The Conference Committee of the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS) invites proposals for participation in “Bodies Matter,” a two-day conference on histories and theories of the body held in Leiden on 15-16 April 2021. It will feature keynote lectures by Dr Elleke Boehmer, Professor of World Literature in English, University of Oxford and Dr Willemijn Ruberg, Associate Professor in Cultural History, Universiteit Utrecht. Final remarks and a concluding session will be supervised by Dr Frans-Willem Korsten, Senior University Lecturer at LUCAS.
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CfP for Book Proposal // Article Proposals for an edited collection | Tracing Disgust: Cultural Approaches to the Visceral (edited by Max Ryynänen, Susanne Ylönen & Heidi Kosonen) | The proposals for an article (300 words) and additional information (such as contact details, affiliation and a short biography), should be sent to editors by August 15th, 2020.
In the 2020-21 ASCA Cities seminar, we will consider recent developments in urban life in the wake of the ongoing global pandemic. In taking up this theme, we are particularly interested in examining the intersections between digital technologies and contemporary urban environments, from the vantage point of creative, cultural, aesthetic and political practices.
Hermen Maat | Groningen Research Arts and Society Platform; University of Groningen (RUG) and the Hanze University (Hanze UAS) | 2020-2024 | supervisors: B. van Heusden & A. Coumans
Irene Alcubilla Troughton | Utrecht University 2020-2024 | Supervisor: Maaike Bleeker
- Bodies Matter August 4, 2020
- Tracing Disgust: Cultural Approaches to the Visceral August 4, 2020
- Cities Seminar: (Post)Pandemic Urbanism August 4, 2020
- Embodied involvement in empathetic relations, in interactive media art June 24, 2020
- Acting Like a Robot May 11, 2020