“On Agency”, part 2 of the 3-part workshop series “Circulation of knowledge, agency and branding in a museum setting” | Date: TBC | Time: 10.00 – 17.00 | Venue: Stedelijk and seminar room (TBC) | Open to: postgraduate and research students, members of the Huizinga Institute and NICA | Credits: 1 ECTS (available upon request) | Coordination: Eve Kalyva
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The ASCA/NICA Seminar Series “Critical Race Theory” (CRT) is designed to offer an overview of this relatively new and burgeoning field. The seminar is organized and hosted by Praveen Sewgobind. To register, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. A very limited number of RMA students may earn 6 EC by participating and writing a 5,000 words paper.
NICA 6 EC Core Course by Toni Pape | Thursdays from 8 April through 13 May 2021
NICA 6 EC Core Course by Murat Aydemir on Fridays, 15:00-17:00. Through Canvas/Zoom |
Dates: October 9, October 16, October 30, November 6, November 13, November 20, December 4|
Enrolment: contact Eloe Kingma at email@example.com before September 26. Be sure to specify your research-master programme and university.
NICA 6 EC Core Course offered by Yolande Jansen | University of Amsterdam | 7 April -26 May 2021 | This course looks at the intersection of decolonial studies and normative political philosophy, and tries to address them from a relatively integrated perspective. We bring together both fields in a systematic way by testing normative theories of global justice and human rights in political philosophy against the works of liberalism’s critics from a decolonial or critical theoretical perspective.
- Night Stories: Urban Narratives of Migrant Lives in Europe September 23, 2020
- Melodramas of the Tongue: Accented Speech in Literature, Art, and Theory September 16, 2020
- Call for Papers Journal of Gender Studies September 15, 2020
- Radical Interdisciplinarity September 11, 2020
- Posthuman Futures: Art & Literature September 4, 2020