“Towards a Multi-Temporal Pluriverse of Art: Decolonizing Universalized Historiographic and Temporal Frameworks” seeks to contribute to the decolonization of universalized historiographic frameworks and temporal concepts of art through combinations of Western critique and epistemological research into art’s multiple relations to time and traditions of (hi)story writing/telling. Please join us for what promises to be an exciting event with contributions by internationally acknowledged scholars in the field. The keynote lecture will be given by Yuk Hui City (University of Hong Kong) “On the Varieties of Experiences of Art.”
The workshop is organized by Birgit Hopfener (Carleton University) and Karin Zitzewitz (Michigan State University) at Carleton University, Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Arts, and Culture, March 10-12, 2022 in the context of the Ruth and Mark Phillips Professorship in Cultural Mediations (ICSLAC, Carleton University).
The three-day event will take place in the mornings 8:45 am – 12:00 pm EST, and will be hosted via Zoom. To attend the workshop, please email Makenzie Salmon at email@example.com.
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