The Editor of n.paradoxa has initiated a one week intensive Summer School course in Feminism and Contemporary Art at Middlesex University (July 6-12 2016).
This course will discuss how feminist theory has developed in relation to contemporary art practices in recent decades. The emphasis will be on trans-national and trans-generational discourses in feminist theory in relation to concepts of a ‘global contemporary’, like n.paradoxa. The course will look back at developments in art during the last 50 years and look forward to new models of research in the field. The aim is for those attending, through discussion, to develop a plan for future work or a proposal for a PhD or MA research project.
This course is for graduates or mature artists considering post-graduate study.
It is not a general course open to any level and is focused on those in higher education aiming to tackle a postgraduate research degree at MA or PhD level with feminist subjects or methods.
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The course will be taught by Katy Deepwell with guest lectures from other staff at Middlesex University and elsewhere.
Hendon campus Middlesex University, London, UK.
The Hendon Campus is 15 mins walk from Hendon Central tube station (Northern Line) and well-served by North London buses.
Time and dates
Five days, 6 July to 12 July 2016
10am to 4.30pm
Wednesday to Tuesday
Accommodation is available through the Middlesex University Summer School programme at additional cost.
Registration open now at:-
Katy Deepwell, Founder and editor of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal and Professor of Contemporary Art, Theory and Criticism, Middlesex University
In relation to this course, check out n.paradoxa’s 1000+ list of MAs and PhDs in feminist art subjects (1970-2015) from 35 countries.