Call for Participants: PSi Summer School #1.5
PSi #24 Performance as Network: Arts, City, Culture
Daegu, South Korea
PSi Future Advisory Board (FAB);
Structure and Schedule: Performances, seminars, and workshops from 1-7 July 2018
The PSi Future Advisory Board calls for applications to PSi’s second summer school to coincide with PSi #24 in Daegu, South Korea. PSi Summer School #1.5 will bring together scholars, artists, and activists over the course of seven days and in an intensive series of activities directed at thinking through, working with, and creating anew pressing issues and rising trends in performance studies. We propose the interval ‘1.5’ in the title as a gesture to the temporality in which the summer school happens, in between conferences, but also, and perhaps more centrally, to the fertility of the unfinished, the incomplete, and the “not-yet here” (Muñoz 2009). This edition will therefore take the themes of Overflow (PSi #23 Hamburg) and Network (PSi #24 Daegu) as the frame for our discussions. Further details will be available in the coming months. Please direct inquiries and interest to PSi Future Advisory Board: email@example.com.
The Future Advisory Board (FAB) is a PSi initiative that aims to bring together graduate students and early career scholars and artists worldwide, and increase visibility of the diversity of Performance Studies. Current members include Asher Warren, Azadeh Sharifi, Areum Jeong, Yiota Demetriou, Felipe Cervera, Shawn Chua, Eero Laine, and Evelyn Wan. Check out our archive for information about our activities.
Current graduate students, recent PhD graduates (last 3 years) including post-doctoral researchers and junior faculty, independent scholars and artists are welcome to apply.
Participants should be able to commit to the entire program including the pre-conference days.
Applicants must be current PSi Members and will need to register for the conference.
In order to apply, please submit the following materials by
March 1st, 2018 APRIL 15, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- One page CV/resume
- Personal Statement (no more than 500 words)
- Proof of PSi membership