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Towards a new performative turn in heritage studies: WWII Monuments and Memorials in Western Balkans - Einzelansicht

Grunddaten
Veranstaltungsart Projektseminar Learnweb   Logo Learnweb
Veranstaltungsnummer 2012 Kurztext
Semester SoSe 2021 SWS 2
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen 5 Max. Teilnehmer/-innen 5
Rhythmus Studienjahr / Zielgruppe Master-Studierende (für Bachelor-Studierende geöffnet)
Credits 3
Hyperlink   Evaluation Ja (als gesamte Veranstaltung - online)
Sprache englisch
Keine Anmeldefrist
Termine Gruppe: 1-Gruppe iCalendar Export
  Tag Zeit Rhythmus Dauer Raum (mögliche Änderungen beachten!) Raum-
plan
Lehrperson Status Bemerkung fällt aus am Max. Teilnehmer/-innen
iCalendar Export -.  bis  Blockveranst. + Sa und So 20.09.2021 bis 30.09.2021    Krankenhagen      
Gruppe 1-Gruppe:


Zugeordnete Person
Kontaktperson (durchführend) Zuständigkeit
Krankenhagen, Stefan, Professor Dr. verantwortlich und durchführend
Studiengänge
Abschluss Studiengang Semester ECTS Kontingent
Bachelor B.A. Kreatives Schreiben
Bachelor B.A. Kulturwissensch./äP.
Bachelor B.A. KUP im int. Vergl.
Bachelor B.A. Szenische Künste
Master M.A.Insz.d.Künste u.d.Me.
Master M.A. Kulturvermittlung
Master M.A. Lit. Schr. & Lektor.
Master M.A. Phil.u.Künste interk
LSF - Module
Modulkürzel Modultitel
MMED-S321a Mastermodul 2 Verm. massenmed. Praxis, TM 1 (PO 2012): Medienauftritte
MMED-S322a Mastermodul 2 Verm. massenmed. Praxis, TM 2 (PO 2012): Dokumentation von Medienauftritten
MMED-SB231 Mastermodul 3 Prakt. u. Techn. d. Insz., TM 1: Videokultur
MMED-SB232 Mastermodul 3 Prakt. u. Techn. d. Insz., TM 2: Audiokultur
MMED-SB233 Mastermodul 3 Prakt. u. Techn. d. Insz., TM 3: Übung Medieninszenierungsübung
MMED-SB234 Mastermodul 3 Prakt. u. Techn. d. Insz., TM 4: Analyse von Inszenierungen
MMED-SB311 Mastermodul 1 Gesch. massenmed. Inszen., TM 1: Massenmedialität und Popularität
MMED-SB312 Mastermodul 1 Gesch. massenmed. Inszen., TM 2: Mediengesellschaft
MMED-SB321 Mastermodul 2 Verm. massenmed. Praxis, TM 1 (ab PO 2013): Medien und Populäre Kultur als Vermittler
MMED-SB322 Mastermodul 2 Verm. massenmed. Praxis, TM 2 (ab PO 2013): Vermittlung in Medien und Populärer Kultur
MMED-SB323 Mastermodul 2 Verm. massenmed. Praxis, TM 3: Übung Medienauftritte
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Inst. für Medien, Theater und Populäre Kultur
Inhalt
Bemerkung

Das Projektseminar (das auch als Exkursion angerechnet werden kann) wird durch ein Programm des DAAD gefördert und ist deshalb für die teilnehmenden Studierenden kostenfrei. Die Ausschreibung für die max. sechs Plätze (weitere sechs werden von Studierenden der Kunstuniversität Belgrad belegt, noch einmal sechs von PraktikerInnen aus dem westlichen Balkan) finden Sie hier:

Who can apply for the Summer School?

Eligible applicants for the Summer School are: - MA level students from the Department for Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Communication, University of Hildesheim; - MA level students from the MA program in Cultural Policy and Management within University of Arts in Belgrade, who have studied in 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 school year; - heritage professionals from Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Serbia). There are 18 places available in total, 6 for each of these groups.

Practical information 

- Important dates:

Application deadline: 31.5.2021.
Final selection of participants: 30.6.2021
Summer school starts: 12.9.2021.
Summer school ends: 24.9.2021.
In case of the new wave of COVID 19 pandemic, the organizers will consider moving the program to 2022.

- Participation expenses and accommodation:

Thanks to the support by DAAD, participation in the Summer School is free of charge for selected participants. The organizers will be covering the accommodation in Belgrade to students and to selected professionals from the Western Balkan countries, who are not based in Belgrade and will cover accommodation during the field-work to all participants.

- Travel arrangements:

Participants are expected to organize their arrival to and from Belgrade, while the organisers will arrange the travel related to field-work and visits to selected monuments. The organisers will be covering travel expenses to and from Belgrade to selected students and to selected professionals from the Western Balkan countries, who are not based in Belgrade.

- Working language:

The summer school lectures, discussions and workshops will be conducted in English language. Interested applicants are expected to have a good command of English language in order to ensure active participation in the process.

- How to apply:

You can apply for the Summer School by sending a statement of interest (up to 500 words) and your CV to email: ss0201pheritage@gmail.com, by May 31st.
Please indicate in your email whether you are applying as a heritage professional from one of the Western Balkans countries, or as an MA student of the University of Hildesheim or University of Arts in Belgrade. In case you have any additional questions, please contact Stefan Krankenhagen (krankenh@uni-hildesheim.de) and/ or Marija Dordevic: dordevicmarija86@gmail.com.

Lerninhalte

The project/seminar centeres around the theme of a new performative turn in heritage studies. Approaching the subject of performativity means going beyond the fluidity of multiple interpretations and meanings that can be voiced and attached to what is traditionally seen as cultural heritage. Starting from the position of Judith Butler (2015), who marks the body in action as a primary creator of space, within this project heritage is intentionally approached as a spatial and bodily category.
Therefore the theme and program of the project/seminar focuses on the most apparent example of a link between body, action and site in memory politics - commemorations. The aim is to bring the bodily and sprtial aspects of heritage to the fore-plan of our theoretical and practical investigations.

Outline of the program

The Summer School consists of four-day lecture sessions, two-day preparatory workshops, three-day field-work project and final-deliverable presentations. All the planned activities investigate monuments and memorials dedicated to WWII events, at several locations in Serbia - in Belgrade, Cacak, Kragujevac, Kruševac, and Uzice.
Recently, these sites have been gaining significant international attention based primarily on their aesthetics – thus deployed of socio-political circumstances and ideological concerns. This is where we will take a turn, and go beyond the form and context(s) and observe these sites and practices from the perspective of performativity of memory and most importantly of (performing) heritage. Thus, the program offers both the new theoretical insights as well as field work with practical production of final deliverables, made through moderated and direct collaboration and exchanged between students from Hildesheim and Belgrade and heritage practitioners from the Western Balkans region.

 


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