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[ecrea] Association for Cultural Studies Summer Institute - Critical Literacies

Mon Apr 04 10:08:31 GMT 2011

Association for Cultural Studies Summer Institute - Critical Literacies
11 - 15 July, Ghent University, Belgium

UPDATE: The website of the ACS Summer Institute has been updated with a pro=
gramme schedule, abstracts of the keynote lectures and a preliminary overvi=
ew of seminars that will be offered during the Summer Institute.

Enquiries: (acssi2011 /at/  =20
Web address:   =20

Registration is limited. We strongly advise participants to register  and s=
ecure accommodation as early as possible.

The ACS Summer Institute will provide an intensive, extensive and rewarding=
 pedagogical experience for postgraduate students and postdoctoral research=
ers who will have the opportunity to spend the week discussing and learning=
 from keynote presentations, lectures, workshops and seminars delivered by =
5 keynote speakers and a faculty staff of leading cultural studies scholars=
 from around the world. The overall participatory and informal character of=
 the Summer Institute will give voice to the participants by offering a for=
um to address issues related to their own work specifically as well as issu=
es of general interest. In addition, social activities from receptions and =
meals to informal gatherings will provide opportunity for participants, lec=
turers and organizers to intermingle and stimulate further conversation.=20

- Joke Hermes (UC Inholland/University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
- Carol Stabile (University of Oregon, United States)
- Ted Striphas (Indiana University, United States)
- Keyan Tomaselli (University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa)
- John Willinsky (Stanford University, United States)

International Staff:=20
- Abdulhamied Alromaithy (Culture Arabia, United Arab Emirates)
- Ursula Ganz-Blaettler (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)=20
- Jan Hein Hoogstad (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
- Bart Keunen (Ghent University, Belgium)
- Mikko Lehtonen (University of Tampere, Finland)
- Gilbert Rodman (University of Minnesota, United States)
- An van. Dienderen (Royal Academy of Art, Ghent, Belgium)
- Thomas Vaessens&  Gaston Franssen (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
- Handel Kashope Wright (University of British Columbia, Canada)

The Association for Cultural Studies is the premiere international associat=
ion of cultural studies and hosts the biennial Crossroads in Cultural Studi=
es Conference.
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