[ 15 October 2012; 18:30 to 20:30. ] Presentation by Pat Thomas, author of “Listen, Whitey!”
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[ 7 March 2012; 14:00 to 18:30. ] Centre for Cultural Studies Research presents
Music, Politics, Agency: Gender, Sexuality and Sound
Wednesday 7 March 2012
UEL’s Docklands Campus
(ground floor, main building, turn left upon entering the main square after leaving Cyprus DLR (which is situated at the campus))
Free. All welcome. No need to book.
Lisa Blanning (The Wire), A Feminist Reading of Gangsta Rap
Freya Jarman-Ivens (University of Liverpool), [...]
[ 21 March 2012; 14:00 to 17:00. ]
Centre for Cultural Studies Research presents
Pushing the Limits of the Affective Workspace: Revolts, Absorption, and Ecologies of Waste
A symposium with Jussi Parikka, Stevphen Shukaitis and Tony D. Sampson
Chair: Jeremy Gilbert, CCSR
Wednesday March 21st 2012
UEL Docklands Campus
(ground floor, main building, turn left upon entering the main square after leaving Cyprus DLR (which is situated at the [...]
Jack Halberstam gave a riveting paper yesterday on her new book The Queer Art of Failure (2011), which looks at, amongst other things, how failure can be used to mobilize radical politics.
To listen to a podcast of the talk and the Q&A that followed click here: Jack Halberstam
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the venue for the PoP Moves has been changed. We will now be meeting at the Docklands campus of the University of East London (University Way, E16 2RD). This is located beside the Cyprus station on the DLR. See the Docklands campus map here.
For more details on the venue change click here: Amplifying Movement IMP [...]
[ 3 November 2011; 19:30 to 21:30. ] As part of the Critical Beats seminar series (co-hosted with The Wire), the Sound, Technology & Microgenres event will be a discussion of the way emergent technologies enable dance music to constantly renew itself by spawning multiple new subgenres, and what those subgenres say about the scenes they emerge from.
Panel: Adam Harper, Matthew Ingram and Mike Paradinas
CCSR is organising two interlinked music series this year. One is titled ‘Music, Politics, Agency’. The other, which we’re organising in association with The Wire and Mark Fisher, is titled ‘Critical Beats’.
Critical Beats: Sound, Technology, Microgenre, Rhythm
Date: 3 November 2011, Circus 2 at Stratford Circus, 19:30-21:30, general public £3, students £1.
Participants: Lisa Blanning (chair), Adam Harper, [...]
[ 29 October 2011; 09:00 to 18:00. 09:00 to 18:00. 09:00 to 18:00. ] CCSR, alongside the Institute for Performing Arts Development (IPAD), Roehampton University, Kingston University, De Montfort University, University of Chichester and the Society for Dance Research present, PoP Moves, the annual popular dance studies symposium.
This year, PoP Moves is promising to be an exciting international event. The theme, “Amplifying movement: New directions in popular dance studies,” has [...]
Radical Foucault programme
The New Research in Cultural Studies 3 seminar took place yesterday and was a well-attended and thought-provoking event. An audio recording of Nicola Samson’s and Madeline Clements’ papers and the discussions they stimulated is here New Research In Cultural Studies 3