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14:00-17:00 Monday 21st November 2011: Shift/Work

You may look at the slides in advance:
 
Please also read the following texts:

14:00: Shift/Work group A
15:00:Discussion group A
16:00: Shift/Work group B
17:00: Discussion group B


9:00-13:00 Tuesday 22nd November 2011: Tutorials

Please follow the brief – you can find this here: http://masterscontemporaryart.eca.ac.uk/?page_id=865
9:00-10:00 Tutorial Training – all students, Neil and Jeroen.
10:00-11:30 – Studios: Tutorial Groups A
Jeroen / Student 1, Student 2, Student 3
Neil / Student 4, Student 5, Student 6
11:00 Groups A, Neil and Jeroen meet to reflect upon the tutorials.
11:30-13:00 – Studios: Tutorial Groups B
Jeroen / Student 7, Student 8, Student 9
Neil / Student 10, Student 11, Student 12


8:30 – 10:30 Wednesday 23rd November: Neomedievalism

8:30: Lecture: The Dark Knight Returns: Neomedievalism in Contemporary Art. A lecture that relates to work I do as part of the Confraternity of Neoflagellants, collaboration with Norman Hogg. See: confraternityofneoflagellants.org.uk I will deliver a version of this lecture that places particular emphasis on landscape (the commons). You can preview the slides here:

The Dark Knight Returns Neomedivalism In Recent Art
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9:30: Seminar: Neomedievalism. There follows some reading for you to examine in advance of your seminar.

  1. Hill, C.T. (2008) The Post-Scientific Society. Issues in Science and Technology [Internet], no. 52 (Fall). Available from: <http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3622/is_200710/ai_n25500117>
  2. Kaplan, R.D. (1994) The Coming Anarchy. Atlantic Online [Internet], (February) Available from: http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/199402/anarchy
  3. Kobrin, S.J. (1998) BACK TO THE FUTURE: NEOMEDIVALISM AND THE POSTMODERN DIGITAL WORLD ECONOMY (Wharton School PDF version). Also published in The Journal of International Affairs [Internet], (Spring) Available from: www-management.wharton.upenn.edu/kobrin/research/hartrev2.pdf
  4. Confraternity of Neoflagellants (eds.) Avalon Book II : http://edinburgh.academia.edu/NeilMulholland/Books/411113/Avalon
  5. Confraternity of Neoflagellants, Two Neomedieval Essays: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/17640038/Neomed%20Reader.zip

Every member of the group should read these texts in advance and bring an example of cultural neomedievalism with them to discuss. We will pick the most engaging examples and discuss them until we run out of time.

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