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University of Basel

Lecture serie: Infrastructures - from above and below
Philip de Boeck, Anthropology, KU Leuven


Tuesday, 21 February, 07:00 pm [2017]
lecture, Basel, Old University, lecture hall 101

Infrastructures are the constitutive fabric of both cities and non-cities, enabling exchanges of knowledge, material resources, cultural practices, and people. This lecture series proposes to consider infrastructures as the interface between developmental agenda and forces of adaptation, creativity, and contestation. Through the disciplinary lenses of art, architecture, history and the social sciences, we will consider the complex relations between infrastructures as seen from above, below, and in-between.

venue: Basel, Old University, lecture hall 101

unibas.ch
culanth.org
kuleuven.be

 

Lecture series: Infrastructures - from above and below
Laurent Stalder, Architectural History and Theory, ETH Zurich


Wednesday, 15 March, 07:00 pm [2017]
lecture, Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

Infrastructures are the constitutive fabric of both cities and non-cities, enabling exchanges of knowledge, material resources, cultural practices, and people. This lecture series proposes to consider infrastructures as the interface between developmental agenda and forces of adaptation, creativity, and contestation. Through the disciplinary lenses of art, architecture, history and the social sciences, we will consider the complex relations between infrastructures as seen from above, below, and in-between.

venue: Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

unibas.ch
stalder.arch.ethz.ch

 

Lecture series: Infrastructures - from above and below
Nikhil Anand, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania


Tuesday, 02 May, 07:00 pm [2017]
lecture, Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

Infrastructures are the constitutive fabric of both cities and non-cities, enabling exchanges of knowledge, material resources, cultural practices, and people. This lecture series proposes to consider infrastructures as the interface between developmental agenda and forces of adaptation, creativity, and contestation. Through the disciplinary lenses of art, architecture, history and the social sciences, we will consider the complex relations between infrastructures as seen from above, below, and in-between.

venue: Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

unibas.ch
sas.upenn.edu

 

Lecture series: Infrastructures - from above and below
Mpho Matsipa, Studio X Johannesburg, Columbia


Tuesday, 30 May, 07:00 pm [2017]
lecture, Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

Infrastructures are the constitutive fabric of both cities and non-cities, enabling exchanges of knowledge, material resources, cultural practices, and people. This lecture series proposes to consider infrastructures as the interface between developmental agenda and forces of adaptation, creativity, and contestation. Through the disciplinary lenses of art, architecture, history and the social sciences, we will consider the complex relations between infrastructures as seen from above, below, and in-between.

venue: Basel, Kollegienhaus, Regenzzimmer 111

unibas.ch
arch.columbia.edu