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  • Museo en red
    David Cronenberg. Videodrome. Film, 1983

    Cinema and video. The image is a virus. Histories of cinema (1980-1990s)

    This audiovisual series looks at the 1980s, and that decade’s prolongation into the 1990s, as a genealogy of much of the dialectics that explain contemporary, as a time period and cultural category. The 1980s have traditionally been considered in terms of market extension and as the articulation of a pensive, self-referential artistic sphere. So, appeals to the final moments of identity-centred historicism, appeals that are visible in the return to the pictorial in Europe, or to the theses of the end of history as a justification of global neoconservatism, have resulted in this decade being considered through the paradigms of spectacle and banalisation.      

  • Museo en red
  • Museo en red
    Image of XY? Masculine Identity? Frontiers, bodies, education and violence

    XY? Masculine Identity? Frontiers, bodies, education and violence

    There are men's bodies and there are masculinities expressed in roles, attitudes, identities and profiles that encompass multiple bodies and sexual practices. But, there also are frontiers that define identities, bodies hyper-identified with “the masculine,” and social and cultural traditions in which the aforementioned, acts as an airtight compartment, at least in appearance. This course is dedicated to the understanding of what masculinity is, how it is constructed, what and whom it questions nowadays, and whether or not “other masculinities” are possible.

  • Museo en red
    Image of Welfare Wounded. State, Rights and the Struggle for the Common Good

    Welfare Wounded. State, Rights and the Struggle for the Common Good

    This course explores the role of the Welfare State in a desirable constituent process.  The successive crises occurring in capitalism have led to an interruption in this government model, which is being reformulated into a State of Debt not governed by the rule of law. Welfare wounded fuels the debate on how to shift from State institutions to institutions of the commons, understanding the latter as the institutional mortar with which to build a new political logic.