Agenda

06 12 21
How Do Platforms Reshape the Cultural Industries?

The widespread uptake of digital platforms – from YouTube and Instagram to Twitch and TikTok – is reconfiguring cultural production in profound, complex, and highly uneven ways. Longstanding media industries are experiencing tremendous upheaval, while new industrial formations – live-streaming, social media influencing, and podcasting, among others – are evolving at breakneck speed. What are the implications of the rise of platforms for how cultural producers create, distribute, market, and monetize cultural content and services?

Datum
Maandag 6 dec 2021 17:00 – 18:30
Locatie
Online
09 12 21
LGBT+ Politics and Representation

The year 2021 marks a milestone for the representation of LGBT+ people in Dutch politics, as the first trans woman was elected into parliament. This evening, academics, politicians and activists from the US and the Netherlands draw lessons from a trans-Atlantic comparison of LGBT+ rights and representation, discuss the challenges of cracking the LGBT+ glass ceiling, and formulate strategies towards more inclusive politics.

Datum
Donderdag 9 dec 2021 20:00 – 21:30
Locatie
Online
10 01 22
Unravelling Human Behaviour
Irrationality Rules

What type of human behaviour do infectious diseases expose? What do these insights tell us about our society? Together with NIAS Fellow and epidemiologist Luc Coffeng and sociologist Will Tiemeijer we aim to unravel the interplay between infectious diseases and health related behaviour and beliefs. Why is it so hard for us to accept and address the reality that infectious diseases impose on us?

Datum
Maandag 10 jan 2022 17:00 – 18:30
Locatie
SPUI25