Seminar 3 - Norwegian Artistic Research School

This digital seminar is about ethics in artistic research and artistic practice. It provides an introduction to basic research ethics and ethics in the arts, as well as methods for mapping ethical dimensions of artistic research. Various ethical challenges and potentials are discussed based on the research fellows’ projects.  

Seminar information

 

  • Who can attend?

    Research fellows participating in the Norwegian Artistic Research School. The recommended time is the second semester.

    You are welcome to participate in the seminar even if you have not yet attended seminar 1 and/or seminar 2.

  • Learning outcome
    • masters fundamental theory relating to artistic research 
    • can discuss ethical principles and concerns in artistic research 
    • can identify ethical issues and can engage in artistic research with integrity 
  • Work and teaching methods

    Digital seminar with preparatory assignments, lectures, group work and plenary discussions. 

    The seminar will take the form of a workshop where you work and discuss in small groups to create additional contributions that will be shared on Research Catalogue.

  • Coursework requirements

    Before the seminar

    Read the literature on the mandatory reading list.

    Submit a short bio in English (we do not expect more than 100 words) that includes:

    • Your name
    • Institution/department
    • Starting year
    • Background 

     

    Submit a short abstract maximum of 500 words (it may also be shorter).

    • Project title, research field and project core
    • What you consider as an ethical challenge in your project

     

    There is no minimum size for your contributions, you do however need to submit a bio and abstract to get the seminar participation approved.

    You are welcome to use a revised version of your abstract submitted for seminar 1 or the Artistic Research Forum.

    Please send your material to pku@diku.no by 23 April at 10:00.

    Your contribution will be shared with all seminar participants and moderators before the seminar. 

    During the seminar

    The seminar will take the form of a workshop where you work and discuss in small groups to create additional contributions that will be shared on Research Catalogue. All seminar participants are expected to play an active part in the discussion of the other research fellows’ projects.

     

  • Reading list
    Compulsory reading
    Recommended reading
    • Cobussen, Mark and Nielsen, Nanette (2012). Music and ethics. 1st ed. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate. ‘Introduction’, Chapter 2 ‘Discourse’, and Chapter 6 ‘Engagement’.
    • Nielsen, Nanette (2017). ‘Musical Philosophy for an Unravelling World’ First published by The Philosophers’ Magazine, Issue 76, 1st Quarter 2017. ISSN: 2048-4674
    • Nielsen, Nanette and Phillips-Hutton, Ariana. Forthcoming. ‘Musical Ethics’. In the Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy edited by Jerrold Levinson, Tomas McAuley, and Nanette Nielsen. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Arnstein. S. R. (1969). A Ladder of Citizen Participation, Journal of the American Planning Association, Vol. 35, No. 4, July 1969, pp. 216-224. 

     

    General resource sites on research ethics

  • Timetable

    Wednesday 5 May

    10:00–11:00 Welcome and introductory presentation (Presentation 1) by the seminar leader, Darla Crispin

    11:00–11:15 Break

    11:15-11:45 Presentation 2 (Hallvard Fossheim)

    11:45–12:15 Questions and discussion

    12:15-13:00 Lunch Break

    13:00–13:30 Presentation of the concepts for the seminar – Research Catalogue exposition

    13:30–14:45 Questions and discussion

    14:45–15:15 Wrap up and review of the plan for the seminar

    15:15 –16:00 Break-out into own institutions / or individual time

     

    Thursday 6 May

    09:30–10:00 Presentation 3 (Jostein Gundersen)

    10:00–10:30 Questions and discussions

    10:30-10:45 Break

    10:45–14:00 Break out-groups (including lunch break)

    14:00-14:15 Break

    14:15–15:15 Plenary responses from groups

    15:15 –16:00 Break-out into own institutions / or individual time

     

    Friday 7 May

    09:30–10:00 Presentation 4 (Camille Norment)

    10:00–10:30 Questions and discussions

    10:30-10:45 Break

    10:45–14:00 Break out-groups (including lunch break)

    14:00-14:15 Break

    14:15–16:00 Résumé of seminar and conclusion

  • Seminar contributors
  • Norwegian Artistic Research School

    Norwegian Artistic Research School offers through seminars, meetings and conferences joint training for doctoral fellows in Artistic Research.

    Read more about the Norwegian Artistic Research School here

  • Regulations

 

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Registration deadline:
Apr 18, 2021
Time:
From: May 5, 2021 9:00 AM
To: May 7, 2021 4:00 PM
Questions?
Send an email to
pku@diku.no