• 21. januar 2013, kl. 11:15

    Sámi Popular Music and the Politics of Aspiration

    Guest lecture by Professor Tina K. Ramnarine.

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  • 1. februar 2013, kl. 15-17

    Touching History: Art, Performance, and Politics in Queer Times

    Public lecture by Mathias Danbolt, University of Bergen/University of Copenhagen.

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  • 22. februar 2013, kl. 15-17

    Specialereceptioner 2013

    Specialereceptioner 2013

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  • 27. februar 2013, kl. 13:15

    Skal lyden på museum?

    Symposium om de store potentialer lyd har for at styrke den kulturhistoriske indsigt.

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  • 4. marts - 22. marts 2013

    Archive Building - Workshop on Anarchival Systems

    Workshop about the collective study and building of an archive by artist and architect Luis Berríos-Negrón

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  • 13. marts 2013, kl.

    Perpetual Beta & Challenges of Capturing Digital Flows

    Bjarki ValtýssonOnsdag 13. Marts, kl. 14.15-16.00KUA, Lokale 21.1.18 Culture encoded in digital form can be described as being in the state of perpetual beta. It is subject to change, and potentially, it never reaches a fixed state. Indeed, it is exchange oriented rather than object oriented. As an example of this a Facebook page, Twitter stream, or Pinterest board generate and gather streams of digital flows that when agile, take different guises from one day to the next. In some cases this is due to the productivity of the sender in question who codes a given page, profile, or board with certain symbolic meaning, purpose and aim. But this is also due the inherent affordances of specific media environments and the imagined collectives they create as networked publics. This ‘fluidness’ of digital flows presents researchers with various methodological challenges, which can be epitomised in the following question: How to capture digital flows? This talk will focus on the methodological challenges I faced when capturing and analysing 2 studies that included streams of communication on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. The first case is centred on the Mayor of Reykjavik’s communication on Facebook. Shortly after his inauguration the Mayor started up a Facebook page, which he calls the ‘Mayor’s Diary’. Currently, approximately 10% of the Icelandic population is following the Mayor’s Diary generating streams of digital flows. The second case is a cross-media study on how social media were applied in the rewriting processes of the Icelandic Constitution. Here, Constitutional council strategically applied social media in order to encourage citizens to assist the council in its rewriting endeavours – again generating vast amounts of data. The focus of this talk will be on the methodological challenges I confronted when capturing and analysing these particular instances of ‘perpetual beta’. [Foredraget er det andet i en række på otte som arrangeres af LARMs WP4.3]

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  • 19. marts 2013, kl.

    Public lectures: Sven Spieker and Luis Berríos-Negrón

    Tuesday, March 19 at 4pm University of Copenhagen Njalsgade 80, room 10.1.54 Sven Spieker: Un-Knowing, Getting Lost, Linking Points in Space: The New Archival Practice   Sven Spieker specializes in modern and contemporary art, with an emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe, and a special interest in issues related to documentary and knowledge production as artistic practices. His latest book focused on the archive as a crucible of European modernism (The Big Archive, MIT Press, 2008). Spieker is the founding editor of ARTMargins Print and a member of the editorial collective that runs ARTMargins Online.  He teaches in the Department of Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies; the Department of Art, the Department of Art and Art History, and the Comparative Literature Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Current projects include a Critical Anthology of Conceptual Art in Eastern Europe; a study of school and teaching in or as art (working title: "Education in the Expanded Field"), as well as a book about Kazimir Malevich in the media age. Luis Berríos-Negrón: Manners, Parameters, and other Gay SciencesLuis Berríos-Negrón focuses on visual arts, material economies, and mass customization all through the lens of architecture. He holds a BA in Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design and a Master of Architecture from MIT, and is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Design and Architectural Strategies of the Technische Universität Braunschweig. In 2012, he was core collaborator of Paul Ryan’s Threeing at Documenta 13 in Kassel and part of group exhibition The Future Archive curated by Ute Meta Bauer at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein in Berlin. In March and April 2013, Berríos-Negrón is a DIVA resident at Department of Arts and Cultural Studies at University of Copenhagen. During this time, he conducts the workshop Archive Building about the collective study and building of an archive. Berríos-Negrón's residency is supported by the Danish Arts Council. He was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and lives and works in Berlin.   The lectures are supported by the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies (IKK), LARM Audio Research Archive, Faculty of Humanities, and the Practice-based Research Group at IKK, University of Copenhagen. For further information, please contact Trine Friis Sørensen, (tfsorensen@hum.ku.dk)

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  • 21. marts 2013, kl. 08:30

    Copenhagen-Somali Seminar: Practicing Art As Politics

    The 1st Copenhagen-Somali Seminar 2013 on the potential of Somali culture in current globalisation.

