12 search results for “posthumanism” in the Public website
Faculty of Humanities
Writing the Earth, Darkly: Globalization, Ecocriticism, and Desire
References to nature and the environment in the Caribbean literary and the contemporary age of globalization.
Pluralism within Parameters : towards a mature evaluative historiography of science
Historiography of science is in its current self-image a non-evaluative discipline. Its main goal is to understand past processes of knowledge formation on their own terms. In the last few decades this approach has greatly improved our understanding of the phenomenon of science. Yet, something strange…
Post-everything: An intellectual history of post-concepts
What does it mean to live in an era of ‘posts’? At a time when ‘post-truth’ is on everyone’s lips, this volume seeks to uncover the logic of post-constructions – postmodernism, post-secularism, postfeminism, post-colonialism, post-capitalism, post-structuralism, post-humanism, post-tradition, post-Christian,…
Centre for Art, Literature and Law (CALL)
The center studies the many ways in which issues of law and justice are dealt with in art and literature with a focus on liminal issues and cases. These are issues and cases where law comes to the limits of what it is capable of dealing with and art and literature explore the implications of what is…
BASCE brings together those in the Benelux who are committed to exploring the changing relations between culture and the environment.
“The Silence of the Monks - The Ethics of Everyday Sounds” by Marcel Cobussen in Ethics and Christian Musicking
Point of departure of this meditation on the ethical role of sounds and silences within Christian rites and other religious practices is the documentary Into Great Silence. It is an intimate portrayal of the everyday lives of Carthusian monks of the Grande Chartreuse, a monastery high in the French…
A rock star in a Petri dish
Featuring the world’s first neural synthesizer, artist Guy Ben-Ary and his collaborators will perform at the TodaysArt Festival in The Hague on 21 September. For this performance, he collaborated with the lab of Erik Danen to transform neural stem cells into neural networks on a chip.
CFP MA Masterclass Feminist Theory with Lynne Huffer
CFP: Two-day PhD/ Research MA masterclass Feminist Theory with and around the work of Prof. dr. Lynne Huffer organised by the OZSW in cooperation with NOG
ESOF ‘Art Exploring Science’ session will connect art and science
How can we view societal challenges from a different perspective? At the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF), Robert Zwijnenberg, Emeritus Professor of Art and Science Interactions, will call for more collaboration between artists and scientists.
Exhibition of sound installation 'Bird language' by Helena Nikonole
Fault Lines: Design/ Research Symposium
Arts and culture, Symposium