The workshop was conceived as a space in which to promote and plan the work of researchers in the framework of the project MoDe(s) 2. One of the main objectives of the project is to draw up a glossary of concepts that allow us to understand the cultural tensions that are going through the Cold War and that continue to reverberate in contemporary times.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Workshop – Critical imaginaries and expanded semantic fields from the Cold War to contemporaneity #2
Planned for 18 and 19 July at the Complutense University of Madrid, this research workshop is intended as a space for work and dialogue between the members of the MoDe(s)2 project. It is open to the public (excepted the 19th afternoon session).
Critical imaginaries and expanded semantic fields from the Cold War to contemporaneity #2
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
Conference of the Memory Studies Association in Madrid, 25-28 June
The annual conference of the Memory Studies Association is taking place at the Complutense University of Madrid, from 25 to 28 June 2019. The session “Texturas del arte y la memoria en la España contemporánea” includes the participation of María Ruido.
Multimedia updates: Reinventing art’s faculties
The sound recording of the seminar “Reinventing art’s faculties: dissident art and political militancy in the seventies” (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 7 November 2017) are now available in our multimedia section.
Reinventing art’s faculties : dissident art and and political militancy in the seventies
On November 7th at the Fine Arts Faculty of the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, this seminar will address the crossings between artistic experiments and political commitment during the late Francoism and the first transition in Spain.[:]