PATTERNS Lectures: courses for 2012/2013 selected


Out of 58 eligible applications from 17 countries the PATTERNS Lectures advisors selected 13 outstanding courses that will be taught in 9 different countries throughout the academic year 2012/2013.

Following courses were selected:

Katalin Cseh
“Second Publicity” of the Hungarian Avant-Garde. Understanding space-constitutive media and performances in the counter culture of the 1960s and 1970s
University of Vienna, Philological and Cultural Sciences, Theatre-, Film and Media Studies, Austria

Danijela Mandušić
Feminisms and social changes in art practices in SEE from the 1970s to the present Art Academy in Split, Film and Video, Croatia

Tomáš Dvořák
Figures of Memory in Contemporary Arts
Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Sociological Studies, Czech Republic

Anna Vartecká and Vendula Fremlová
Late production by the modernist generation of Czech and Slovak female artists
Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústi nad Labem, Faculty of Art and Design, Czech Republic

Edina Nagy
The inheritance and transformation of the social realist forms of expression in the Hungarian contemporary art – a comparative-critical survey
Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Department of Fine Art Theory, Hungary

Andrea Pócsik
Roma representation after the cultural turn – Media analysis
Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Humanities, Institute for Theory of Art and Media Studies, Department of Media and Communications, Hungary

Malgorzata Radkiewicz
Negotiations of “the gaze”. Women’s authorship in cinema and arts in East and Central Europe 1960s – 2000s
Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Audio Visual Arts, Poland

Magdalena Dąbrowska and Anna Barcz
Animals, gender and culture: analysing Polish popular and visual culture in the ecofeminist perspective
The Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Gender Studies, Poland

Irina Olaru Cărăbaş and Oana Mateescu
Socialist Design: Art and Technology in Eastern Europe
National University of Arts, Art History and Theory, Romania

Alina Popa and Irina Gheorghe
Mediatic effects, biological pathos and the psycho-technology of gender
National University of Arts, Photography and Video, Romania

Keti Chukhrov
The Soviet Aesthetic Theory and the Context of the Soviet Cultural Ethics of the 1960s and 1970s
Russian State University for Humanities, Department of General Art History, Faculty of Art History and Cultural Studies, Russia

Marina Simić and Jelena Djordjević
Cultural and social practices of post-socialism: a case study of former Yugoslavia
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences, Journalism and Communication, Serbia

Kristian Lukić and Mária Rišková
Beyond the Rapture. Contextualisation of New Media Art Practices in Central and Eastern Europe
Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Department of Theory and History of Art, Slovak Republic

PATTERNS Lectures encourages the development of new university courses in the fields of art history, cultural theory, and cultural studies in Central and South Eastern Europe.
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