Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy

and his significance

V. Unpublished Conference Presentations and the Like

  • Tate, Eugene D., “The Communication Theorist as Pirate and Argonaut: Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy and Communication Theory,”
    Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Assn. Conference, Univ. of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, 1984. 27 leaves.
  • Stahmer, Harold, “Mikhail Bakhtin (1895-1975) and Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy (1888-1973): Speech, the Spirit, and Social Change,” Paper presented at the Transnational Institute East-West Conference, Moscow, 1993.
  • Papers presented at the conference entitled “Respondeo etsi mutabor: An International Conference for the Rosenstock-Huessy Centenary,” sponsored by Dartmouth College and the E. R.-H. Fund, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 15-19, 1988.
    • Hans Achterhuis, “Beyond Wage Labor”;
    • Berman, Harold, “Law and History After the World Wars”;
    • Bryant, M. Darroll, “Tracking the Spirit: History and Culture in R-H”;
    • Bürger, Wolfram, “Universitât und Kirchliche Hochschule Erwägungen zu einer Ortsbestimmung von Lehre und Forschung der evangelischen Kirche in der DDR”;
    • Castle, Robert, “Desperation to Salvation: R-H’s Higher Education”;
    • Davidson, Frank, “Voluntary Service: Society’s Third Sector”;
    • Duncanson, W. Thomas, “System, Subversion, and Crisis: R-H and the Sociology of the Higher Learning”;
    • Farmer, William, “The Gospels as the Lips of Jesus”;
    • Feringer, Richard and Philip Chamberlin, “Correspondence: The World View of R-H”; •Fiering, Norman, “R-H as Teacher”; ** Fraser, James, “How Do We Control the Accelerating Speed of the Global Economy in an Age of Continuous Change”;
    • Gardner, Clinton, “Christianity in the Third Millennium”;
    • Huessy, Hans R., “An Impure Thinker Collides with a Progressive School”;
    • Huessy, Mark, and Frances Huessy, “Vox Clamantis in Deserto: R-H after His Immigration”;
    • Huebschmann, Heinrich, “Dialogue as Therapy”;
    • Jacob, Wolfgang, “Die ‘Vollzahl der Zeiten’ als Aporie der Medizin”;
    • McConnell, Kathleen and Eugene Tate, “Glasnost: Restoring Health to Academic Discussion”
    • Meyer, Marshall Rabbi, “Revolution, Speech, and Spirit”;
    • Möckel, Andreas, “Die Höhere Grammatik als Grundlage der Heilpädagogik”;
    • Paasche, Gottfried, “Reflections on Teaching Sociology”;
    • Scott, Mark Murphy, “The Promise of Law and the Law of Promise in R-H’s American Revolution”;
    • Shaull, Richard, “Revolution, Speech, and Spirit”;
    • Stahmer, Harold, “Revolution, Speech, and Spirit”;
    • Steinlein, Stephan, “Gebet und Arbeit. Die evangelischen Kirchen in der DDR zwischen ‘religiöser Sinnstiftung’ und Kreuzesnachfolge”;
    • Ullmann, Wolfgang, “R-H’s Opposition to Linguistic Agnosticism”;
    • Von Hammerstein, Franz, “Friedensdienste in Europa nach dem 2. Weltkrieg auf dem Hintergrund von ‘Dienst auf dem Planeten’”;
    • Vos, Ko, “De werkwijze van de wetenschap en het onderwijs”;
    • Wells, Michael, “Work Service: A Personal Perspective”;
    • Jacob, Wolfgang, “Die Vollzahl der Zeiten als Aporie der Medizin”;
  • Papers presented at the conference entitled, “Planetary Articulation: The Life, Thought, and Influence of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy,” sponsored by Millikin University and the E. R.-H. Fund, meeting in Monticello, Illinois, June 2002.
    • Beicheng, Liu, and Xu Weixiang, “Report on translating R-H into Chinese”;
    • Bryant, M. Darroll, “Encountering ERH”;
    • Carvalho, Olavo de, “Translating R-H’s Origin of Speech into Portuguese”;
    • Castle, Robert, “R-H and Ortega y Gassett on Generations”;
    • Cristaudo, Wayne, “The Relevance of R-H Before, During, and After Post-Modernism”;
    • Duncanson, W. Thomas, “Never One Thing: Metanoia, Decision, Love, and Difference”;
    • Feringer, Richard, “A Conversation between an Aboriginal Tribal Member and R-H, April 1966”;
    • Gardner, Clint, “R-H in Russia and Iran: Responding to the Events of September 11”;
    • Hartman, Charles, “Seated With: Articulation and Participation by the Calendar”;
    • Houweling, Feico, “Planetary Posts: The Moral Equivalent to Globalization in Loving Memory of Bob O’Brien”;
    • Huessy, Frances, “R-H and His Student’s Bequest”;
    • Huessy, Mark, “Piracy, Technology, September 11, and the Cellar Walls”;
    • Huessy, Peter, “Notes on Creating the Future: Martin Luther King and Ronald Reagan”;
    • Huessy, Raymond, “Life, Teaching, and Influence: In Search of a Biography”
    • Jackson, Giles, “Venture Smith and the Cross of Reality”;
    • Kroesen, J. Otto, “Fourfold Responsibility in an Engineering Course in Ethics”;
    • Lee, Paul A., “R-H and the Moral Equivalent of War”;
    • Makhlin, Vitaly, “After the Revolution: In Search of a New Orientation with Constant Reference to R-H’s Analysis of Russia”; and “Report on translating Rosenstock-Huessy into Russian”;
    • Myers, Paul, “From Studying Eugen to Standing in Eugen’s Study: The Grammatical Method for Group Leadership”;
    • Pfister, Lauren, “Metaphysical Musings on Play, Sport, and the Temptation of the Extraordinary”;
    • Redmond, Barbara, “As the Spirit Soars, So Does the Heart Sound- Voice – Silence”;
    • Simmons, Terry, “R-H Among the Redwoods: Language, Universal History, and the Liberal Arts College Ideal”;
    • Smith, Robert S., “Planetary Pedagogy”;
    • Ullmann, Wolfgang, “R-H’s Contribution Toward Solving a Problem Facing Modern Society”;
    • Van der Molen, “Trinity Sunday”;
    • Wilson, Donald, “The Hegemony of Professionalism: From ‘Awe’-thority to ‘Author’-ity.”
  • Papers presented at the Rosenstock-Huessy Roundtable, meeting in Norwich, Vermont, July 7, 2006. (Note: The texts of these papers are available online via the Argo Books website or http://erhpaperdownloads.blogspot.com.
    • Gardner, Clinton, “In Whom We Live and Move and Have Our Being: R-H and Nikolai Berdyaev as Prophets of Panentheism.”
    • Simmons, Terry, “Varieties of Military Experience: R-H, William James, and the Moral Equivalent of War”;
    • Richter, Christopher, “Approaching Temporality and Human Time-Consciousness Through the Sociology of R-H”;
    • Duncanson, W. Thomas, “Rodomontade: The Attack on the Student as Pedagogical Tactic”;
    • Emerick, Christopher, “Waiting to Inhale: Toward an Understanding of the Spirit as the (Pre)Condition for the Possibility of Speech”;
    • Wilson, Donald, “The Hegemony of Professionalism: Part II”;
    • Oglice, Emanuel, “Self in Community: Man’s Spirit in the Coming Age”;
    • Berman, Harold, “World Law: An Ecumenical Jurisprudence of the Holy Spirit”;
    • Cargill, Meredith, “The Communication Theory of R-H”;
    • Goldman, David, “What R-H Can Teach Us About Globalization and Law”;
    • Lane, Eric, “Why R-H’s ‘Speech and Reality’ Is Important.”
  • Papers presented at the Dartmouth College conference on July 11-12, 2008, “Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy / Franz Rosenzweig: The Dimensions of a Relationship”
    • Wayne Cristaudo, “Rosenstock, Rosenzweig, and Nietzsche”;
    • Robert Erlewine, “The Stubbornness of the Jews: Symmetries and Assymetries in Judaism Despite Christianity” ;
    • H. Michael Ermarth, “From Here to Eternity: The Philosophy of History of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy as Eschatology on the Transmodern Installment Plan;
    • Michael Gormann-Thelen, “ Rosenstock-Huessy’s Soziologie”;
    • Gregory Kaplan, “Why Rosenstock-Huessy Thought Rosenzweig Could Not Simply Remain a Jew”;
    • Claire Katz, “Training Soldiers at Camp William James”;
    • Peter Leithart, “The Social Articulation of Time”;
    • Donald Pease, “Liturgical Thinking”:
    • Randi Rashkover, “Judaism Despite Christianity”.

Appendix A: Duncanson, W. Thomas, Various Scholarly Presentations

  • “Names, Imperatives, and Articulation in the Speech Thought of Eugen Rosenstock- Huessy,” presented to the Central States Communication Association, meeting at Indianapolis, Indiana, 8 April 2006.
  • “The Ontology of Dishonesty: A Study in Communication Ethics,” presented to the Central States Communication Association, meeting at Indianapolis, Indiana, 6 April 2006.
  • “Discursive Disease and Toxic Leadership in the Speech-Thinking of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy,” presented to the “Globalisierte Wirtschaft und HumaneGesellschaft—das Beispiel Russland,” meeting at the Martin Niemöller Haus of The Evangelische Akademie Arnoldshain, Arnoldshain, Germany, 18 November 2005.
  • “Philosophy Matters in Service Learning: Dewey, Freire, and Rosenstock-Huessy.” Presented to the National Communication Association, meeting at Chicago, Illinois, 13 November 2004.
  • “Anti-Rhetoric and Anti-Philosophy in the Speech Thought of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy.” Presented to the Eastern Communication Association, meeting at Washington, DC, 27 April 2003.
  • “Semiosis and Genocide.” Presented to the National Communication Association, meeting at New Orleans, Louisiana, 23 November 2002. (A substantially revised and re-contextualized version of “Broken Crossed Unreality. . .” presented to the Southern States Communication Association, April 2001.)
  • “Theological Language and Symbolic Action in the Speech Thought of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy.” Presented to the National Communication Association, meeting at New Orleans, Louisiana, 21 November 2002.
  • “A Science of Bodies and the Appeal to Somebody: Rosenstock-Huessy’s ‘Rhetoric’ of Science.” Presented to the National Communication Association, meeting at Atlanta, Georgia, 1 November 2001.
  • “Broken Crossed Unreality: A Rosenstock-Huessyan Reading of Shoah Discourse.” Presented to the Southern States Communication Association, meeting at Lexington, Kentucky, 8 April 2001.
  • “Rosenstock-Huessy’s Odd Requirement.” Presented to the National Communication Association, meeting at Seattle, Washington, 9 November 2000.
  • “Knowing / Speaking: A Note on Rosenstock-Huessy, Rhetoric, Epistemology.” Presented to the Western States Communication Association, meeting at Sacramento, California, 28 February 2000.
  • “Theorizing Revolution and the Revolutionary From the Cambodian Example.” Presented to the Speech Communication Association, meeting at Chicago,Illinois 30 October 1992.
  • “The Power of Death; the Remnants of Love.” Contributed to “Towards an Economy of Times: An International Conference on the Work of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy” sponsored by the University of Twente, meeting at Enschede, The Netherlands, 18 August 1992.
  • “Audi, ne moriamer: A Reply to Lamoureux, Wildeson, Leroux, and O’Rourke.” Presented to the Speech Communication Association, meeting at New Orleans, Louisiana, 4 November 1988.
  • “A Note on Rosenstock-Huessy, Communication Studies, and the Prospects for Peace in Our Time.” Contributed to the International Communication Association, meeting at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1 June 1988.
  • “In the Service of Disagreement: The Multiformity of ‘No’ in the Speech Thought of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy.” Contributed to “Word, Service, and Reality: An International Conference” sponsored by the Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy Society of Germany, meeting at Berlin, BRD, 22 July 1985.
  • “Six Propositions Toward a Unified Theory of Decadence for Rhetorical Criticism.” Presented to the Speech Communication Association, meeting at Chicago, Illinois, 3 November 1984.
  • “Critical Knowing, Cultural Ideals, and the University.” Presented to the Iowa Communication Association, meeting at Newton, Iowa, 16 September 1983.

Appendix B: Kroesen, J. Otto, Various Scholarly Presentations

  • ‘Fourfold Responsibility in an Engineering Course on Ethics’, in ‘Planetary Articulation: The Life, Thought, and Influence of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy’, Conference Proceeedings, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois USA, June 2002, pp. 81-90
  • ‘Preparation of students for Participatory and Sustainable Development Projects in Non-Western Countries’ - Otto Kroesen and Martine Ruijgh-van der Ploeg, in de conference proceedings van de ‘Conference on Engineering Education in Sustainable Development’ TU-Delft 24-25 October 2002 (Paper 61) pp 238-246. ISBN 90.5638.090.0
  • Europa met de blik op Oneindig, Nederlands Vlaamse filosofiedag, 6 november 2004, blz. 1-5
  • Kroesen, JO (Sect. Philosophy) (2005, juni 03). A socio-historical perspective on policy and value transfer. Boston, Mass., 25th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment.
  • Kroesen, JO (Sect. Philosophy) (2005, juni 03). Participatory development in rural Bangladesh. Boston, 25th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment.
  • Kroesen, JO (Sect. Philosophy), & Ravesteijn, W (Sect. Technology Assessment) (2006). A cascade of inspiration: a new perspective on the periodization of European history. In 6th European Social Science History Conference . Amsterdam: International Institute of Social History.
  • Kroesen, JO (Sect. Philosophy), & Ravesteijn, W (Sect. Technology Assessment) (2006). Priests of Positivism: Engineers and the Legacy of the Great European Revolutions in a Globalizing World. In Locating engineers: Education, Knowlegde , Desire (pp. 1-14). Blacksburg: Virginiatech.
  • Jong, WM de (TPM Sect. Policy, Organisation and Management) & Kroesen, JO (TPM Sect. Philosophy) (2007). Understanding how to import good governance
  • Practices in Bangladeshi villages. Knowledge, technology and policy, 19(4), 9-25.
  • Kroesen, JO (TPM Sect. Philosophy) & Ravesteijn, W (TPM Sect. Philosophy) (2007). Between Spengler and Rosenstock-Huessy: twofold or threefold thinking within a fourfold reference framework. In G Bluhm (Ed.), The communicatioive construction of transnational political spaces and times (pp. 1-13). Bielefeld. Wetensch. publicatie (artikel in bundel - proceedings / Conf.proc. > 3 pag)

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