Jelke Bosma | University of Amsterdam | 2019-2023 | Supervisors: Niels van Doorn and Rivke Jaffe
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Call for Proposals Postgraduate Roundtable organized by Sara Brandellero at University College London, 23 April 2020 | Deadline for submissions: 13 January 2020
Seminar by Ellen Rutten | May 19, 2020, 3-6 pm | Venue: Spui25 | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students | Credits: 1EC | With a team of internationally renowned expert scholars, writers, and artists, we explore nation branding and popular geopolitics by zooming in on Putin-era Russia – a place and time that allow us to study neo-nationalism as a vivid joint interest (and, in some cases, object of mockery) of both official institutions and rappers, poets, designers, and other ‘other’ voices.
Lecture by Darby English | January 13, 2020, 18.00 for lecture and Q&A (through February 2020 for display) | Oude Lutherse Kerk, Singel 411 | In the final chapter of his new book “To Describe a Life: Notes at the Intersection of Art and Race Terror” (2019), the maverick art historian Darby English sets out “to describe rather than contain” a very curious object: “Lorraine Motel, April 4 1968”. This is a model of the site of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, produced by the design firm Boym Partners in 1998 as part of the Buildings of Disaster series.
Aafje Roest | Leiden University | 2019-2023 | supervisors Yra van Dijck and Bram Ieven. | The unprecedented popularity of Dutch hip-hop raises the question how Dutch young people with different backgrounds seek and (re)define their cultural identity against a local background.
- Jelke Bosma, The Urban Opportunites and Challenges of Airbnb December 12, 2019
- Night Scenes December 12, 2019
- McNation: State Branding in and Beyond Russia December 4, 2019
- To Describe a Life December 4, 2019
- +31 Negotiating Cultural Identity in Dutch Online Youth Culture: Hip-Hop’s represent December 4, 2019