III INTERNATIONAL BUDO-CONFERENCE

 

Education of personality and self-development:
martial arts traditions and contemporary science

 

10: 00–10: 30 – official opening ceremony
10: 30–12: 10 – Session 1: “Historical Development of Traditional Martial Arts”
12: 10–12: 30 – coffee break
12: 30–14: 10 – Session 2: “Human Brain and Education of Personality: Frontiers of Scientific Research”
14: 10–15: 00 – lunch
15: 00–16: 40 – Session 3: “Ethical and Social Aspects of Martial Arts in Modern World”
16: 40–17: 00 – coffee break
17: 00–18: 40 – Session 4: “Traditional Martial Arts in Pedagogy and Business”
18: 40–19: 00 – official closing ceremony

 

Session 1
Historical Development of Traditional Martial Arts

 

  1. Oleg Benesch, University of York (UK).
    Martial arts, sports, and spiritual training in a global historical perspective.

  2. Aleksey A. Maslov, National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (Moscow, Russia).
    Mental practices in the Shaolin martial arts tradition and the forms of their transformation in modern world.

  3. Alexey M. Gorbylev, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia).
    European origins of Japanese Budo: influence of Herbert Spencer’s (1820–1903) pedagogical concept on Kano Jigoro’s concept of judo (1860–1938).

  4. Dmitriy B. Moiseev, Center for Traditional Methods of Health (Saint-Petersburg, Russia).
    Fundamental changes in the ideology, practice and environment of Chinese martial arts in the late XIX – early XX centuries.

 

Session 2
Human Brain and Education of Personality: Frontiers of Scientific Research

 

  1. Andrey V. Tsvetkov, Centre for Neuropsychology “Izyuminka” (Moscow, Russia).
    Neuropedagogics of education: brain and prospects for personality development.

  2. Vyacheslav A. Dubynin, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia).
    Human brain and motor control.

  3. Kirill V. Kuzmin, Traditional Karate Institute of Russia (Odintsovo, Russia).
    Education of personality in traditional martial arts: the role of prefrontal cortex.

  4. Gennadiy M. Golubchikov, Irkutsk State University (Irkutsk, Russia).
    The opportunities traditional karate-do provides for development of schoolchildren’s regulatory universal learning activities.

 

Session 3
Ethical and Social Aspects of Martial Arts in Modern World

 

  1. Alexander A. Dolin, National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (Moscow, Russia).
    Ethical foundations of traditional martial arts.

  2. George Jennings, Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK).
    Beyond the self: shared cultivation in global martial arts.

  3. Danilo Contiero, University of the West of Scotland (UK).
    Dojo and traditional martial arts: a social community for physical activity and health prevention in later age.

  4. Anton E. Lestev, independent sholar (Kazan, Russia).
    Etiquette as a cultural mechanism of violence limitation and aggression deterrence in the Japanese martial arts traditions.

 

Session 4
Traditional Martial Arts in Pedagogy and Business

 

  1. Tommaso Gianni, British Association of Chinese Studies (UK).
    A comparative approach to martial arts pedagogies. A tentative ethnographic report.
  2. Svetlana A. Kharchenko, Irkutsk State University (Irkutsk, Russia).
    Psychological resources of traditional karate-do coach successful professional personality development.

  3. Marina G. Golubchikova, Irkutsk State University (Irkutsk, Russia).
    The content aspect of a traditional karate-do coach professional retraining program.

  4. Yurii V. Alatortsev, Titan Machinery Ukraine (Ukraine).
    Using principles of Budo in modern management: Samurai Manager Program.