Lecture by Dr.Boris Cyrulnik & Symposium "Save Yourself and Life Calls You (Sauve-toi, la vie t'appelle)"
|Date:||November 2, 2015 (Mon.)
15:00-17:30 Lecture by Dr. Boris Cyrulnik
November 3, 2015 (Tue./ National Holiday)
10:00-12:00 Screening of the Record of “Lecture by Dr. Boris Cyrulnik”
|Place:||Conference Room, Soshikan Hall, Kinugasa Campus, Ritsumeikan Unievrsity|
Language: French & Japanese
*There is no parking available at the venue, so please use public transportation.
Participation：Free of Charge (The Seating Capacity Is 80 / No Advance Application Necessary)
* Please note that the number of seat and simultaneous interpretation device is limited.
“During the war there are some cases we cannot give voice in order to protect our lives. Even after the war we can talk only about things others can understand. Although it was the postwar culture that silenced the persons whose feelings were hurt, the strange thing was it was also the postwar culture that criticized that the persons whose feelings were hurt had not talked about anything”. We will consider postwar 70 years with Dr. Boris Cyrulni, who has lived during the war and after the war, calling the past to our mind.
November 2 (Mon.)
|15:00-17:30||Lecture by Dr. Boris Cyrulnik
“Save Yourself and Life Calls You (Sauve-toi, la vie t'appelle)”
Chair: Paul Dumouchel (Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences)
November 3 (Tue./National Holiday)
|10:00-12:00||Screening of the Record of “Lecture by Dr. Boris Cyrulnik”|
|13:00-15:00||SymposiumⅠ “From Vulnerableness to Resilience (De la vulnerabilite a la resilience)”
Chair & Giving Themes：Yoko Yamada (Kinugasa Research Organization)
Panelists：Hideaki Matsushima (University of Shiga Prefecture) / Kentaro Kitamura (Visiting Researcher, Research Center for Ars Vivendi) / Hidemitsu Aoki (Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences) / Maki Yamaguchi (Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences) / Mariko Konishi (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellowship for Young Scientists)
|15:30-17:30||SymposiumⅡ “Seventy Years in East Asia, Overcoming Experiences of Trauma (Soixante-dix ans en Asie de l'Est, par-dela les experiences traumatiques)”
Chair & Giving Themes：Masahiko Nishi (Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences)
Panelists：Paul Dumouchel (Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences) / Kuniko Muramoto (Graduate School of Science for Human Services) / Sungman Koh (Senior Researcher, Research Center for Ars Vivendi) / DeokYoung Lim (Special Research Fellow, Urban Research Plaza, Osaka City University)
Profile of Dr. Boris Cyrulnik
Dr. Boris Cyrulnik was born in Bordeaux in 1937. When he was 5, he lost his parents due to the roundup of the Jewish people. When he was 6, he was arrested by the police in French. Although he was about to be taken in a nazi-led concentration camp, he avoided detention by hiding for a while. After the war, although he was under an economically deprived environment, he studied medicine at the University of Paris as a result of intensive studying. Then he became a psychiatrist. While he has been involved in clinical medicine, he has also conducted support activities both for survivors from concentration camps and for underprivileged children in developing countries.
|Host：||Ritsumeikan University's Project for Inviting Dr. Boris Cyrulnik|
|Co-host：||Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University / Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Ritsumeikan University|
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