Interdisciplinary seminar: Theory Now. New Approaches in Literary, Cultural and Sociological Studies: LIVE STREAM, from 13.00h
|Wanneer:||do 12-01-2017 09:00 - 17:00|
|Waar:||UNIVERSIDAD DE LA FRONTERA, Campus Andrés Bello, Temuco, Chile|
Interdisciplinary Seminar at the Universidad de la Frontera, Temuco, Chile, 12 and 13 January 2017; featuring speakers from the Department of European Languages and Cultures, University of Groningen
The Interdisciplinary Seminar Theory Now. New Approaches to Literary, Cultural and Sociological Studies brings together researchers from the University of Groningen, the Universidad de la Frontera (UFRO), Chile, the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and the National University of La Plata, Argentina, with Doctoral and Master candidates from the UFRO (Psychology, Education, Legal and Forensic Psychology, Applied Social Sciences), the National University of La Plata (Communication), the University Autónoma of Barcelona, Spain (Communication), the Austral University of Chile (Human Sciences), and the Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania (Sociology).
The seminar is conducted in conjunction with Marie Curie RISE HORIZON 2020-Cultural Narratives of Crisis and Renewal (Ref. 645666-CRIC) and the National Fund for Scientific and Technological Development-FONDECYT no 1150666.
Further partners are the Research Centre for the Study of Arts in Society at the University of Groningen, the International Studies Center: Epistemologies of Frontiers and Psychopolitical Economy of Culture from the University of La Frontera, the Scientific and Technological in Social Sciences and the Humanities from the University of La Frontera, the Center for Transdisciplinary Studies on Psychopolitics and Consciousness-NETCCON/ECO/UFRJ, the Thematic Group Communication and Sociocultural Studies from the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers – ALAIC, and the Working Group Communication, Politics and Citizenship from the Latin American Council of Social Sciences – CLACSO. Within this framework, the International Center for the Study of Frontier Epistemologies and Psychopolitical Economy of Culture, of the University of La Frontera, is inaugurated.