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  • Start 9 Sep 2019
    End 10 Sep 2019
    Sonic Entanglements

    10:30 - 16:00 | Event

    This workshop gathers together scholars of history, anthropology, ethnomusicology, performance studies, media studies, and psychology working on/in the Asia Pacific sound histories, as well as archivists, ...

  • Start 29 Aug 2019
    End 31 Aug 2019
    China is creative!
    China Is Creative! Rethinking Creativity in a Globalized China

    Event

    Who is creative in China today? What does creativity mean in the context of China? And what do these creativities do in an increasingly globalizing China? Artists, activists and academics gather in this three-day ...

  • 7 Jun 2019
    Persophilia: Persian Culture on the Global Scene

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    The Amsterdam Centre for Middle Eastern Studies annual lecture in cooperation with the Faculty of Humanities, Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies, and the Amsterdam Initiative for Iranian Studies

  • Start 5 Jun 2019
    End 7 Jun 2019
    Against the Grain

    Event

    Keynote speakers: Sarah Clancy, Jim Hicks, Frank Keizer. Dates: The event will commence in the late afternoon of 5 June and end by early afternoon of 7 June. A collaboration of ‘Contemporary Poetry and Politics’ ...

  • 16 May 2019
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    Gelijke kansen in de stad

    20:00 - 22:00 | Event

    De presentatie van 'Gelijke kansen in de stad', essaybundel onder redactie van Herman van de Werfhorst en Erna van Hest.

  • 25 Mar 2019
    DNA Molecule
    Opsporing verzocht: ‘ras’ in DNA

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    Het is 25 jaar geleden dat de eerste DNA-wetgeving in Nederland werd ingevoerd. In de jaren erna werd in toenemende mate forensisch DNA ingezet als opsporingsmiddel.

  • 22 Mar 2019
    Bolsonaro’s Brazil: Society and Politics in the Neo-Conservative Turn

    15:00 - 17:00 | Event

    In this public seminar five invited experts will tackle thought-provoking issues that are crucial to understand Bolsonaro’s rise to power. They will also assess the directions of his government’s policies and their ...

  • 14 Mar 2019
    Old Map Brazil
    Diego Acosta (Bristol University). 'The Legal Construction of the Foreigner'

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    Between 1870 and 1930 South America was the second largest recipient of migrants in the world only after the USA. Millions of Europeans emigrated notably to Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. How have countries with 200 ...

  • Start 14 Mar 2019
    End 17 Mar 2019
    Performance Philosophy Biennal

    Event

    Between 14-17 March 2019 the institute of Theatre Studies hosts the Biennial of the international network of Performance Philosophy.

  • Start 10 Dec 2018
    End 11 Dec 2018
    ASCA
    Entanglements of Race, Sound and the Archive: Coloniality and the Globalised Present

    Event

    Organisers: Carolyn Birdsall, Anette Hoffmann. Confirmed speakers: Alejandra Bronfman (University at Albany), Jennifer Stoever (Binghamton University)

  • Start 10 Dec 2018
    End 11 Dec 2018
    ACGS
    Entanglements of Race, Sound and the Archive: Coloniality and the Globalised Present

    Workshop

    Sonic practices and their racialised heritage serve as a departure point for this workshop, which explores the entanglements of race with sound, concepts of voice, and the colonial archive. Performing an archival ...

  • Start 4 Dec 2018
    End 5 Dec 2018
    ACGS
    Big Data from the South: Towards a Research Agenda

    Workshop

    How would datafication look like seen… ‘upside down’? What questions would we ask? What concepts, theories and methods would we embrace or have to devise? These questions are at the core of the two-day research ...

  • Start 29 Nov 2018
    End 1 Dec 2018
    ACGS
    Elvis lives in Amsterdam. Manifestations of the imaginary musician

    Conference

    University of Amsterdam, 29 November - 1 December 2018 Conference convenors: Rutger Helmers and Oliver Seibt.

  • Start 18 Oct 2018
    End 19 Oct 2018
    ACGS
    Fifth Annual ACGS Conference: Global Critical Pedagogies

    Conference

    In a time of fake news, internet memes, and a global information overload, questions of education and pedagogy have become all the more pressing. Globally, institutes of higher education are under threat, facing ...

  • Start 7 Oct 2018
    End 8 Oct 2018
    ACGS
    The Platformization of Cultural Production

    Workshop

    This thematic workshop and special issue explores the platformization of cultural production against the backdrop of wider transformations in the technologies, cultures, and political economies of digital media. ...

  • Start 20 Sep 2018
    End 21 Sep 2018
    ACGS
    Politics of Boredom

    Workshop

    Confirmed keynote speakers: Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam) & Michael E. Gardiner (University of Western Ontario)

  • Start 27 Jun 2018
    End 29 Jun 2018
    ACGS
    The NECS 2018 Conference Media Tactics and Engagement

    Conference

    The University of Amsterdam, the Free University of Amsterdam and Utrecht University are happy to present: The NECS 2018 Conference Media Tactics and Engagement (27-29 June 2018), hosted by the University of ...

  • 26 Jun 2018
    ASCA
    Mediating Brutalism: Spectacles of the Abject

    15:30 - 17:00 | Event

    ASCA/ACGS Lecture by Christoph Lindner, University of Oregon

  • Start 6 Jun 2018
    End 7 Jun 2018
    ACGS
    Decolonial Desires with Dr. Vanessa Agard-Jones

    Lecture

    Lecture and Masterclass: Decolonial Desires with Dr. Vanessa Agard-Jones (Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Columbia University) Lecture Respondent: Dr. Rivke Jaffe (Professor of Cities, Politics and Culture, ...

  • Start 25 May 2018
    End 27 May 2018
    Academy of Failure
    Academy of Failure

    Workshop

    “…failing, losing, forgetting, unmaking, undoing, unbecoming, not knowing may in fact offer more creative, more cooperative, more surprising ways of being in the world.” Judith Halberstam, 2011: 2