Audio Visual Resources
To listen to our recorded seminars, please download the files below (or follow the link):
- John Beverley’s Masterclass. The Politics of Theory. Session 1: Structuralism and Postcolonialism. 17 May, 2017
- John Beverley’s Masterclass. The Politics of Theory. Session 2: Cultural Studies / Subaltern Studies. 18 May, 2017.
- John Beverley’s Masterclass. The Politics of Theory. Session 3: Deconstruction, Posthegemony, Neoconservativism, Neo-Fascism, Neo-Utopianism. 22 May, 2017
- John Beverley’s Public Lecture. A New Orientalism? The Question of Literature as Such and Islamic Fundamentalism. 19 May, 2017.
- Roundtable Landscapes of Abandonment, including contributions from Luciana Martins, Jordan Goodman, Leslie Wylie, Ignacio Acosta and Freddy Dewe Mathews. This event was part of the El Encanto exhibition, featuring the work of Dewe Mathews on the history of the rubber industry in the Putumayo area of Colombia. Peltz Gallery, 6 April-4 May, 2017.
- Rui Branquinho, film editor of The Portuguese XXth Century introduces the episode from the series, The End of Empire. Part of the Utopia 2016 – 7th UK Portuguese Film Festival. 7 December, 2016.
- ‘The Invisibility of Women in Film and in the Histories of Colonialism and War,’ roundtable and Q&A with Al jazeera filmmaker Ana Noemi de Sousa, film historian Maria do Carmo Piçarra, and filmdirector Marta Pessoa, chaired by Érica Rodrigues, 21 November 2015
- ‘The Role of the Artist in Latin America’ by Luis Camnitzer, 10 March 2008
- ‘Popular Art and Portuguese Identity. Anatomy of an Exhibition’ by Anthony Shelton, 21 May 2015
- ‘The Ex- of Experimental Cinema: the 1970s Films of Antoni Padrós’ by Steven Marsh, 19 May 2015
- ‘Paracas Necropolis: communities of textile production, exchange networks and social boundaries of the central Andes 150 BC to AD 250’ by Ann H. Peters, 15 March 2012
- ‘The journey and the garden: landscape and modernity in Latin America’ inaugural lecture by Jens Andermann, 21 June 2011
- ‘”The truth will be known when the last witness is dead”: history, not memory’ by Peter Osborne, 17 May 2010
- ‘Intimate foreign eyes: satire and empathy in the Brazilian slave-art of Debret and Agostini‘ by Marcus Wood (discussant: Carmen Fracchia), 9 January 2009
- ‘Mujeres y arte acción en America Latina’ by Josefina Alcázar (discussant: Mathilde Lopez), 5 December 2008
Image credit @ Carmen Fracchia