Possibly tactical institutions of academia, theory, design, etc.
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Hyper-academic / Universities
* New School, NYC/USA:
also see Wiki🔗Eugene_Lang_College_of_Liberal_Arts(R/W)
* European Graduate School (EGS), Malta & Switzerland:
* AHS (Arts, Health and Society Division) division
* PACT (PHILOSOPHY, ART & CRITICAL THOUGHT) division
* Jan Van Eyck, NL:
"Multiform institute for fine art, design and reflection"
* Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, California, USA:
* Goldsmiths, London/UK:
* the labs
* "Creative Computing" department
* ARITHMUS project
* Aalto, Helsinki:
* Medialab : Systems of Representation http://sysrep.uiah.fi/
* RCA, London/UK
* Leuphana, Lüneburg/DE:
* Post-Media lab [discontinued; because 'follow the funding; plus turn to 'advanced studies' academic style]
* 'Centre for Digital Cultures' as virtual trans-academic brand; (still) mainly powered by DCRL (Digital Cultures Research Lab) as 'transmission unit'
* some work on "hacker" topic now (Marcel Mars, etc)
* Black Mountain College, NC/USA
* Queen Mary University, London/UK:
* Computational Creativity Lab
* UCL London/UK:
* UCL STEaPP ... Action Research (Tech + Policy)
* Institute of Making research makerspace (?)
* International Institute of Social Studies, Den Haag/NE:
Departments, Labs, Institutes etc
* The Piet Zwart Institute (Master Media Design and Communication) @Rotterdam/NL
* MIT Media Lab @MA/USA
* http://www.hiit.fi/research / http://www.hiit.fi/augmentedresearch @Helsinki/FI
* Datactive @University of Amsterdam/NL
* ASPECT at Virginia Tech VA/USA
* V2_, Institute for the Unstable Media (Rotterdam/NL)
* Transnational Institute (Amsterdam/NL)
Para-academic: foundations, new institutions, etc
* The Situationist International (late 50s-60s-early 70s), see wiki
* Yippies (late 60s/70s), see wiki and the book (TT🔗yippie)
* Telekommunisten with Dmytri Kleiner and Baruch Gottlieb
* P2P Foundation with Michel Bauwens
* totalism.org hackbase "a tactical post-capitalism platform, researching and building hackbases (live-in hackerspaces) free lifestyle infrastructure" (Lanzarote, Canary Islands)
* id22 (Berlin/DE)
* n55 (Copenhagen/DE and "Land"), see about
* PAF Performing arts Forum (France)
* HKW Anthropocene Curriculum / Campus (Berlin/DE)
* continent. "maps a topology of unstable confluences and ranges across new thinking, traversing interstices and alternate directions in culture, theory, biopolitics and art"
* Tiqqun journal / group
* Waag Society, "institute for art, science and technology" (Amsterdam/NL)
* Shuttleworth foundation (South Africa)
* Chelsea Hotel ~50-80s (?), NYC/USA
* Zeppelin University (Friedrichshafen, Germany)
* Kaospilots (Aarhus, Denmark)
* Uni Witten-Herdecke (Witten, Germany)
* Knowmads (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Publishers, Magazines, E-Libraries, etc
* Monoskop, "a wiki for collaborative studies of the arts, media and humanities"
* Polity Books \ Theory Redux
* E-Flux http://www.e-flux.com/ / http://www.facebook.com/efluxeflux/
* Aaaarg "pirate library" http://aaaaarg.fail/ / http://www.facebook.com/aaaarg.org/
META + RESEARCH + GOALS
“If you want to get laid, go to college. If you want an education, go to the library.”
― Frank Zappa
What could come out of this:
* associate individuals (Profs/researchers) with institutions/departments
* collect syllabae ("reading lists") and cross-associate ("who reads what", "what is canonical", "what is understudied?", etc)
* serve to connect and make people working/interested in similar directions become aware of each other, and meet
Different approaches to develop this:
* "who teaches this?":
Norbert Wiener, Ted Nelson, Alexander Bogdanov, ...
