Network sites

Baseline institutional sites constitute core ‘nodes’ of our international Network where our extended faculty is based. Prospective applicants for the project Funding Opportunities can consider making their application with the Network Sites as potential host institutions for Knowledge Exchange Fellowships, events, research groups, mentoring schemes or other Project related activities. These activities can lead, for example, to the production of academic outputs such as, for instance, papers, publications, translations or major grant applications. The Network Sites include a number of institutions and organisations from across a variety of disciplines and places around the globe: 

1.     Orygen , Australia  (Contact: Professor Barnaby Nelson)

2.     Santa Casa de São Paulo School of Medical Sciences, Brazil (Contact: Professor Guilherme Messas, Head of the Postgraduate Program on Phenomenological Psychopathology)

3.     Centre for Health, Humanities and Science, Bristol University, U.K.  (Contact: Professor Havi Carel)

4.     Department of Communication and Philosophy, Florida Gulf University, U.S.A. (Contact: Professor Kevin Aho, Chair of the Department)

5.     UCD Centre for Ethics in Public Life, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin, Ireland (Dr Danielle Petherbridge, Director of the Centre)

6.     Film Studies Department, Queen Mary University, London, U.K. (Contact: Professor Lucy Bolton)

7.     The Foundation for Psychiatry and Philosophy, Netherlands (Contact: Dr Wouter Kusters)

8.     Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan  (Contact: Professor Kohji Ishihara)

9.     Heidelberg University,  Psychiatric University Clinic  (Contact: Prof. Thomas Fuchs)

10.  Department of Philosophy, University of New Mexico, U.S.A. (Contact Professor Ann Murphy, Chair of Department)

11.  University of Florence (Contact: Professor Giovanni Stanghellini)

12.  Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham, U.K., (Contact: Professor Matthew Broome, Director of the Institute,  Dr Lucienne Spencer or Dr Roxana Baiasu)

13.  Faculty of Psychology and Educational SciencesDepartment of Psycho-analysis and Clinical Consulting, Ghent University, Belgium (Contact: Professor Jasper Feyaerts)

14.  Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford (Contact: Professor Paul Lodge, Professor Joseph Schear , Professor Mark Wrathall)

15.  Department of Philosophy, University of York, UK (Contact: Professor Matthew Ratcliffe

16.  Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies Umeå University, Sweden (Contact: Dr Sofia Jeppsson).

17.  The PhenoLab  (Contact: Dr Francesca Brencio)

18.  Department of Philosophy, California State University, U.S. (Contact: Dr Susi Ferrarello)

19.  Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Department, Faculty of Nursing, Mansoura University, Egypt (Contact: Dr Nashwa Ibrahim)

20.  Stanford University in Oxford (Contact: Dr Roxana Baiasu)

21. Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol, UK (Contact: Professor Havi Carel)

22. Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham (Contact Dr Ian James Kidd, Dr Craig French and Dr Joe Cunningham)

23. Department of Philosophy, University of Cardiff, UK (Contact Professor Jonathan Webber, Dr Lucy Osler and Dr Jonathan Mitchell)

24. The European Association of Phenomenology and Psychopathology (EAPP) Paris (Contact Professor Natalie Depraz  and Professor Philippe Cabestan)

25. Departmento de filosofia, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Chile (Contact Dr Mauro Senatore)

26. Clinica psiquiatrica universitaria, Universidad de Chile, Chile (Contact Dr Jonathan Veliz Uribe

27. Psychiatric Hospital, University of Zurich, Humanities in Mental Health & University of Zurich, Competence Centre for Language and Medicine (Contact: Dr. Anke Maatz)

28. Department of Psychology, Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York, U.S.  (Contact: Dr Elizabeth Pienkos)