IIPC Visiting Professor Gil Rodman teaches in April & May

IIPC Visiting Professor Gil Rodman (University of Minnesota) teaches a seminar entitled “Cultural Studies: Some Questions” (5 ECTS) in April/May. The syllabus and the readings are available on Dropbox after you have enrolled or expressed interest (see the instructions below).

The seminar will take place on
Tuesday 21 April 4-8 pm
Tuesday  28 April 4-8 pm
Tuesday 5 May 4-8 pm
Place: seminar room Salonki V108, department of Musicology.

Rodman also gives two IIPC debate lectures:

IIPC debate: “Notes on Reconstructing ‘the Popular’”
Thu 16 April, 2-4 pm, Janus Hall

IIPC Debate: “Lions and Writers and Birds, Oh My!: The Racialized Biases of Copyright”
Mon 11 May, 2-4 pm, Mikro Auditorio

GIL RODMAN is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Minnesota, US.  He is the author of Why Cultural Studies? (Wiley Blackwell, 2015), Elvis After Elvis (Routledge, 1996), editor of The Race and Media Reader (Routledge, 2014), and co-editor of Race in Cyberspace (Routledge, 2000).  He is currently working on two book projects: an introduction to the work of Stuart Hall, and a racial history of copyright in the US.

If you want to attend the seminar, please send an e-mail to Kimi Kärki (kierka@utu.fi) to register. You can of course attend the debates even if you don’t participate in the seminar.

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About Kimi Kärki

Coordinator: International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC), PhD Programme in Popular Culture Studies (PPCS) & International Master's programme European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society (EuroMACHS).

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