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Wed 28 Jul
10:00-17:00 | Aarhus Universsity
Medievalism and the North
The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to explore constructions of the medieval North across genres and media from the Nordic renaissance in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to the present.
Wed 23 Jun
10:00-13:00 | Webinar online
Critical Data Studies: Fermenting Data
Webinar online
Mon 21 Jun
10:00-11:30 | Zoom
Koku G. Nonoa, University of Luxembourgh. Intersectional Imagination: Issues of Representation and Diversity in European Theatre
The CT Research Group “Paradigms of Dramaturgy” and the European Association for the Study of Theatre and Performance (EASTAP) invite you to the PhD Researcher - Lecture Workshop Koku G. Nonoa, University of Luxembourg.
Fri 18 Jun
13:00-14:00 | -
CANCELLED! Repetition Trouble: A Picture Atlas of the Girl from Penelope Boothby to Greta Thunberg
Inquiries into the Political and the Aesthetic (IPA) are happy to announce the next PRAXIS study group with Jakob Rosendal, postdoc at KØN – Gender Museum Denmark and Aarhus Universitet, who will share his work on the picture atlas as a research tool. The PRAXIS study group is an open forum for discussing, exploring and testing different analytical and practical research methods and approaches together with fellow researchers.
Mon 14 Jun
09:00-15:00 |
Evaluering af kulturinitiativers sundhedsfremmende potentialer
14.-15. juni + 24. juni 2021
Thu 10 Jun
14:00-15:30 | Zoom
Everyday Self-reflection from Heidegger to Hamaguchi – Concept Narratives in Film and in Literature
Lecture by Reidar Due, Magdalen College – Oxford University followed by Bodil-Marie Stavning Thomsen’s response. This paper discusses the aesthetic representation of self-reflection within concept narratives, in film and in literature. Based on the philosopher Martin Heidegger’s phenomenology in his work Sein und Zeit (Being and Time, 1927), the paper develops a concept of representation of everyday self-reflection and asks the question: how can a subject of self-reflection be represented aesthetically, in such a way that this subject is not identical with that of a psychological character in a realist novel (or film)? The conceptual novel Abfall für alle, Roman eines Jahres (2003) by Rainald Goetz, presents the self-portrait of a character whose life largely consists of reflections upon the world around him. The Japanese director Ryusuke Hamaguchi, in his cycle of five short films Senses (Happy Hour, 2015), develops techniques that were first introduced by the French director Eric Rohmer. They consist in presenting characters who are engaged in self-presentation, while reflecting upon themselves, in the company of others. We may now ask: to what extent is everyday self-reflection governed by norms of truth in these concept narratives? This question leads to a discussion of the concept of truth-saying in the later works of Michel Foucault.
Thu 03 Jun
13:00-14:00 | Zoom
Mathias Danbolt in Relation to Researching with Artists
IPA’s talk-series “In relation to”
Fri 28 May
13:00-16:00 | Zoom
PhD Defence: David Hasberg Zirak-Schmidt
The Life of Kingdoms: Staging Royal Succession in Caroline Drama.
Thu 27 May
15:00-17:00 | Online
PhD course: Researching Transnational Television
The three-day course is held May 27 - 29, 2021
Thu 27 May
14:15-16:00 | Zoom
Kim West: Autonomous Cultural Practices: Some Thoughts on the "Long Revolution" of Cultural Democratization
Aesthetic Seminar. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic all Aesthetic Seminars are online and transmitted on Zoom and you must sign up for participation. If circumstances allow, we will locate them at Aarhus University or Kunsthal Aarhus as well. Venues then to be announced.

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