The Faculty of Arts, Project KREAS (Creativity and Adaptability as Conditions of the Success of Europe in an Interrelated World) and Karolinum Publishing House cordially invite you to the lectures: Prof. Dr. Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz): Forms of Forgetting Prof. Dr. Jan Assmann (Universität Konstanz): Akhenaten. Damnatio Memoriae and the Return of the Repressed: Some […]
The KREAS Project and the Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures are pleased to invite you to a workshop “Frankenstein: Emancipatory Narrative and the Role of the Reader”. The 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s landmark novel Frankenstein has provided an opportunity for scholars to reconsider its significance in light of emergent critical perspectives. […]
The Department of Scandinavian Studies cordially invites everyone interested to the workshop “Northern Europe and Transnational Reception of Arts and Literature”. Full programme is available from here.
On the anniversary of the “Velvet Revolution,” an international meeting of artists, activists & theorists from diverse backgrounds will take in Prague to discuss & plan strategies & tactics for creative emancipation & insurgency under a global regime of algorithmic control & co-option. Subjects will range from Xenofeminism to Sinofuturism, Accelarationism, Alienism, the Anthropocene, Big Data […]
Department of Ethnology invites you to attend a lecture by Alenka Janko Spreizer “Mobile ethnographies: ethnography of mobility” on November 14th, 12:30 pm, room 138, Celetná 20, Prague. The lecture is a part of „Ethnography and Theory“ series that presents various forms of ethnography and discusses its possibilities, limits and current transformations. The series is supported by […]
22–24 November 2019, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague Performativity and creativity have often been used vaguely in a number of discourses in cultural studies, economics, political ideologies or advertising. The purpose of this conference is to explore the force of these concepts in pragmatic approaches to cultures and closely related industrial production (“creative industries”), in […]