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Events from the previous research programme Mediality, Materiality and Aesthetic Meaning (2012-2016)

Thu 19 May
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Aarhus Universitet, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. Signs of Death: On Burial and Writing in Deconstruction and Cultural Memory Studies (Derrida, Assmann)
Hans Ruin. Professor of Philosophy at Södertörn University, Stockholm. He is President of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology, Co-editor of Nietzsche´s Collected Works in Swedish, Member of the Board of Nietzsche Studien, Sats and Jahrbuch für Hermeneutische Philosophie
Thu 12 May
18:00-20:00 | At Kunsthal Aarhus, J. M. Mørks Gade 13, Aarhus
Aesthetic Seminar. Mellem zen og mord: Om syrede detektiver, tilværelsen på kanten af samfundet og hinsides
Peter Ole Pedersen. Adjunkt ved Aarhus Universitet og beskæftiger sig med populærkultur, dokumentarfilm og samtidskunst.
Fri 29 Apr
13:15-16:00 | Kasernen, Aarhus Universitet, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. Underneath and Above the South Only Cosmos
Nikos Papastergiadis. Director of the Research Unit in Public Cultures, based at The University of Melbourne. He is a Professor in the School of Culture and Communication at The University of Melbourne and founder – with Scott McQuire – of the Spatial Aesthetics research cluster.
Thu 14 Apr
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Aarhus Universitet, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. Visibilities and Invisibilities in the Realm of the Umwelt: Contested Images and the Polis
Caroline A. Jones. Professor of Art History at the Department of Theory, History and Criticism, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She studies modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on its technological modes of production, distribution, and reception
Thu 10 Mar
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Aarhus Universitet, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. A Fluid Game: The Dematerialization of Society and Its Art Objects
Nina Möntmann. Professor of Art Theory and the History of Ideas at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, curator and writer
Thu 03 Mar
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Aarhus Universitet, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. The Tectonics of the Soul: Architecture, Animism, and Tree Worship
Spyros Papapetros. Associate Professor of history and theory in the School of Architecture and a member of the executive committee of the program in European Cultural Studies and the program in Media and Modernity at Princeton University