Cultural Policy, Arts management and the creative industries

Michael Krause: How Nikola Tesla Invented the 20th Century

http://tesla.byethost10.com/index.php/events

IMPORTANT: please note that the lectures will take place in different locations, and that the Tesla Talk will not be in the usual lecture theatre.

Because the lecture is likely to be of interest to broad audiences, our speaker has kindly agreed to deliver the lecture twice on the same day, with a special lunchtime session in addition to the usual Tesla evening Talks. Please feel free to choose the time that suits you best.

1) time and location: 1pm - 2pm, UCL (University College London),
Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building, WC1E 6BT [read more...]

event: London Digital Humanities Group: Following the Money - 2 June 2011

02/06/2011 17:01

The next meeting of the London Digital Humanities Group will take place at Dr Williams's Library, 14 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0AR on Thursday 2 June at 5pm. The meeting will take the form of a panel discussion on the topic of:

'Following the Money: Funding Digital Humanities Projects in a Period of Austerity'. [read more...]

Location

Dr Williams's Library
14 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0AR
United Kingdom

cfp: CfP: Rethinking the seasons: new approaches to nature

Cultural Studies is not very good at thinking about the place of nature in today's technologically mediated life as it's mainly concerned with “constructivism” or the production of cultural objects, identities and affects. Nature always comes to foil such things, exceeding them, breaking them down, returning them to the earth. The problem is how to “think” nature in this context. And how does this thinking of nature help us to relate to the sciences, with their particular way of thinking of nature as objectified, managed environment. [read more...]

event: Rethinking the seasons: new approaches to nature

17/06/2011

Rethinking the seasons: new approaches to nature

Cultural Studies is not very good at thinking about the place of nature in today's technologically mediated life as it's mainly concerned with “constructivism” or the production of cultural objects, identities and affects. Nature always comes to foil such things, exceeding them, breaking them down, returning them to the earth. The problem is how to “think” nature in this context. And how does this thinking of nature help us to relate to the sciences, with their particular way of thinking of nature as objectified, managed environment. [read more...]

job: 2 jobs at Glasgow School of Art: Head of Research; Head of Architecture

Head of Mackintosh School of Architecture
The Glasgow School of Art
Permanent
Competitive Salary

Providing leadership to one of the UK's most successful architecture schools, your strategic vision for the future of architectural education and research will build on our key academic strengths in learning and teaching, research, knowledge exchange and professional practice.

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Head of Research and Graduate School
The Glasgow School of Art
Permanent
Competitive Salary [read more...]

job: Make Money Writing Historical Tours for the iPhone!

Past Preservers is on the look out for passionate individuals who can utilize Crimson Bamboo’s unique new iPhone platform, Rama, to make history come alive!

Uniting popular history with archival photographs, Rama not only adds a historical narrative to the walking tour, but shows snapshots of the tour route as it actually appeared. It’s the only app that captures the experience of being in Chicago after the Great Fire, on the beaches of Normandy during D-Day, or in Shanghai’s French Concession in the roaring 20s. [read more...]

event: Working Through Psychoanalysis 15-17 April 2011

15/04/2011 18:00
17/04/2011 14:00

WORKING THROUGH PSYCHOANALYSIS: FREUD’S LEGACY IN ART, CINEMA, LITERATURE & POPULAR CULTURE
An interdisciplinary conference at the University of Leeds, April 15–17, 2011

All welcome

The conference is free of charge but advance registration is required.
For registration and a conference schedule, please contact Workingthroughpsychoanalysis@gmail.com by April 13th

If you wish to attend the DM Thomas event but not the larger conference, please
specify in your email.

Inaugural event: D.M. Thomas, author of The White Hotel and Eating Pavlova [read more...]

event: COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities

29/04/2011

The Center for Collaborative Online International Learning
We Are Pleased to Announce a Call for Participation in the COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities [read more...]

Location

SUNY Global Center
116 E. 55th St.
New York NY
United States
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