Cultural Typhoon 2016
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06/30/2016

Cultural Typhoon 2016 Program

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06/10/2016

Cultural Typhoon 2016 Program

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05/23/2016

3rd June , Pre-Study Seminar “Reading Lawrence Grossberg”

“Reading Lawrence Grossberg”

We will hold a special study seminar to read “Making Culture Matter, Making Cultural Political”, a text by Lawrence Grossberg, who will visit us in July as a Guest Lecturer. All welcome. No booking necessary. Admission Free.
Please contact us, if you need a document before seminer.

Date: 3rd June, Friday, 2016
Time: 17:00 – 18:30
Venue:Graduate School of Global Arts, Ueno Graduate Student Room 2nd floor, Daigaku-Kaikan, Ueno campus, Faculty of Music,Tokyo University of the Arts
http://www.geidai.ac.jp/access/ueno
http://ga.geidai.ac.jp/en/
(Enter the main entrance of the Faculty of Music in Ueno campus, and turn right. The Graduate Student Room is located above on the university canteen “Castle”)

Lecturer: Yoshitaka MŌRI (Professor, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts)

Lawrence Grossberg
Sociologist. Grossberg is the Morris Davis Distinguished Professor of Communication Studies and Cultural Studies, at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. He has written about cultural studies, continental philosophy and cultural theory, popular music and politics, the state of youth/youth culture, U.S. political culture (new conservatisms and capitalisms, and progressive opposition), value theory, multiple modern. He has published over 200 essays, and his work has been translated into over a dozen languages. He has edited the international journal Cultural Studies for twenty-five years.
He has won numerous awards from the National Communication Association, the International Communication Association and the University of North Carolina, for scholarship, teaching and mentorship.