Sadler Seminar Series

A workshop aimed at researchers, artists and activists whose work serves to document and record processes of displacement and resistance to displacement.
Mikhail Karikis and Joseph Kohlmaier present their current work and practice through seminar lecture and performance. Extending our Sadler Seminar Series ‘Tunings of the World’.
We are excited to stage a symposium on the work of the extraordinary African American composer and performer Julius Eastman (1940-90).
Elaine Mitchener and Anton Lukoszevieze lead an ensemble from the University of Leeds in a programme of musical performance celebrating the radical Black composers Julius Eastman and Ben Patterson.
Extending our Sadler Seminar Series ‘Tunings of the World’, Andrea Gyenge (University of Toronto) addresses the place of the mouth in Jean-Luc Nancy’s work—from his earliest commentaries on Descartes to his last texts—including “Hymne Stomique,” written for her co-authored interview with him in 2020.
This is the second seminar in Reframing Displacement, a LAHRI-funded interdisciplinary Sadler Seminar Series project running during 2021/22. The seminar will stage a discussion between the work of four researchers: Meryem Belkadi (University of British Columbia) Mara Ferreri (University of Northumbria) Sơn Ca Lâm (Dartmouth College) Zheng Wang (University of Sheffield) The Sadler Seminar series…
A seminar exploring how different modes and scales of research conceptualise and critically engage with the concept of displacement.