Part 1 (45:27)
This lecture is a condensed summary of what usually is a five-day workshop. It is an introduction into the work of Evelin Lindner. As you see, it is divided into 2 parts. The talk highlights how globalization is interlinked with new and unprecedented psychological dynamics that call for novel solutions at all levels - macro, meso and micro levels - and in all fields of public policy.The lecture was held at the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo in Norway (Harald Schjelderups hus, Forskningsveien 3, Auditorium 1, as part of PSYC3203 - Anvendt sosialpsykologi), on 12th January, 2011, 10.15-12.00.
• Please see background material to this lecture downloadable in full text from www.humiliationstudies.org/whoweare/evelin02.php.
• See an overview over the contents of this lecture in "Times of Globalization and Human Rights: Does Humiliation Become the Most Disruptive Force?" in the Journal of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, Volume 1, Number 1, March 2007. See an earlier version at http://ssrn.com/abstract=668742 (this paper's SSRN ID is 668742).
• For more recent papers see, among others, "The Need for a New World," and, and, since this lecture was given in Norway, "What the World’s Cultures Can Contribute to Creating a Sustainable Future for Humankind," a paper prepared for the 11th Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS), 23th June-1st July 2008, in Norway. The latter paper hightlights the significance of Norway and Norwegian contributions to world peace.
• Lindner's book Making Enemies: Humiliation and International Conflict. (2006), has been honored as "path-breaking book" and one of the "Outstanding Academic Titles" in 2007 in the USA by the journal Choice.
• Lindner's second book, Emotion and Conflict: How Human Rights Can Dignify Emotion and Help Us Wage Good Conflict, came out in March 2009.
• See the Special Issue of Social Alternatives, "Humiliation and History in Global Perspectives" (2006) by the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) network.
• See the Special Symposium Issue of Experiments in Education, "Humiliation in the Academic Setting" (2008) by the HumanDHS network.
• See publications from the entire Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies network at www.humiliationstudies.org/publications/publications.php.
• Find an overview of the HumanDHS Annual Conferences at www.humiliationstudies.org/whoweare/annualmeetings.php. Everybody is invited!
Special thanks go to the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo. Without their support, the doctoral project on humiliation that Lindner carried out between 1997 and 2001, as well as her subsequent work to establish Humiliation Studies as a global field, would have been impossible in the past, and their support will be crucial also in the future.