Events

Animal – Human Studies course, from 10 – 14 October 2022

From 10 to 14 October 2022, Leonie Cornips and Maarten Reesink are organising the interdisciplinary course “Animal – Human Studies from a Humanities Perspective” at FASoS.

Human-Animal Studies is about humans and their dynamic (power) relations with other animals.

FASoS students are invited to join this course.

Registration will be open in August and September.

For more information, click here.


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Exhibition “Recurrent Effervescence”, from 12 June – 17 July

Luca Vanello, PhD candidate in artistic research at FASoS, is happy to invite you to “Recurrent Effervescence”, a duo show with artist Hadassah Emmerich and me at Whitehouse Gallery.

When: 12 June – 17 July (Friday to Sunday, 2 – 6 pm and by appointment)
Where: Whitehouse Gallery, Groot Park 2, 3360 Lovenjoel, Belgium

 

Exhibition “Pause”, from 12 June 2022 – 12 June 2023

Luca Vanello, PhD candidate in artistic research at FASoS, invites you to “Pause”, a new installation realised in-situ at the Verbeke Foundation.

The composition of the installation remains open in its making, adapting and morphing in relation to the seasonal changes in the greenhouse throughout the year.

When: 12 June 2022 – 12 June 2023
Where: Verbeke Foundation, Westakker 1, 9190, Belgium


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MSA Week of Events and Open Members Meeting, on 4 – 12 July and 27 June

In lieu of the annual conference, the Memory Studies Association (co-directed by Aline Sierp) will be hosting a week of virtual events from 4 July to 8 July, followed by a series of online panels organised by some of the MSA working groups on 11 and 12 July.

Attendance and registration is free also for non-members. Register via the hyperlinks.

On 27 June at 15.00 there will also be an open members meeting. Register for the members meeting here.


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Meeting Provenance and Compliance for Art and Collectibles, on 28 June

During TEFAF on 28 June at 10.00, Lars van Vliet will organise the Expert Meeting Provenance and Compliance for Art and Collectibles at the Bonnefantenmuseum.

The event is part of the activities of MACCH and is supported by Stichting Waarborg Kunstregistratie.

To register, email Ms. Talitha Wilmsen at macch@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

For questions about the content of the meeting, email prof. dr. Lars van Vliet at l.vanvliet@maastrichtuniversity.nl.


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“Screentime knitting” event by the MUSTS Knitting Hub, on 29 June

The MUSTS Knitting Hub invites you to a crafty afternoon outside Bandito on 29 June at 16.00.

During this informal event, the group will finish their Covid-19 related project “screentime knitting”, in which each knitter has created a piece that reflects their screentime use during the pandemic.

If you are curious, please join!

There will be crafting kits for those who want to “get their hands dirty”, as well as cookies.


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Research Stories: FASoS exhibition workshop, on 25 October

On Tuesday 25 October from 14.00 – 17.00, the KNAW research communication group and Denise Petzold, Emilie Sitzia, Christian Ernsten and Jacob Ward are organising a workshop on how to write brief and informative wall labels for an exhibition (and a broad public) planned at a later moment.

You can register for the workshop here.


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Lecture on the legacies of colonial anti-LGBT+ legislation, on 21 June

The fifth and final lecture of the Campaign on Gender and Law, organised under Advocacy, by ELSA the Netherlands, is taking place on the topic “The legacies of anti-LGBT+ legislation in Britain and its former colonies” delivered by Dr. Christin Höne, Assistant Professor in Literary Studies at FASoS.

When: 21 June at 16.00
Where: at FASoS or via Zoom

Sign up here.


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SDG Seminar Series presents: Lobbying for Climate (SDG 13), on 21 June

Are you interested in what activities for lobbying for climate on an institutional level look like?

On 21 June from 15.30 – 16.30, two members from the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) will provide you with insights into their work directly from Brussels.

Receive first hand information, pose your questions and interact with passionate and engaged actors in lobbying for climate.

Sign up here. Click here to read more about this online seminar.

24-hour session I-Education in transition, on 21 – 22 June

The Domeinteam I-Education (DTIE) is organising a 24-hour session on the theme ‘I-Education in transition’ with the goal to map out the value chains for teachers and students with colleagues from education, educational logistics support and the I-domain.

When: 21 – 22 June
Where: EDLAB building (Tapijn – gebouw X) first floor (the common room and room 1.014, 1.010 and 1.006)

Sign up here before 20 June, 11.00. The official language is Dutch.


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