Entries by Murat Aydemir

Enrolment 2018 Barcelona Decolonial Summer School

The Barcelona Decolonizing Knowledge and Power summer school opened its enrolment process for the 2018 edition of the summer school. If you would like to apply, please refer to the following links: http://www.dialogoglobal.com/barcelona The online application form is here: http://www.dialogoglobal.com/barcelona/application.php best wishes, Natalia Rodriguez Program Secretary

Oct 13 | Performing Robots

Transmission in Motion presents: Performing Robots 13 October, 16.30-18.00h at Het Huis (Boorstraat 107, Utrecht) “All the world’s a stage”, Shakespeare famously claimed, “and all the men and women merely players”. Today, we witness new species of players entering the world-stage as social robots are becoming increasingly part of the performance of everyday life and […]

MAP Lectures: Mass Digitization

Lecture Series, Starting October 25, 2 EC | The Leiden Lectures in Media | Art | Politics (MAP) is a monthly series of talks organized by Pepita Hesselberth and Yasco Horsman. Speakers from various academic backgrounds and in different stages of their careers reflect on diverging ways in which technological and social changes challenge and transform the cultural and political conditions of our existence, often in the form of a work-in-progress.

Oct 5 and 7 | Comics and Psychoanalysis

Het Dolhuys, Haarlem, October 5th and 7th On October 5th and 7th Museum Het Dolhuys (Haarlem) and the Dutch Psychoanalytic Association will host a two-day event on the relation between psychoanalysis and comics. Comic book artists Joost Swarte, Aimee de Jongh, Peter de Wit and Marcel Ruijters will exchange ideas about dreams, memories and childhood […]

Fatties: Politics of Volume

CFP, deadline November 20th, 2017 | We call for researchers, activists and artists that problematize, analyze and reflect on the ways fatness is experienced, marginalized, and represented both within mainstream media and institutions as well as within body positive/fat acceptance spaces.