Critical European Culture Studies
This presentation proposes a framework for critical studies of culture, especially European culture. The EU project of unification strives for economic, political, and cultural union. Yet the study of the EU has largely ignored culture. We can note that long before the EU, Europe and culture, European culture, these two terms have been deeply connected. What impact has the EU had on culture? How does the contemporary striving for transnational cultural union differ from the European culture of the past? In this fraught contemporary political and economic context, how do we approach culture?
Monday, March 11 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm
CASE building, 1725 Euclid Ave., CASE W311
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