Much has been written about democracy (or the lack of it), political Islam and violence in the Middle East after the ‘Arab Spring’. But how do these aspects relate to the realities of everyday life in the post-revolutionary Arab world? And aren’t there many other matters that are much more important to ‘ordinary’ Arabs than these three catchwords of western media coverage?
Are you studying towards a PhD with topics related to museums or cultural heritage? Are you interested in exploring how the concept of ‘Situated Knowledges’ (Haraway) plays out in your research?
The Centre for Museum Studies, IKOS, invites you to a two-day research workshop for PhDs on the theme of ‘Situated Knowledges’ in the fields of museum and cultural heritage studies.
We want to invite you to an open midway-seminar with our PhD-fellow in Chinese Studies Hedda Flatø. To comment on the candidates work, we have invited Professor Dali Yang from Department of Political Science, University of Chicago.