Practicing Communities - Slow Spontaneity: How to integrate slow artistic research into activities within society?

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Ami Skanberg Dahlstedt - Chair

Summer Session 2016
The NSU Summer Session takes place from the 24th until the 31st of July in
Orivesi, Finland. Orivesi is a small town of about 9600 inhabitants, close to
Tampere (40 kilometers). The site for the Summer Session will be Orivesi Folk
High School / Ahlmanin koulun Säätiö (www.ahlman.fi), which has been
educating writers, visual artists, students in social sciences and musicians for
over a hundred years (est. 1909).

Keynotes
NSU proudly presents this year’s keynote speakers for the summer session:
Robert Pfaller, the Austrian philosopher behind the idea of “interpassivity”
(http://www.robert-pfaller.com/), and Elizabeth Povinelli, a distinguished
scholar on late liberalism and anthropology
(http://anthropology.columbia.edu/people/profile/354). More information will
follow in the next newsletter.
24 Jul 201631 Jul 2016

Practicing Communities - Slow Spontaneity: How to integrate slow artistic research into activities within society?

Duration24 Jul 201631 Jul 2016

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