Lectures in Media, Art, Politics
The Leiden Lectures in Media | Art | Politics (MAP) is a monthly series of talks organized by Pepita Hesselberth and Yasco Horsman. Speakers from various academic backgrounds and in different stages of their careers reflect on diverging ways in which technological and social changes challenge and transform the cultural and political conditions of our existence, often in the form of a work-in-progress. This year’s theme: mass-digitization. Informal in character and open to all, every last Wednesday of the month.
Time & Place
Every last Wednesday of the month (during the semesters) from 17h-18h30 in LIPSIUS 148 (2017) and LIPSIUS 227 (2018), Leiden University.
The MAP Lectures are open to everyone, also from beyond the university. All staff and students are cordially invited, and we encourage ResMa, PhD students, and postdocs to participate. Places are limited. Best to be on time. ResMA students can earn ECs for attendance. For more information, please contact the organizers.
The series is made possible with the generous support of:
- MAP Lectures Archive 2014-2017 (poster design Margreet Vermeulen)
- Passed related events