This week I got to hear Susan- Buck Morss speak (one of my old academic imaginary heroes I never thought I’d see in person). The Lecture and… Read more “On thinking spaces that opened up in Warwick Uni this last week”
I like the first 45 seconds of the track.. it tells a story of cafe that is over there at the crossroads, where there is a hearth,… Read more “On growing old with a four year old world-making project”
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On March 31st, I was fortunate to attend one of three events that Donna Haraway held at the BOZAR in Brussels. The themes…
This promises to be a rewarding Easter weekend read. “The Un-Exceptional Middle Eastern City” edited by Sarah El Kazaz and Kevin Mazur and featuring Nancy Reynolds (author… Read more “New special section in City and Society on the Middle East”
The third blog post from Andrei Belibou’s series of posts on holes. In this post Andrei ends on the ever so hopeful note:
“sometimes we get lucky to find treasures of many kinds when what we walk on is forced to give way.”
Of course ever since we started working on the project, I have developed the tendency to spot holes every where; after a while one comes to feel (rather than read, or know, or assume) how unsettling being with holes can get..
I spotted holes in mass graves, in Kusama’s polka dots, in the roots of the very blossomy spring trees on Campus. Holes bring light (windows), and darkness (the abyss), memories and escapes..
Andrei’s post speaks about all the conflicting pasts we find underneath our cities.
Source: Finding the Past in Holes
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Par Reem Saad Anthropologue, Université Américaine du Caire عبر الأفرع المعرفية، لا تفتقد الكتابات الأكاديمية إلى التعريفات الدقيقة والشاملة لمفهوم الهامشية. ومن أمثلة…
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I will contribute to a panel this evening at the University of Wyoming Art Museum, about the status…