NEW: Call for participation in the NM Training School 3:
CfP training school ‘From Cosmos to Genes: New Materialist Methodologies Crossing the
Humanities, Natural, and Technosciences.’ August 2016, Charles University Prague.
With Guest Speakers:
Natasha Myers, Astrid Schrader and Eva Hayward
Deadline for applications – extended – : May 13th, 2016
Call for papers:
CfP_The Processes of Imaging_Catalyst – any interested fellow new materialists please send in their abstracts by 31 May 2016
CFP : Oxford Literary Review: 39.2 Call for Papers: Deconstruction and the Politics of Matter Abstracts due May 30, 2016.
Calls for submissions for papers is now CLOSED for the 7th Annual Conference on the New Materialisms to be held 21 -23 September 2016, to be held in Warsaw on the theme of “Performing Situated Knowledges: Space, Time, Vulnerability”
Thank you for all your enquiries and submissions – please note we have received over 150 eligible applications and it is not possible for us to consider late submissions. Notifications on applications will be circulated in May.
Call For Annual STSM is currently closed.
There will be another STSM-call following in summer for the second half year of Year 3 of our Cost-Action (Nov 1 2016- April 30, 2017).
Research Genealogies and Material Practices Training School TATE 27-29 May 2016
In conjunction with the training school, on Friday 27 May Tate Modern will host the public conversation ‘New Materialisms: reconfiguring the object’ between Francesco Manacorda, Artistic Director of Tate Liverpool and Prof. Ann-Sophie Lehmann, University of Groningen chaired by Dr. Iris van der Tuin, Utrecht University
The Training school also hosts: Art matters: contemporary art and philosophy with children
New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on ‘How Matter Comes to Matter’
Scholars presently exploring ‘how matter comes to matter’ call themselves new or neo-materialists. They do radically interdisciplinary research based on the conviction that the current economic, ecological and political crises as well as technological advances and everyday practices do not allow a conception of ‘matter’ as (an) object(s) that could be captured along traditional disciplinary lines. Stock market crashes, earthquakes and the increasing complexity of political and social systems (and their breakdowns) demonstrate active interventions of materials previously regarded mute or socially constructed. Meaning-making (‘to matter’) does not occur only in the linguistic frameworks academic research applies to phenomena and crises in a retrograde move. The current European new materialist scene is vibrant but remains largely dispersed compared to the U.S.A., which dominates discussions at the moment. COST Action IS1307 networks European new materialisms: how do they look, and what can they innovate?