music & Philosophy, London, July; PBDB 13, Dolphin Beach, August; CAVE Dementia workshop, Sydney, August; CEPET annual conference, Macquarie, November)
‘The cultural evolution of personal memory’, Presidential address, inaugural conference of the ASPP (Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology), Macquarie, December 5-7.
‘New questions about shared histories and distributed creativity’ (with Karen Pearlman), Culture & Cognition day, Macquarie, October 8.
‘Autobiographical memory, the scaffolded mind, and cognitive norms in the Neolithic’, AAP (Australasia Association of Philosophy) conference, Victoria University Wellington, July 8-13; at PBDB (Philosophy of Biology at Dolphin Beach) 12, August 10-12; and at Evolving Minds/ Dennett in Darwin, Charles Darwin University, September 17-19.
‘Historical variability in distributed and collaborative emotion regulation’, invited keynote, final conference of CHE, the ARC Centre for the History of Emotions, Perth, June 14-15
‘Collaborative remembering in everyday life: an ethnography of a memory experiment’ (with Kath Bicknell), Performance Studies seminar, Sydney Uni, June 8.
‘Collaborative skills in autobiographical memory: memory beyond memory’, invited talk, Naturally Evolving Minds, Wollongong, February 20-23.
Discussant, Predictive Processing workshop with Andy Clark, Macquarie, December 11-13.
‘Episodic memory, the scaffolded mind, and cognitive change in the Neolithic’, Philosophy of Memory workshop, Adelaide, December 7-8.
Attended ASARG (Australasian Skill Acquisition Research Group) meeting, Brisbane, November 20-21.
‘Shared remembering and distributed emotion’, talk in Philosophy, Macquarie, October 31.
Discussant, Minds, Bodies, Intentions in Renaissance Literature, Durham, September 13-15.
‘Emotional skills and the mental game in Australian professional cricket’ presentation to Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association, Melbourne, April 21.
‘Creative practice and distributed cognition’, Film Editing as Distributed Cognition workshop, with Karen Pearlman Macquarie Uni, Sydney, March 15.
‘Emotional skills and the mental game in Australian professional cricket’ presentation to Australian Cricketers’ Association player agents’ meeting, Sydney, February 7.
2016 (selected talks only from here …)
‘Prosaic dispatches from a daylight world’, Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), seminar on Shakespeare and Cognition, New Orleans, March
‘Confusion and Mixture: The Historicity of Memory’, The Internal Senses in the Aristotelian Tradition, Gothenburg, June
Two talks on memory and collaboration at ICOM-6, the 6th International Conference on Memory, Budapest, July
‘Sharing cognitive futures (and pasts): small groups and shared histories’ History and Philosophy of ScienceResearch Day, Sydney, October.
‘Shared remembering and distributed affect: notes on intimacy, memory, and emotion-regulation’, New Directions in Philosophy of Memory, Dunedin, November
‘Ten questions for cognitive history: small groups and autobiographical memory’ Psychology, Biography, History, Workshop, Canberra, November.
‘Interdisciplinarity and cognitive history: animal spirits, memory, and emotion’ Methods Collaboratory, ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Sydney, September.
‘Dimensions of group cognition’
Thinking About Groups conference, Center for Subjectivity Research, Copenhagen.
‘Distributed cognitive ecologies of memory’
Memory and the Power of Connectivity: Imagining What Might Be, Templeton Foundation workshop with Daniel Schacter, New York, June.
‘Remembering as public practice: Wittgenstein, memory, and socially distributed cognition’ 36th International Wittgenstein Symposium: Mind, language, and action. Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria, August.
‘Switching and mixing: The flexibility of perspectives in memory, imagery, and dreams’
2nd Milan-York Workshop on Nonperceptual Sensuous States, Milan, June.
‘Scaffolding, distributed cognition and compensation’
Scaffolding Memory Across the Lifespan, Memory Day workshop, Sydney, November.
‘Embodied Cognition in the time of Shakespeare: ghost gestures and anachronic traces’.
Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), Chicago, April. Plenary symposium on Shakespeare and the Extended Mind.
‘The Disunity of “Memory”‘ Keynote, Memory Studies Center, Lewis and Clark College, Portland,
‘Early Modern Memory Practices: explorations in cognitive history’
Crossroads Visiting Lecturer, Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS), University of North Carolina, March.
‘Collaboration, Improvisation, and Embodied Interaction: after the philosophy of mind?’
Keynote, Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference, Sydney, April.
‘The Disunity of “Memory”‘
Visiting lecturer, keynote, Warwick Centre for Memory Studies, December.
‘Imagery and point of view in dreams and personal memory’
Melbourne Brain & Mind Club, Howard Florey Institute, Melbourne, September.
‘Embodied skills, social ontology, and the cognitive life of things’
Keynote, 8th conference of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, Adelaide, July.
‘How things (and people) develop a cognitive life (together): transitional objects and instructional nudges’
RANZ College of Psychiatrists, Sydney.
‘Remembering together: is there a social ontology of memory?’
Minds, mobs, and memories: themes in Pettit, Sydney, November.
‘The neurophilosophy and neuropsychiatry of dreaming’
6th International Congress of Neuropsychiatry, Sydney, September.
‘The cognitive life of things’
Extended Mind 2: just when you thought it was safe to go back in the head, Hertfordshire, July.
‘How to share a memory’
Self to Self: the work of David Velleman, Canberra, April.
‘Construction and influence in autobiographical memory’
Chemo-prophylactic Drugs in the Treatment of Traumatic Stress, Academy of Social Sciences workshop, Melbourne, February.
‘The cognitive life of things: external memory and social memory in early modern culture’
Inhabiting the Body/ Inhabiting the World, University of North Carolina, March.
‘What is memory?’
An Integrated Science of Memory: are we there yet?, McDonnell Foundation workshop, San Diego, January.
‘Language, memory, and concepts of memory: a case study in cognition and culture’
Cross-cultural Linguistics and the Semantics of Memory, Sydney, November.
‘Representations and levels in distributed cognition and integrational linguistics’
Distributed Cognition and Integrational Linguistics, Durban, March.
‘Truth and memory’
Proof and Truth: The Humanist as Expert, Australian Academy of the Humanities, Canberra, November.
‘Mechanism, physiology, and complexity in Descartes’
International Descartes workshop, Brisbane, September.
‘Nervous fluids and innards’
Albrecht von Haller Lecturer, International Society for the History of the Neurosciences conference, Zurich, September.
‘Carelessness and inattention: chance and the physiology of habit from Locke to Hume’
Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities, Edinburgh, September.
‘History and moral physiology’
Origins of Modernity, Hong Kong, April.