Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies
On the global flow of individuals, ideas, and images. On belonging, home and displacement.
On the cultural and political conditions for survival and duration in precarious times.
On the organisation and political implications of aesthetic forms and their perception in different times and localities.
On how the technologies, user practices, and political economy of connective media mutually shape each other in different parts of the world.
22 September 2014
Samuel Moyn Public Lecture
The Political Origins of Global JusticeDetails