Cancelled: Masterclass Alison Landsberg: ‘Representing the Past: Memory, Aesthetics, Politics’

Masterclass Alison Landsberg (George Mason University, Fairfax VA, USA): ‘Representing the Past: Memory, Aesthetics, Politics’

 

This masterclass is part of the international conference “The Stage of War: Academic and Popular Representations of Large-Scale Conflicts” that will take place on 26-27 March 2020 in Rotterdam (attendance required, find the full programme here).

 

Dates & time

Symposium: 26-27 March 2020 (10:00-17:30)

Masterclass: 27 March 2020 (time tba)

 

Venue: Erasmus University Rotterdam, Campus, M-Building

Masterclass open to: PhD students and Research Master Students

ECTS: 1

Available places: 15.

Costs: None – the symposium fee is included. When you are admitted to this masterclass, you will automatically be registered for the conference. Please note: the conference dinner in Hotel New York on Thursday 26 March (€35,-) is excluded and can be booked separately by informing the Huizinga Institute.

Registration: register here. Registration deadline: 2 March 2020 – Unfortunately this event is fully booked – please contact the Huizinga office for a spot on the waiting list

 

Description

The conference ‘The Stage of War’ focuses on academic and popular representations of war and other large-scale conflicts. Keynote speaker Alison Landsberg (George Mason University, Fairfax VA, USA) will build on her keynote lecture in the masterclass ‘Representing the Past: Memory, Aesthetics, Politics’.

 

The masterclass is organized by the Huizinga Institute i.c.w. Maria Grever and Siri Driessen, and is aimed at PhD candidates and Research Master Students. Participants will receive 1 ECTS after successful participation. Attending the symposium (both days) is a mandatory part of the masterclass.

 

A detailed programme will be made available soon, but registration is already possible.

 

Indication of preparatory literature:

 

Parts of/excerpts from:

 

  • Walter Benjamin, On the Concept of History
  • Alison Landsberg, Engaging the Past: Mass Culture and the Production of Historical Knowledge, Columbia University Press 2015
  • Jacques Rancière, Politics of Aesthetics