lectures

Teresa Retzer, Computable – Incomputable at ZDF Digitale Kunsthalle, at Art Social 2

Teresa Retzer, Computable – Incomputable at ZDF Digitale Kunsthalle: Is the universe one big computer? Is it composed of cellular automata? If so, would the human subject be entirely computable?, at Future Affairs Berlin 2020

Teresa Retzer, Today’s New Right Movements in Germany and across Europe. Old and New, at: Against the Grain. The Ethics, Politics, and Poetics of Contrarian Speech, Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research (June 2019): Ideologies against the ‘Free World’

Teresa Retzer, The resurgence of Blood and Soil. Symbols and artifacts of Völkische Siedlungen and Neo-Nazi Villages in Germany, at: Blood and Soil and Earth, CUNY Center New York, organized by Shift Journal of Visual and Material Culture (March 2019)

Teresa Retzer, The significance of the photographic image in a data-based reality, at: Photography in Academic Research: Images in the Post-Truth Era, Birkbeck College University of London (September 2018)

Teresa Retzer, Rechte Räume – Right-wing activism in Germany building up its own, at: Flags, Identity, Memory Critiquing the Public Narrative through Color, Université de Lille (February 2018)