Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Venue: Lock Keeper’s Cottage Room LK1, Queen Mary University of London
Professor of Media and Culture, University of Amsterdam
Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Queen Mary University of London
This one-day workshop led by Professor Christoph Lindner is aimed at postgraduate researchers in the humanities and social sciences interested in the interrelations of visual culture, cities, globalization, and creative practice. The morning session will focus on recent scholarship on globalization, urban aesthetics, and creativity, and will ground the discussion in analysis of examples from film, photography, architecture, new media, and urban design. The afternoon session will address methodological issues in interdisciplinary cultural analysis, as well as practical strategies for collaborative research and publishing.
The workshop is free but booking is essential. To register for a place, please contact Professor Shirley Jordan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Christoph Lindner is Professor of Media and Culture and Director of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis at the University of Amsterdam. He is also the founding Director of the Netherlands Institute of Cultural Analysis, co-founder of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies, and a member of the Centre for Creative Industries Research. His recent and forthcoming books include Imagining New York City (forthcoming 2014), Paris-Amsterdam Underground (2013), and Globalization, Violence, and the Visual Culture of Cities (2010).
Professor Lindner is a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film at Queen Mary University of London.
Map and Directions
The event takes place at our Mile End Campus. Nearest tube stations are Mile End and Stepney Green.