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ARTISTIC PRODUCTION AND THE FEMINIST THEORY OF ART: NEW DEBATES IV

June 30, 2011


10:30 // Delivery of documentation
             Presentation of the course:  Xabier Arakistain + Lourdes Méndez

 
I –  The Social Dimension of Art: Artists, Works, Contexts.
11:00 // Laura Mulvey
12:30 // Nathalie Heinich
17:00 // Teresa de Lauretis
18:30 // Round table: Laura Mulvey + Nathalie Heinich + Teresa de Lauretis. Moderator: Xabier Arakistain.


LAURA MULVEY
Professor of Film and Media Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London. She has been writing about film and film theory since the mid-1970s. She has published Visual and Other Pleasures (1989, second edition with additional material 2009), Fetishism and Curiosity (1996), Citizen Kane (1996), Death Twenty-four Times a Second: Stillness and the Moving Image (2006). In the late 1970s and early 1980s, she co-directed six films with Peter Wollen, including Riddles of the Sphinx. In 1994, she co-directed a documentary with artist/filmmaker Mark Lewis entitled Disgraced Monuments.

NATHALIE HEINICH
Sociologist at the Paris CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research). As well as numerous articles in scientific and cultural magazines, Heinich has published some twenty works on issues such as the status of the artist and the concept of authorship (La Gloire de Van Gogh, 1991; Du peintre à l’artiste, 1993; Etre écrivain, 2000; L’Elite artiste, 2005); contemporary art (Le Triple jeu de l’art contemporain, 1998; L'Art contemporain exposé aux rejets, 1998; Guerre culturelle et art contemporain, 2010); female identity (États de femme, 1996; Mères-filles, une relation à trois, 2002, with Caroline Eliacheff; Les Ambivalences de l’émancipation féminine, 2003); the history of sociology (La Sociologie de Norbert Elias, 1997; Pourquoi Bourdieu, 2007) and values (La Fabrique du patrimoine, 2009). Her books and articles have been translated to fifteen languages.

TERESA DE LAURETIS
Distinguished Professor Emerita of the History of Consciousness at the University of California, Santa Cruz, de Lauretis was born and educated in Italy. She has written on feminist theory, semiotics, psychoanalysis, film, literature and science fiction in both English and Italian. Her books include Alice Doesn't (1984), Technologies of Gender (1987), The Practice of Love (1994), Soggetti eccentrici (Milano, 1999), Freud’s Drive: Psychoanalysis, Literature and Film (London, 2008; Pulsions Freudiennes, Paris, 2010). Collections of her essays in feminist theory include Figures of Resistance (2007) and Diferencias (Madrid, 2000).


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