Spectres of others ’68: Aesthetic Genealogies and Global Activism. January 9-10th, 2019 in Barcelona

Decentralizing the accounts of 1968, both chronologically and geographically, this seminar proposes to explore the role of ‘the other’ in the configuration of the movements of revolt of the 1960s, tracing the political genealogies and utopian horizons that were conceived and are still visible (and claimed) in contemporary times. While Kristin Ross denounced the depoliticization of … Continue reading Spectres of others ’68: Aesthetic Genealogies and Global Activism. January 9-10th, 2019 in Barcelona

Spectres of others ’68: Aesthetic Genealogies and Global Activism

Decentralizing the accounts of 1968, both chronologically and geographically, this seminar proposes to explore the role of ‘the other’ in the configuration of the movements of revolt of the 1960s, tracing the political genealogies and utopian horizons that were conceived and are still visible (and claimed) in contemporary times. While Kristin Ross denounced the depoliticization of … Continue reading Spectres of others ’68: Aesthetic Genealogies and Global Activism

Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world

The concept of work has undergone several changes over the course of history. These changes not only refer to a relationship with the different ruling economic models, they are also related to transformations in the way of thinking, feeling and being of the human being. In other words, we have also to consider work as … Continue reading Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world

Seminar Scenarios, representations and transformations of labour in the global world – November 28th in Barcelona

This seminar questions the variable geographies of the new composition of labour, opening up debates and questions that tackle the transformations in the composition of the force of labour, in the dynamics of capitalist valorisation, in the lines of conflict and in the processes of constitution of subjectivities.

Conclusions of the doctoral seminar (6-7 March)

Kate Domin gives us a summary of our doctoral seminar of 6 and 7 March, which aspired to open lines of discussion on the tools and methodological resources involved in the task of creating a transnational history of art. In addition, participants’ bibliography is shared.

Doctoral workshop – Questioning the great divide(s) during the Cold War: a tool box for a transnational history of art

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.

Between diplomacy and dissidence: politics of exhibition and curatorial positioning during the Cold War

This seminar (13 December 2017 in Barcelona) aims to generate a debate around the importance of exhibition policies and curatorial practices, in order to understand the cultural dynamics of a period in which the geopolitical scene needed all the means available to transmit new stories.