Renowned Filmmaker Harun Farocki to Discuss Recent Work June 17th at 8pm

As part of the 2014 Princeton-Weimar Media Studies Summer School, the fourth instance of this annual event that brings together graduate students from around to world for a series of intense seminars and workshops, the renowned German filmmaker Harun Farocki will screen and discuss some of his recent work. The event, which is free and open […]

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2014 Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies

Fourth Annual Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies will take place in Princeton, NJ from June 15 – June 21, 2014. The Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies – a collaboration between the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie, IKKM) and Princeton University (German Department) – returns to Princeton in 2014 for its […]

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2013 Summer School: Call for Applications

Reveals: Seams, Scars, Thresholds, and Frames

Third Annual Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies

Weimar, June 15–22, 2013

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Natalie Binczek (Bochum): To Give a Lecture. With a Focus on Roland Barthes’ “The Preparation of the Novel”

In conjunction with the 2014 Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies, Natalie Binczek, Professor of Neugermanistik, insbesondere Theorie und Geschichte literarischer Kommunikation und ihrer Medien at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and Visiting Professional Research Associate at Princeton’s German department will give a lecture on Roland Barthes’ “La Préparation du Roman.” The talk will explore how this late work by the […]

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Siegert and Kafka to Engage in a Critical Dialogue on Media and Materiality at Columbia University

Friday March 14, 12-2:00 Heyman Center for the Humanities Columbia University. Summer School director Bernhard Siegert (IKKM Weimar) and Summer School ’12 faculty member Ben Kafka (NYU) will engage in a critical dialogue on Media and Materiality in New York on Friday, March 14. Using Latour’s essay “Has Critique Run Out of Steam” as a […]

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