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University of Antwerp

Arts & Media Archaeology summer school “Performing Media Histories”

The Arts & Media Archaeology team are eager to present the second edition of their summer school:

Arts & Media Archaeology: Performing Media Histories 

26-30 August 2024 

University of Antwerp City Campus 

Deadline: 15 May for early bird and non-EU citizens, 30 June for regular registration 

Join us on a journey through the linked histories of media and performance. Experiment with old and new technologies and explore the sensory dimensions of media. Engage with leading experts, collaborate with contemporary artists, and become part of a dynamic learning experience, questioning, experimenting, and critically analyzing the role of media in our past and present. 

This Summer School is aimed at research MA and PhD students and advanced scholars or artists in the field of Arts, Performance, Media and Cultural History. Successful completion can be awarded with 6 credits in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). 

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You can find more information and the registration link on our summer school website. Stay up to date on this summer school and future events through our newsletter, Facebook, Twitter and blog

This Summer School is organized in the framework of “Science at the Fair: Performing Knowledge and Technology in Western Europe, 1850-1914” (, a five-year research project coordinated by Nele Wynants, funded by the European Research Council (ERC).




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