In the framework of the past Workshop “Revising the Concept of Hegemony”, we invite authors to think how hegemony operates spatially, discursively, and institutionally. At the same time, they are invited to think through case studies, situations and contexts. Therefore, we particularly call for contributions that:
– look at how hegemony manifests through the material space and the politics of architecture, spatial planning and development,
– attend to how we talk about hegemony in relation to the temporal realm and collective memory and,
– reflect on how hegemony speaks to our current political paradigms of liberal democracy
We invite both short (3000 words) reflections on case studies or visual essays, as well as fully developed critical inquiries into the topic (7000-8000 words). We hope to produce a critically astute volume of analysis, contributions and reflections that address both a scholarly audience and a politically engaged public at large.
Masterclass with Sara Salem & Workshop Revising the concept of Hegemony: Methodologies of Working with the Past in non- Western contexts 30 Oct 2020
In the framework of Doctoral Schools, UHasselt – Hasselt University (in partnership with Antwerp University, KU Leuven, and in collaboration with Sit-Im (www.sit-im.org) and TU Delft (History of Architecture and Urban Planning), organises a masterclass with Sara Salem, followed by a workshop on methodology with Sit-Im on October 30 th , 2020. We call for applications from PhD students and postdocs in arts, social sciences and humanities interested in the topic of hegemony in knowledge production and methods of historical research related to non-western perspectives. The morning session will be open to the public while the afternoon session is reserved for participants registered with the Doctoral Schools program (PhDs and postdocs applying via the Doctoral Schools of 5 Flemish universities). Both sessions will be organised online.
Workshop The Stigma of “Underdevelopment” Under Heritage Production 11 Oct 2019
The inaugural project of Sit-Im took place in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Enviroment at TU Delft. During one day, scholars from interdisciplinary backgrounds and different area studies further investigated how the stigma of underdevelopment works in heritage production.
Call for Papers The Stigma of “Underdevelopment” Under Heritage Production 15 Aug 2019
The Network welcome papers that address the questions above for our upcoming workshop on October 11th 2019 The Stigma of “underdevelopment” Under Heritage Production. Please submit your abstracts of 350 words to email@example.com before August 15th 2019. Accepted participants will be notified by August 21st, and later asked to share a paper draft of 1000-2000 words with the participants before convening. Speakers are invited to discuss the papers during the workshop. Inquiries can be sent to John Hanna (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Jasmijn Rana (email@example.com).
The Network Held its first workshop on the 2-3 February 2019, The workshop took place in Amsterdam University Library, In which we drew guidelines for future endeavours. The workshop attendance included Dana Dolghin and Nermin El-Sherif (University of Amsterdam), John Hanna and Maria Novas (University of Sevile/University of Delft) Marcia Hattori (Basque Country University), Mela Zuljevic (University of Hasselt), and Menna Agha (University of Antwerp).