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ASCA Programme

The ASCA programme is organised by and for academic staff, PhD candidates, and selected Research MA students. It is a collaborative effort designed to provide high-level events to discuss relevant and urgent topics to scholars working within the interdisciplinary humanities.

The seminars, reading groups, and workshops are open to all ASCA members, PhD candidates, as well as to other scholars in the humanities, including those working in other research schools or institutes.

Seminars

ASCA Theory seminar, Cities seminar, Cross Media seminar, Philosophy and Public Affairs, and more

Reading Groups

Women in Theory, Trans Asia, Surveillance- and Privacy, Unthinking CPC, Phenomenology, Marxism, Neurocultures, and more

Workshops

Sonic Entanglements, China is Creative!, Racial Orders, Racial Borders.
Upcoming events More events
27 Nov 2019 09:30 - 13:00
This workshop provides insight in the potential that popular writing offers to increase scholars’ visibility and to disseminate academic knowledge to a larger audience. We discuss the possibilities of both online and ...
9 Dec 2019 13:00 - 16:00
When discussing academic integrity in broad lines researchers tend to have very similar ideas as to what academix integrity is and how to avoid it from being compromised. But when discussing concrete cases, things ...
3 Feb 2020 09:00 - 17:00
The course focuses on PhD candidates who want to enhance their presentation skills for lectures and conferences. | Dates Spring 2020: 2 Mondays 9:00-17:00, 3 February, 24 February