Scholarship applications for fall/winter 2022–23

Scholarship applications for fall/winter 2022–23

The New Centre for Research & Practice

July 28, 2022
Scholarship applications for fall/winter 2022–23

Application deadline: September 5, 2022
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Thanks to the continuous support of friends, members, and students, in September, The New Centre will enter its ninth year of operation, offering cutting-edge online graduate-level seminars in art & curation, philosophy, architecture & design, and transdisciplinary humanities. 

Scholarship applications for our certificate programs are now open from July 28 to September 5, 2022. To apply, please complete this form. Applications should include a writing sample and a cover letter, showcasing your intellectual interests and clarifying your need for financial relief. Applicants from the Global South will be automatically considered for 50 percent scholarships. Half of our full scholarship recipients are from the Global South, and half are women. We will extend this automatic consideration to those affected by the war in Ukraine. In addition, we have launched a GoFundMe campaign, which will be used towards the tuition of our student Mstislav Kazakov and two full scholarships for Ukrainian applicants.

The New Centre’s fall/winter 2022–23 season will feature seminars by Franziska Aigner, J.-P. Caron, Manuel Correa, Ed Keller & Carla Leitão, Anna Longo, Cecile Malaspina, Michael Marder, Jason Mohaghegh, Rômulo Moraes, Ross McElwain & Jay Springett, Reza Negarestani and Mercedes Vicente. For more information on our offerings, please visit our seminars page

To support and join The New Centre as a non-student, please consider becoming a member. Membership is currently only 100 USD for two years (instead of 300) and 75 USD for a year (instead of 150). Those who wish to support us financially and enjoy the benefits of a lifelong membership can become Friends of The New Centre for a one-time payment of 750 USD or split in twelve installments of 65 USD. Members can access our archive, including 800+ hours of content delivered by internationally-renowned thinkers. They can audit all ongoing and upcoming seminars, get a Google account with unlimited cloud storage, pay reduced consultation fees, and promote their activities via our mailing list and social media channels. 

In April, our Parallel Academia Group organized Hyper Annotations 2.0, an in-person public program during the opening days of the Venice Biennale, featuring conversations between our Researchers Atefeh Ahmadi and Agata Szymanek with artists, curators, and art professionals present in the city. These conversations focused on the post-pandemic conditions for the production of contemporary art. Our guests included: Ingo Arend, Ali Cherri, Dr. Yilmaz Dziewior, Ramin and Rokni Haerizadeh and Hesam Rahmanian, Assaf Kimmel, Vali Mahlouji, Małgorzata Mirga-Tas and Joanna Warsza, Zineb Sedira, and Reid Shier.

In June, our researchers Evrim Bayindir and Carl Olsson organized Unlearning Nihilism, a joint conference in collaboration with Royal Holloway’s Centre for Continental Philosophy. The proceedings of this four-day event will be available on our YouTube Channel soon. 

In January 2022, we partnered with Machines Seeking Connections, a Brooklyn-based theory collective, to create a residency for New Centre Researchers. Supported by our community through GoFundMe, the residency has so far hosted our researcher Artemis Papachristou and will be hosting Cassia Siqueira in September. 

Our student-run online public program, Sheltering Places, continues to connect our students and researchers to relevant philosophers, academics, artists, and curators with whom their research intersects. In the past season, the program hosted Julieta Aranda, Neringa Bumbliene, Lizaveta German, Joanna Warsza, and Rodrigo Nunes

In September, The New Centre will host the second iteration of the Incredible Machines Conference (2.0) in collaboration with Richmond Art Gallery. Conceived as a think tank focusing on the future of our technologically transformed world, the project will culminate with the publication of the guest’s presentations in 2023.

Following the release of A.A. Cavia’s successful volume, Logiciel by TripleAmpersand (&&&), in November, we will release the first-time English translation of François Laruelle’s Phenomenon and Difference, with a preface by Katerina Kolozova. To purchase Logiciel please click here.

Every week, &&& Platform publishes original texts and translations of important works in philosophy, art, technology, and social thought by The New Centre Community. A selection of the past &&& texts has recently been translated to Portuguese and published as a volume titled &&&: Synthetic Philosophy and Acceleration by the Journal Revista das Questões and is available as a PDF download.

Finally, we would like to congratulate some of our researchers and students for their achievements: Ygor Anário for being admitted to a MA degree at Hochschule für Künste Bremen; José Antonio Magalhāes for starting his postdoctoral research in Legal Theory at PUC Rio; Cássia Siqueira for being accepted in the PhD in Philosophy Program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Joel Blanco for being listed as one of the 40 most important futurologists working in Spain by Forbes Magazine.

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