Passionate Affinities: Literature and Networks – Prof. Rita Felski on her forthcoming book ‘Hooked: Art and Attachment’ (Fall 2020)

Prof. Rita Felski (University of Virginia) is visiting the Re- Network as part of the ‘Canons vs. Icons’ series on Monday, December 2nd (Audit Room, King’s College, 5-7pm), prior to delivering the Annual Tagore Lecture in Comparative Literature at UCL. Prof. Felski will be in conversation with Re- convenor Dr. Francesco Giusti (Bard College Berlin/ICI […]

‘Re-Enacting Icons: Self-Portraiture and Selfies’: Prof. Gabriella Giannachi on her current research at the University of Exeter

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Roberta Breitmore, 1974-1978. External Transformations: Roberta’s Construction Chart, No. 1, Dye transfer print, 40″ x 30″, 1975. Courtesy of the artist. How has the rendering of the concept of the ‘self’ in art changed from the early 1400s to the digital present? To explore self-representation in self-portraiture, a number of paintings, photographs, […]

‘Re-/Un-working Tragedy: Perspectives from the Global South’: Ekin Bodur on her upcoming Re- Network conference

But how does recognisable repetition operate as a unique kind of site for invention, and for speech? And how might we see a Global South engagement with the tragic canon as a de-stabilizing gesture – an un-working, rather than a re-working?