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Bursaries Available: After Progress Symposium 5th June 2019 Goldsmiths

After Progress: Modernity in Ruins

Wed 5th June 2019 | 13.30-18.30pm
Professor Stuart Hall Building (PSH) 326
Goldsmiths, University of London
New Cross, London, SE14 6NW

The event is free, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED due to limited capacity.

This seminar is the first of three funded by the Sociological Review on the theme ‘After Progress’. Together with fours guest speakers, we will begin to explore collectively how to understand our present as populated by the ruins of the modern idea of progress, and we’ll explore key questions concerning how we might cultivate plural arts of living and flourishing in the ruins.

A small number of BURSARIES for unfunded PhD students/ECRs are available. Deadline for applications is APRIL 30. For further details on the eligibility criteria and the application process please go to: https://forms.gle/nrHtfsQ5x7xpfeuSA or visit www.unitofplay.org

with
Andrea Bardin (Oxford Brookes University):
"Political Automata at an End"

Didier Debaise (Universté Libre de Bruxelles)
"The Contingency of the World"

Sanjay Seth (Goldsmiths, University of London)
"Defending Modern Reason?"

Iris van der Tuin (Utrecht University)
"Haraway's Webs of Connection"






Dr. Martin Savransky
Lecturer | Department of Sociology
Director, Unit of Play (UoP)
Convenor, MA Critical & Creative Analysis
Goldsmiths, University of London
London SE14 6NW

m.savransky@gold.ac.uk
Goldsmiths Staff Website
Academia.edu Website

Unit of Play

The Adventure of Relevance | Speculative Research: The Lure of Possible Futures | Isabelle Stengers and The Dramatization of Philosophy
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