The LCT hosts or is directly affiliated with a number of activities for graduate and undergraduate students at ASU and abroad


post human network (PhuN): the graduate theory reading group
phun : www.post-human.net

the post-human network is an emerging collective of students and faculty based at arizona state university. we engage with streams of ‘post-human’ thought and practice and seek to move beyond anthropocentrism in the academy and in society. we host a regular reading group and an annual post-human network graduate student conference. for more information and updates about the 2018 conference, please visit our website:http://www.post-human.net/conference/submission/

post-human network (phun) conference: march 24-25, 2017

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Undergraduate Study Abroad 

“Design and Society in Amsterdam: Visualizing the Invisible”; led by Stacey Moran Nocek and Adam Nocek

Students on this 2 month program live in Amsterdam and travel throughout the Netherlands to work with Dutch designers and artists, attend lectures and workshops, tour museums, studios and galleries, and participate in multiple creative activities, including a final presentation of their own design.  

June 1- July 28, 2018

studyabroad.asu.edu/?go=Amsterdam

 

 
 

Undergraduate LCT Work

In an attempt to build a stronger network of LCT undergraduates, the LCT is hosting select students from the 2017 study-abroad program to work in the lab for the 2017-2018 academic year. They will be developing their projects in the context of the Phoenix metropolitan area and exhibit them in the DC gallery or in the Centerpoint space in Spring 2018. Ultimately, students use their experience doing self-directed projects abroad as a vehicle to continue their work on socially engaged practices at home.

 

 

 

 
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