With our lives increasingly revolving around the internet, our access to global information has arguably weakened our connection with the local values and cultural traditions.
The Indonesian government has incorporated the emerging ‘Nusantaran Architecture’ in its massive national tourism plan - dubbed ‘the Ten New Bali’, accentuating a narration of culture preservation.
Doing research across different contexts: Challenges, connections and contradictions
In this special session on Deleuzean philosophy, PhD students and ECRs discussed the various aspects of Deleuze’s work and its implication for their research. The meeting was chaired by Tanzil Shafique, who also opened the discussion with an introduction to Deleuze.
The monthly session started with presentations from Reden Recio and Rewa Marathe. Reden presented his findings from his recent trip to Manila and Rewa shared her insights from her trip to Delhi.
The monthly SEED session kicked of with a presentation on methodology by Tanzil Shafique.
Space for Engagement and Epistemic Diversity (SEED) is an initiative of the InfUr Hub to allow a safe space for phd students and early-career researchers (ECR) to engage and learn from each other.