The following is produced for 'What future for Education' (2018, Institute of Education, University of London on Coursera) week 5: In an ideal world, how do you think education should be organised? What priorities do you think it should reflect? And who should be responsible for ensuring that it is of a good quality? Is… Continue reading A cultural historian’s approach to learning / By way of homework
The following is written in response / review to the State of the Monument (Nov 20, 2018 organised by the Cultural Studies and Contemporary Arts Lab, European University, Cyprus) via Loizidou, C. (2014) Commemoration, Public art and Memorial Politics in Cyprus, 1901-2013 [thesis] If monuments are about asserting or compensating for insecure regimes, then I… Continue reading perhaps it’s the nihilism, OR “If I were to start over, I would have been researching public fountains”
I really wanted to be a police officer. The dream was dashed when I realised that I couldn't produce passing transcripts during the Police Exams. I didn't have it in me to suspend critical thought in a way that would allow me to go through with it / answer the exam questions. It had become clear that this was the underlying requirement. What was left was to undergo the exercise as a kind of performance.
OR Unpacking Chapter 7. Conflict as capital: Contemporary art and the heritage of conflict OR Harlem Shake: The UN and libidinal resistance in Cyprus OR PhD Tips: Getting through the Viva Click here for full screen Citation: Loizidou, C. (2016). "On the Nicosia Airport." Presented at the "Troubled Contemporary Art Practices in the Middle East:… Continue reading on the Nicosia Airport (2016)
on cyberwarfare & gender issues in academic referencing: https://merylalper.com/2016/02/22/please-read-the-article-please-cite-women-academics/ on how to get tenure (with a disabled child) http://matt.might.net/articles/tenure/ Johannes Haushofer's CV OF FAILURES https://www.princeton.edu/~joha/Johannes_Haushofer_CV_of_Failures.pdf