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  • 3. maj 2017, kl. 13:00-17:00

    Dis/connected Warfare seminar

    DIS/CONNECTED WARFARE

    Program:

    13:00-  Welcome

    13:15-  Yasco Horsman: Drone Bomb Me. Cinema, Law, Politics

    14:15-  Daniela Agostinho: In and Out of Sight: Visualizing War through Data

    15:00-15:30- Break

    15:30-  Ekaterina Kalinina: Theory of Reflexive Control and Disconnected Warfare 

    Moderator: Pepita Hesselberth (Leiden University/ University of Copenhagen).

    *For more information , please contact Pepita Hesselberth pepita@hum.ku.dk

    This seminar is part of her project on Disconnectivity in the Digital Age and affiliated to Digital Cultures and the Uncertain Archives project. The event is made possible with support of the Danish Council for Independent Research | Humanities; Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.

     

     

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  • 10. maj 2017, kl. 10:00-16:00

    Data Management, Migration and Design: creative data in a global world

    A key word for the seminar is data management for end use, in terms of project management, economic facilitation and assessment of quality etc. » Læs mere

  • 19. maj 2017, kl.

    Un-greening Greenness conference

    International conference: confronting positions inherent in the pervasive greenness trope and debating contradictions emerging with its migration across different cultures of knowledge. » Læs mere

  • 22. maj - 23. maj 2017

    The Uncertain Image

    Workshop. » Læs mere

  • 2. november - 3. november 2017

    Multiple Modernisms: a symposium on globalism in postwar art

    Louisiana invites art-historical academics as well as museum professionals and curators for a two-day exchange of research and critical debate on global modernism(s). » Læs mere

  • 4. november - 5. november 2017

    Collaboration and Community-building in Contemporary Japanese Art

    Seminaret vil inkludere perspektiver på hvorledes japanske kunst- og arkitekturprojekter har relevans for udviklingen af socialt engagerende kunst i Danmark og andre steder. » Læs mere