Miriam has been a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the San Sebastian node.
In her work she is taking an enactive and systemic stance on cognitive science, aiming to shed light on the concepts of self and body and their interrelation to sociality. She explores implications of an enactive approach to self for understanding psychopathology, life with bodily impairment and dance.
Her research areas and interests include:
- Philosophy of cognitive science (in particular embodied, enactive, extended approaches to cognition)
- Philosophy of psychiatry and disorders of the self
- Self-constitution and embodied intersubjectivity in dance (Contact improvisation) and other somatic practices