In the 2018-19 ASCA Cities seminar series we examine the city through the lens of infrastructures. This seminar will take stock of the many failures and crises of infrastructure, gathering thinkers and ideas committed to reparative infrastructures that both anticipate and help sustain sociality. Putting infrastructure at the heart of our social and cultural analysis, as Deborah Cowen (2017) argues, “insists that we ask how power works, in its most mundane and practical ways,” in turn helping to refine concepts of resistance and justice.
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Critical theory has never contented itself with describing surface appearance—and there is no reason why it should today. Fascism, capitalism, and inequality have assumed new forms, and taken on different significance in novel social conditions. This conference aims to reinvigorate critical and theoretical approaches to the present, devoid of dogmatism, but committed to a politics of equality.
Call for Papers: International Conference 6-8 February 2019
International Graduate Center for the Study of the Culture
(Justus Liebig University,Gießen, Germany)
NICA Core Course, 6 EC, April-May 2019 | offered by Toni Pape. In this course, we will explore a mix of seminal and very recent interventions in queer thinking.
Workshop with Natalie Bookchin, June 29, 15.00-18.00. In her art practice, Natalie Bookchin interrogates our contemporary digital surface in order to reveal the social realities that lie beneath.
- Repairing Infrastructures August 13, 2018
- Fascism? Populism? Democracy? Critical Theory in a Global Context July 26, 2018
- Villains! Constructing Narratives of Evil July 24, 2018
- Cultural Studies Now June 25, 2018
- Decolonial Studies and Political Philosophy June 25, 2018