2024 Eurasian Memory Meeting

The Eurasian Memory Meeting, an in-person workshop, will be held at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) in Taipei, 15-17 March, 2024. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together Asian and European researchers for a workshop with an explicitly Eurasian character on all aspects of philosophy of memory.

Please see below for the list of confirmed speakers and information about the organisers. Full details, including how to register, can be found on the workshop webpage.

For any inquiries, please contact Ying-Tung Lin or Chris McCarroll.

Speakers and talks

Nikola Andonovski (University of Grenoble Alpes): Memory indexing and the contentful trace

Sven Bernecker (University of Cologne): Preservationism in memory

Anja Berninger (Göttingen University): Temporal orientation and collective nostalgia 

Peter Graham (University of California, Riverside): Generation and Preservation in Memory and Testimony

Ken-ichi Hara (Kanazawa Institute of Technology): Bergson’s reinterpretation of the memory-perception distinction – In contrast with associationism 

Yasushi Hirai (Keio University): Is memory the origin of the past?

Nihel Jhou (National Taiwan University): Is a time machine an amnesia machine?

Ching Keng (National Taiwan University): What was and was not remembered according to the Buddhist theory of consciousness?

Lex Lai (Shanghai Jiao Tong University): Memory scepticism and particularism

Kristina Liefke (Ruhr University of Bochum): ‘Easy’ Pisticism: Towards an intentionalist account of mnemic accuracy

Ying-Tung Lin (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University): Successful remembering: Bridging practical contexts and philosophy of memory

Kengo Miyazono (Hokkaido University) & Uku Tooming (University of Tartu): The place of memory among other sources of justification

James Openshaw (University of Grenoble Alpes) & Chris McCarroll (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University): Experience, Episodic Memory, and the Epistemic Limits of Imagination

Denis Perrin (University of Grenoble Alpes): A defence of authenticism about the accuracy conditions of episodic memory

André Sant’Anna (University of Geneva): Alethism and memory of experience

Markus Werning (Ruhr University of Bochum): Memories from veridical and non-veridical experiences: A non-disjunctivist account

Special session: Bibliometrics of philosophy of memory

Kirk Michaelian (University of Grenoble Alpes): Introducing PhilMemBib 

Shin Sakuragi (Shibaura Institute of Technology): Trends in philosophy of memory: A quantitative approach 

Vilius Dranseika (Jagiellonian University): Philosophy of memory and psychology of memory. A citation analysis


The workshop is organized by Ying-Tung Lin (IPMC), Chris McCarroll (IPMC), Kirk Michaelian (CPM), André Sant’Anna (UNIGE), Tony Cheng (NCCU), Lok-Chi Chan (NTU), and Shin Sakuragi (SIT).