Oct 18-19. 2018 Autumn Workshop “Remains, Ruins, Landscapes”

Organized by
Liliana Gómez (Romanisches Seminar, UZH)
in cooperation with Stephenie Young (Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Salem State University, Massachusetts)

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Sept 13-14. 2018 Workshop “Artists and Agents. Performance Art and the Secret Services”, as part of the exhibition 100 Ways of Thinking, Universität Zürich in der Kunsthalle

“The archives of the Operation Condor. Dissonant narratives in the works by Paz Encina and Voluspa Jarpa”
Liliana Gómez (UZH)

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Sept 10 – 14. 2018 Conflict and Coexistence

University of Münster, Germany
Organizers: UEAI (Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants)
“Taqrīr Mehlis: Aesthetic Representations of Amnesia in Beirut and the Role of Fiction in Resurrecting Trauma”
Dani Nassif (University of Münster)

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Aug 28. 2018 Collective Painting in situ. Practical excerpt from the 3 month workshop “How to Teach Art”

as part of the exhibition 100 Ways of Thinking, Universität Zürich in der Kunsthalle
With the participation of María Ordóñez (UZH)

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Aug 25 - Nov 11. 2018 Results of the seminar “How to Teach Art”

as part of the exhibition 100 Ways of Thinking, University of Zurich at Kunsthalle 

With the participation of María Ordóñez (UZH)

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Jul 15 – 20. 2018 56th International Congress of Americanists (ICA)

Universidad de Salamanca
“Caminar por estas calles, a plena luz del día, da miedo’: representaciones y artefactos culturales contemporáneos de artistas mexicanas sobre el feminicidio en Ciudad Juárez”
Elena Rosauro (UZH) and Tania Sordo Ruz (UC3M)

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Jun 28 – 29. 2018 Conference: Performing Human Rights – Contested Amnesia and Historical Justice in Latin America and the Middle East

Organized by
Liliana Gómez (Romanisches Seminar, UZH)
in cooperation with Bettina Dennerlein (Asien-Orient-Institut, UZH)

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Jun 27-29. 2018 Why Remember? Ruins, Remains, and Reconstructions

Organizers: Salem University; University of the Arts London; Durham University; Manhattan College; De Montfort University
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
“The Form of Amnesia in Beirut in 2005: The Temporality of the Ruins and the Lapses of the Consumer Society”
Dani Nassif (University of Münster)

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