International Conference at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology
November 6-8, 2019
Following the understanding of ‘space’ as a relational product of social action and its enabling material conditions, the international conference to be held at the Faculty of Architecture of the TU Delft will include keynote speakers, paper presentations, workshop sessions, panel & round-table discussions, an exhibition and film screenings curated by Ilona Jurkonyte. The conference is intended to become a platform of knowledge exchange and critical thinking on different approaches that explore the relation between space and conflict.
Professor Caren Kaplan, American Studies, University of California at Davis (militarized visual culture, cultural geography, transnational feminist cultural studies)
Affiliated Professor Pelin Tan, Nordland Art and Film School (territorial conflict and entanglements of things, conditions of labor and transversal methods in research)
Professor Andrew Herscher, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan (spatial politics of violence, humanitarian and human rights issues, exile and migration)
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dr. Armina Pilav; dr. ir. Marc Schoonderbeek; drs. Gabriel Schwake; dr. ir. Heidi Sohn; dr. Aleksandar Staničić, Borders & Territories research group.
Videograms of a Revolution, Harun Farocki and Andrej Ujica, 1992, still
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