NOISE Summer School 2017

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The NOI♀SE 2017 Summer School is called Reclaiming Critique in Times of Crisis: Feminist, Queer and Postcolonial Interventions (flyer) and will be held from 28 August – 1 September 2017, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.

This year, the 25th edition of NOI♀SE will introduce you to diverse and debate-provoking scholarship on the relationship between critiqye and crisis at the intersections of feminist, queer and postcolonial studies, cultural studies, activism and the arts.

Target audience
This advanced training course offers a diverse yet coherent program of study from an interdisciplinary perspective. The Summer School is meant for PhD and MA students. Separate seminars for these two groups will be provided in the afternoons.

Formula
– Two lectures in the morning

– Separate PhD and MA-seminars in the afternoon
– Round table discussions
– Performances
– Social program
– Students prepare before NOI♀SE by reading and collecting material for assignments (approximately 40 hours of work). After the school has ended, participants who fulfilled all requirements (preparation of assignments and reading, active participation, and final essay of 10-15 pages) receive a NOI♀SE Certificate (5 ECTS).
– All students are expected to participate in the entire program for the duration of five days.

Venue
The NOISE Summer School 2017 will be hosted by Utrecht University, the Netherlands.

Tuition Fees
The tuition fee is €450. This includes digital reading materials but excludes accommodation and subsistence costs (i.e., food, meals, drinks, etc.).

Teachers in the course
The NOI♀SE Summer School is organized by the Netherlands Research School of Gender Studies (NOG, Utrecht University). The 2017 edition is coordinated by Dr. Jamila Mascat, Dr. Layal Ftouni and Dr. Gianmaria Colpani.  Several renowned international scholars from various disciplines including gender and postcolonial studies, cultural anthropology and inquiry and affect theory will be teaching at the Summer School.

Confirmed speakers are:
– Dr. Ramy Aly (Assistant Professor of Anthropology, American University Cairo)
– Prof. Rosemarie Buikema (Professor of Art, Culture and Diversity, Utrecht University)
– Dr. Peter Drucker (Research Fellow, International Institute for Research and Education, Amsterdam)
– Prof. Lisa Duggan (Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University)
– Quinsy Gario (artist and performer, Amsterdam)
– Dr. Nahal Naficy (Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Allameh Tabatabaie University, Tehran)
– Prof. Andrea Peto (Professor of Gender Studies, Central European University, Budapest)
– Belit Sag (visual artist, Amsterdam)
– Soundz of the South (musicians/performers, Cape Town)
– Dr. Veronica Vasterling (Associate Professor of Gender Studies and Philosophy, Radboud University, Nijmegen)

Registration and Deadline
Deadline for application is April 30, 2017.

You can find the application form here.