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Research Center Open Reading Group
22 March 2023 / online
Every second Wednesday 17-19h
Wednesday 22.03.23 17h online
Maurice Meewisse proposes: Chantal Mouffe: “For an Agonistic Model of Democracy”, chapter 4 from “The Democratic Paradox”, Verso 2009
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The Research Center Open Reading Group follows the research trajectories of the Associate Researchers with text proposals from the collective library of the current Research Center and new texts written by the researchers themselves. The reading group is public and open to join in person and online.
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Meeting ID: 765 474 8465
28.09.22 @ Radical House
caterina daniela mora jara, AR
12.10.22 @ Radical House and online
Florian Cramer and Nienke Terpsma, What is wrong with the Vienna Declaration on Artistic Research?
26.10.22 at apass and online
A House in the Dutch East Indies by Paoletta Holst
Maurice Meewisse proposes: Mark Cousins “On Support”, from: Celine Condorelli “Support Structures”
Tulio Rosa proposes: a chapter from “Potential History, Unlearning Imperialism” by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay
Vladimir Miller proposes: introductory chapter from “Constituent Imagination: Militant Investigations, Collective Theorization.” S. Shukatis, D. Graeber & E. Biddle (Eds.),
Wednesday 4.01.23 17h online
Paoletta Holst proposes: Ann Laura Stoler, “Interior Frontiers” in: Ann Laura Stoler, Stathis Gourgouris, And Jacques Lezra, [Ed]. Thinking with Balibar A Lexicon of Conceptual Practice. Fordham University Press: New York, 2020, pp. 99-115 (pdf)
Wednesday 18.01.23 17h online
Maurice Meewisse proposes: texts from
Manifesta Journal #8- collective curating (2009): “The crux of polyphonic language, or the thing as gathering” by Katharine Schieben and other texts
Wednesday 01.02.23 online
caterina daniela mora jara proposes: “inflation, debt, budget” – her own text in progress; and the chapter “Naming Material” by Jeroens Peters from “And then it got legs’”
Tulio Rosa proposes: “YWY, Searching for a Character between Future Worlds: Gender, Ecology, Science Fiction”
Edited by Pedro Neves Marques.
Wednesday 01.03.23 17h at a.pass and online
Vladimir Miller proposes: Eve Tuck ‘Breaking up with Deleuze: desire and valuing the irreconcilable’, (2010)
Wednesday 08.03.23 17h at a.pass and online
Túlio Rosa proposes: “Self Defense: a philosophy of violence”, by Elsa Dorli. Introduction and first chapter.