Entries by Murat Aydemir

Masterclass: Ann Laura Stoler

Masterclass, 3 EC, 7-9 December 2017 | Ann Laura Stoler is Willy Brandt Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology and Historical Studies at The New School for Social Research in New York. She has worked for some thirty years on the politics of knowledge, colonial governance, racial epistemologies, the sexual politics of empire, and ethnography of the archives. During this masterclass, Stoler will address the trajectory of her work and how subjects change both the form and content of the writing process. How do words, concepts, and style matter?

Dissecting Violence

CFP ASCA/NICA Graduate Workshop, deadline October 17, 2017 | Violence is all around us. In Dissecting Violence, we will take on violence and its structures, its imaginaries and representations, as well as the multiple ways it can be resisted.

Cultural Studies Now

NICA Core Course, 6 EC, November-December 2017 | In this course, we will revisit the main genealogies and methodologies of Cultural Studies in relation to current developments, exploring the following five areas of contestation: conjuncture, politics, reality, interdisciplinarity, and culture. How did Cultural Studies start out? What can it now be?

Decolonial Studies and Political Philosophy

NICA Core Course, 6 EC, April-May 2018 | This course looks at the intersection of decolonial studies and normative political philosophy, and tries to address them from a relatively integrated perspective. We bring together both fields in a systematic way by testing normative theories of global justice and human rights in political philosophy against the works of liberalism’s critics from a decolonial or critical theoretical perspective.