* where to study:
complex systems, tektology, systems theory, ...
* traverse cool conf/events academics and investigate where they come from:
CCC hacker events, HKW Campus, [...]
* just google a bunch of what is already found together ("query expansion"):
* "Who's who in Media Research":
* i think the problem is that there is not a bridge and link between people that are doing valuable research within institutes and academia and the massive public. I believe that there is no need to do MEDIA RESEARCH or PRESS research, but
there is a need to think and reflect HOW to bridge the gap between people who watch television and people who are not obedient in terms of following the mass public opinion. I think this is the real challenge.
Why I am saying this? In AMsterdam I have done internship at the best globally leading research institute - TNI - but they didn't have the proper link in networking the wider public opinion within EU. I think if they could accomplish this, a lot would be done.
PAD + UNSORTED + NEW
Sort this! <---- #TODO
If unsure where in above's soft categories, add new stuff here:
* "New Babylon" (Constant Nieuwenhuys):
* "Project Sigma" (Alexander Trocchi):
* mitX "micromasters":
* http://www.inura.org/ international network for urban research and action
* http://rcpp.lensbased.net/ Research Center for Proxy Politics
* http://anthropocene.au.dk/ AURA: Aarhus University Research on the Anthropocene
* http://www.kit.edu KIT Karlsruhe:
specifically http://www.itas.kit.edu/ , via friend: "No single "critical engineer" can cover all consequences of technological progress - such as: political, economical, social and other implications. My favorite science-fiction novels cover social and/or political topics as well. Indeed in Germany there is an institute covering these topics and reserching: Institut fuer Technikfolgenabschaetzung. Which means there is an Institude for an estimation of possible results concerning the society, when we apply or develop new technologies."
* north Italy thing Paul mentioned .... +cumbia knows?
* German uni where you can graduate / phd from "hacking" ?
* "Scott Page is the Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Political Science, and Economics at the University of Michigan and an external faculty member at the Santa Fe Institute"
* http://www.apass.be/ @Brussels/BE
* http://threecrises.org Collected research by Brian Holmes on crisis theory and social change
* http://www.traficantes.net/nociones-comunes [para-academic]. madrid
* http://www.pifas.net/main/history Philadelphia Institute for Advanced Studies ?
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institute_for_Advanced_Study ???
* ANTIPODE FOUNDATION http://antipodefoundation.org/scholar-activist-project-awards/
* HumLab (Umea) http://www.humlab.umu.se/en
* The Public School (Berlin) http://thepublicschool.org/
• The Slow University (Warzaw)
* http://icd.uni-stuttgart.de/?cat=6 ? Stuttgart Computational Design
* The New Centre for Research & Practice:
example event see http://www.facebook.com/events/1985678384989962/
"The New Centre for Research & Practice is conceived upon the idea that the space of knowledge is a laboratory for navigating the links between thought and action. Our pedagogical approach bootstraps the conventional role of the Arts and Sciences to construct new forms of research and practice alongside, within, and between the existing disciplines and technologies. The New Centre’s aim is a constructivist one, to assemble an environment, both virtual and actual, that inspires our members to invent alternate understandings that can be put into collective practice."
* "The event will take place at Pratt Institute (Manhattan Campus), The New School for Social Research, and e-flux."
* Madrid cooperative of sociology researchers (work) <david.serrano
* Interface cultures, @Linz/AT
* "CIF" @ Madrid +edu +cumbia:
cooking <-> education ("formation") + theory + making + "pluriversity" + ...
starts in early 2017 (?)
metrics driven (?)
email@example.com has info
* in general: postuni big conceptual projects
* university comparisons in general:
* http://www.stifterverband.org/ and http://hochschulforumdigitalisierung.de/
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