Fotini Gouseti (DAI, 2013) warmly recommends Pelion Summer Lab for Cultural Theory and Experimental Humanities (PSL): a 10-day program (June 28-July 8, 2018) in Hania at the top of Mt. Pelion. DEADLINE: MAY 13
I would like to inform you on this summer school which I consider as highly recommended.
Professor Papailias is my new PhD supervisor, and I know that the interdisciplinary approach of this initiative can be of groundbreaking influence for artists interested in the field of anthropology.
Warm regards from Capacete in Rio,
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the second annual Pelion Summer Lab for Cultural Theory and Experimental Humanities (PSL), an initiative of the Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology and the Laboratory of Social Anthropology of the University of Thessaly, co-organized with the Research Centre for the Humanities based in Athens.
The aim of this 10-day program (June 28-July 8, 2018), which will be held in Hania at the top of Mt. Pelion, is to convene an interdisciplinary group of graduate students, advanced undergraduates, academics and cultural producers from fields such as anthropology, history, arts, political philosophy, gender studies, literary and cultural studies and new media studies for a period of intensive and provocative exchange regarding the pressing problems and questions of our research and our worlds.
The theme of this year’s Pelion Summer Lab – Liminal Lives and Para-Sites --will center on the liminal lives and parasitic/viral networks of the early 21st century through a genealogical perspective, which brings out the constitutive power of experimentation as a way of reshaping the world from early modernity to today.
The deadline for applications is May 13, 2018.
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Penelope Papailias, on behalf of the organizing committee
The organizing committee:
Penelope Papailias, University of Thessaly
Mitsos Bilalis, University of Thessaly
Christina Mitsopoulou,University of Thessaly
Pantelis Probonas, University of Thessaly Petros Petridis, University of Thessaly
The academic committee:
Athena Athanasiou (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences)
Eirini Avramopoulou (Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences)
Mitsos Bilalis (University of Thessaly)
Ada Dialla (Athens School of Fine Arts)
Laura Kunreuther (Bard College)
Penelope Papailias (University of Thessaly)
Elena Tzelepis (University of Thessaly)
Vassiliki Yiakoumaki (University of Thessaly)
Ioanna Laliotou (University of Thessaly)
Yiannis Papatheodorou (University of Ioannina)