Gavin Keeney: Knowledge, Spirit, Law: a Phenomenology of Scholarship - Final lecture
We cordially invite you to the fourth and last lecture in the frame of the Knowledge, Spirit, Law: a Phenomenology of Scholarship Seminar.
The Seminar is intended for the PhD students, researchers, and scholars to prepare them for the challenges of contemporary (academic) publication practices: how to meet their requirements, understand their underlying principles, successfully navigate among them, and maintain the Intellectual Property rights of both authors and their home institutions. The lectures will develop alternative, new-old methodologies for the production and dissemination of high scholarship or humanistic and artistic disciplines. The Seminar is free of charge; it is held in English.
FOURTH LECTURE :: CIRCULAR DISCOURSES
Introduction – A Phenomenology of Scholarship: The Replication of In-authenticity
Practicum – Evading Metrics, Citations, and Neo-liberal Academia
Exiting Circular Discourses, Magical Realism and Forms of Scholarship, Deforming Scholarship, Exhibitions for Ghosts, Books for Nobody, Limited and Un-limited Editions, Post-digital Print, Open Access, Data- and Text-mining, Scholarship as Work of Art (Artwork as Form of Scholarship).
THE TIME AND PLACE
Thursday, April 23, 2015 @ 2:30 - 5:30 pm (14:30 - 17:30)
Vurnikova Lecture Room, Faculty of Architecture, Zoisova 12, Ljubljana
Gavin Keeney is an editor, writer, and critic with a rich experience in the publishing industry. He studied at Cornell University, received his PhD in Architecture at Deakin University, Australia, and has worked with Rizzoli and Cambridge Scholars Publishing. He has taught and lectured in universities in the United States, Canada, England, the Czech Republic, and Australia. His most recent publications include: Art as "Night": An Art-theological Treatise (2010); "Else-where": Essays in Art, Architecture, and Cultural Production 2002-2011 (2011); Dossier Chris Marker: The Suffering Image (2012); and Not-I/Thou: The Other Subject of Art and Architecture (2014).
SUPPORTED BY: the United States Fulbright Specialist Program (Institute of International Education), the Faculty of Architecture (University of Ljubljana), the Faculty of Arts (University of Ljubljana), and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory.