Since the Spanish Civil War the antifascist resistance configured models of struggle and collective organization. After the liberation the battle for freedom of the antifascist movement continued in the following decades as part of the struggles for decolonization, anti-imperialism, civil rights and anti-capitalism, especially in radical left movements, in which similar models of resistance … Continue reading Partisan Resistance(s): Visual culture, collective imagination and revolutionary memory
The cycle of encounters Meeting with… proposes to establish a dialogue between the public and a guest (researcher, artist, curator …) who will share his/her lines of research and professional trajectory. The objective is to generate a discussion around issues of common interest. The sessions consist of a brief presentation of the guest, followed by comments and … Continue reading Meeting with… Isabel Plante
This research workshop continues the workshop organized in July 2018, conceived as a space for work and dialogue among the members of the MoDe(s)2 project. MoDe(s)2 seeks to deepen four axes of transversal analysis. They delve into the role that culture and art have had in the multiple conflicts and frictions for the configuration of … Continue reading Critical imaginaries and expanded semantic fields from the Cold War to contemporaneity #2
This research workshop marks the beginning of the second phase of the project, MoDe(s) 2, with the participation of new team members and the deepening of their initial approaches through new lines of research.
Taking place in Barcelona on March 6th and 7th, this workshop proposes to share and discuss methodological and theoretical resources related to the study of cultural and intellectual practices carried out during the Cold War. It is conceived as a join working session including presentations, discussions and shared readings.
Artl@s project in collaboration with MoDe(s) organizes a two-days workshop on digital and spatial methodologies at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, focusing on issues raised by transnational history and the study of the international circulation of objects, people, linguistic expressions and artistic reputations.
The cycle of meetings Talking with… establishes a dialogue with a guest who will share his/her lines of research and career. We inaugurate this cycle in Barcelona on March 23rd with Miriam Basilio, associate professor of History of Art and Museum Studies at New York University.