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PARSE international research conference

Conference

Welcome to the 3rd PARSE research Conference. This time with the theme "Human".

See the whole programme and register at parsejournal.com

The theme Human
We welcome contributions that engage with:

* the inhuman, the subhuman, the body and inscriptions of the human (the contested universality of the human across the divisions of class, race, gender, trans, queer, ableism, neurodiversity)

* the imperiled non-human (the Anthropocene, nature, ecological catastrophe) and the technological non-human and objecthood (tools, machine, nature, world of objects, OOO, robotics, algorithms etc)

* the posthuman, pedagogy and the institution (anti-humanism, anti-anthropocentrism, critique of the humanities, the human produced by the university, knowledge and distinction, disciplines of the human)

* human mobility and nationhood (transnationalism, cosmopolitanism, migration, human rights, personhood)

* biopolitics, necropolitics and the governance of the category of the human

* decoloniality, post- and neo-colonialism (slavery, indigeneity, empire, desegregation, white Suprematism, white privilege)

PARSE is a research publishing project of the Faculty of Fine, Applied, and Performing Arts at the University of Gothenburg. PARSE produces an open-access, online peer reviewed journal, a newsletter and different kinds of meetings, such as the PARSE Dialogues and the biennial international PARSE conference.

Date & hour: 11/13/2019 at 12:00 PM till 11/15/2019 at 7:00 PM

Categories: Art, Research, International

Organizer: Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts, University of Gothenburg

Location: Göteborg

Event URL: Read more about PARSE international research conference

Contact person: Rose Borthwick

Page Manager: Karoline Axelson|Last update: 2/26/2018
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