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  • 2. april 2013, kl. 10:15

    From World History to World Literature: Reflections on a New Comparative Method

    Guest lecture by Professor Shu-mei Shih, UCLA.

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  • 12. april 2013, kl. 15:00

    Strengthen the Humanities. MediaArtHistories, Image Science & the Archive 2.0

    Public Lecture by Prof. Dr. Habil. Oliver Grau.

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  • 7. maj 2013, kl. 16:17

    Kunstneren som ung - Thomas Mann i et europæisk lys

    En samtale mellem ekstern lektor Morten Dyssel Mortensen, Institut for Engelsk, Germansk og Romansk, KU; lektor Lilian Munk Rösing, Institut for Kunst- og Kulturvidenskab, KU; og professor Søren Fauth, Aarhus Universitet.

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  • 17. maj 2013, kl. 13:00

    Kulturradikalismens musik

    Lektor Michael Fjeldsøe, Institut for Kunst- og Kulturvidenskab, Københavns Universitet, forsvarer sin doktordisputats.

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  • 30. maj 2013, kl. 17

    Kierkegaards radikalitet

    Foredrag v/ lektor Lilian Munk Rösing, Institut for Kunst- og Kulturvideskab, Københavns Universitet.

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  • 30. august 2013, kl. 13:00

    Ghérasim Luca and the invention of a statelessness poetry

    Foredrag ved lektor Laura Erber (Science of Theatre Department, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro State - UNIRIO).

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  • 26. september 2013, kl. 17

    Tanken i livets gådefuldhed - Kierkegaard & Løgstrup

    Foredrag v/ adjunkt Peter Aaboe Sørensen, Institut for Kultur og Samfund - Idéhistorie, Aarhus Universitet.

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  • 18. oktober 2013, kl. 17:00

    Images and Prehistories in Visual Culture and Bildwissenschaft

    IKK Lecture Series 2013-2014 presenting Whitney Davis, Professor of History and Theory of Ancient and Modern Art, University of California at Berkeley.

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  • 1. november 2013, kl. 10:00-10:15

    Humaniora synger morgensang

    Syng dig i godt humør til weekenden Første fredag i måneden kl. 10.00-10.15 arrangerer Musikvidenskab morgensang for alle studerende og ansatte. Vi samles omkring flyglet på Universitetstorvet.  

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  • 1. november 2013, kl. 13:00-15:00

    Billedernes mobilitet: Om det visuelle i homoseksuelle kulturer

    Læs om arrangementet her.

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  • 1. november 2013, kl. 09:00-11:30

    Changing Disasters: Kick off

    2016-projektet ”Changing Disasters” skydes i gang med et kick off arrangement i festsalen den 1. november. Projektet er et tværfakultært samarbejde, og Isak Winkel Holm  fra IKK deltager i forskningsprojektet som co-Principal Investigator. Arrangementet er offentligt og retter sig især til ansatte og studerende, som er interesseret i emnet. Tilmeldingen lukker den 25. oktober. Læs mere på projektets hjemmeside.

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  • 29. november - 1. december 2013

    Framings - Interdisciplinær konference

    Framings - interdisciplinær koncerence

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  • 29. november 2013, kl. 29:2013

    Affective World Literature. The Continuity of Consciousness in the Literary Theory and Novels of Japanese Writer Natsume Sõseki

    Annette Thorsen Vilslev forsvarer sin ph.d.-afhandling. Læs mere her.

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  • 5. december 2013, kl. Kl. 15


    A lecture about designing spaces for cultural experiences, illustrated by the work of Peter Clegg and FCB Studios’ architectural projects. In this lecture, Peter Clegg will talk about one of London’s current major art and culture projects:  The new scheme for the redevelopment of the Southbank Centre in London. Peter Clegg will talk about his experiences, both in previous and ongoing projects, and he will give an introduction to FCB Studios approach to cultural and educational buildings in terms of designing social spaces for the visual and performing arts, user involvement, creative and strategic planning, public dialogue about changes in urban environments, etc. There will be time for questions and an open debate after the lecture.

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  • 12. december 2013, kl. 10:02-10:13

    'Akademisk kvarter'-koncert

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  • 13. december 2013, kl. 10:02-10:13

    Humaniora synger morgensang

    Musikvidenskab arrangere morgensang den 1. fredag i måneden

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