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DAI BULLETIN 20-21
(week 1) Beginning in Apeldoorn, 25 Sept. ending at Radio Kootwijk, 02 Oct.
Detailed academic schedule for 9 DAI Weeks
At the Limits of the Writerly: Planetarity and the Persistent Reproduction of an Otherwise
Rachel O’Reilly's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT
ROAMING ASSEMBLY is a recurring public symposium, a state-of-the-art speculative and hybrid program inviting to study themes and topics of contemporary relevance to the thinking of art in the world today
by mobilizing our bodies, our intelligences
2020-2021 study group: On Tradition – Future Ancestors: let rhythm be your guiding light.
Tutor Team: Snejanka Mihaylova, Rory Pilgrim. COOP partner: If I Can't Dance I Don't Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution
2020-2021 Study group: ReSituating and ReCalibrating Hostipitality.
Tutor Team: Akinbode Akinbiyi and Kamila Metwaly. COOP partner: SAVVY Contemporary
Grant Watson's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT
2020-2021 study group: Reframing Climate Colonialism: Pleasuring the Radical Imagination.
Tutor team: Ama Josephine Budge, Clementine Edwards, CJC Working Group. COOP partner: Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons
2020-2021 study group ~ Curating Positions: Bodies and Antibodies in Cinema
Tutors: Marwa Arsanios, Leon Filter, Leire Vergara. COOP partner: Bulegoa z/b
The Life and Afterlife of Fascism
Ana Teixeira Pinto's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT
2020-2021 study group: CHUSMA 2.0: A Coalition of Gossips
Tutor Team: Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga, Francesc Ruiz. COOP partner: State Of Concept
Non-aligned curriculum component that offers a platform to the myriad of distinctive voices within our student body.
The Subaltern and the “Free Negro”: Postcolonial Criticism, Afro Pessimism and the Intersectionality of Solidarity
Amit S.Rai's 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT
Writing Sound/Sound Writing: Resonating Materialities II
Hypatia Vourloumis' 2020-2021 seminar for HTDTWT
Ghalya Saadawi's 20-21 seminar for HTDTWT
Platform where student led activities and the Planetary Campus interweave