Entries by Eloe Kingma

Transmission in Motion Seminar (2019-2020)

“Expanded Practices of Knowing: Interdisciplinary Approaches” | The Transmission in Motion Seminar is a more-or-less monthly gathering of researchers and students from across disciplines. To participate, please send an email to tim@uu.nl to receive additional information and readings. RMA Students can acquire 3 EC if they attend all meetings and write blog posts after each meeting. Please register at tim@uu.nl. For more information, contact Maaike Bleeker at m.a.bleeker[a]uu.nl.

Imagining climate change: The visual arts to the rescue?

Ulrike Hahn | EUR | 2019-2023 | Supervisors: Filip Vermeylen, Pauwke Berkers, Katja Kwastek | Humanity has entered a new era, often labelled the Anthropocene – the human epoch. It poses a significant threat to the ecological integrity of the planet, particularly through human-caused climate change. The abstract and complex nature of climate change makes it a topic that is often framed and visualised in overly scientific and problem-focused ways. Ulrike Hahn’s research studies a promising alternative approach for imagining climate change from the contemporary visual arts.

(Un)timely Crises: Chronotopes and Critique

ASCA/OSL Conference | Amsterdam, 17-18 October 2019 | Organized by: Maria Boletsi (Leiden University and University of Amsterdam), Natashe Lemos-Dekker (University of Amsterdam), Kasia Mika (Queen Mary, University of London), Ksenia Robbe (University of Groningen)

Decolonizing & Indigenizing Justice: Confronting Colonial Injustice in an “Age of Reconciliation”?

NICA Masterclass with Patricia Barkaskas (Instructor & Director Indigenous Community Legal Clinic, University of British Columbia) | For: (research) master students / PhD candidates | Date: Friday, November 1, 2019 | Time: 10:00-12:00 | Location: University Library (Potgieterzaal), Singel 425, Amsterdam. | 1 EC | This masterclass considers questions connected to the project of a decolonial resistance pedagogy, and its significance in Canada for the project of decolonizing and Indigenizing justice.