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Common courses offered by the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and the University of Applied Arts in Gender/Queer/Decolonial Studies.

Poster Gender Queer Decolonial Studies 

Courses Academic Year 2020_21:

Winter term

  • Denise Ackerl, Ibiza ?! – A feminist perspective on authenticity and intimacy in performance and politics, LVNr. 010.042
  • Veronika Eberhart, Depths and Paces of Listening, LVNr. 050.333
  • Isabel Hufschmidt, QUEER CURATING featuring Queerequal. A Parity Check Queer As Epic, LVNr. 050334
  • Franziska Kabisch/ Magdalena Fischer, Feminist Education on Social Media – How to critically analyse online videos and produce them ourselves, LVNr. 060.196
  • Ute Kalender/ Aljoscha Weskott, Contested Techno-Ecologies. Intersectional Gender-Perspectives on Digitalisation, LVNr. 040.120

Summer term

  • Ezgi Erol, Feminist Positions in Times of Conflicts in Contemporary Art, LVNr. 040.128
  • Marianne Sorge-Grace, Radical Vulnerability, The Power of Art Making, Feminism and Community, LVNr. 020.011
  • Julia Wieger, Thinking From And With Peripheries from feminist, queer and decolonial perspectives, LVNr.110.056
  • Dorothea Zeyringer, Research as a feminist tool in performative practices, LVNr. 030.032

Courses offered at the University of Applied Arts

This cooperation between the two universities extends their offer of gender-specific courses and facilitates their mutual acknowledgement of course results.

Attendance of a course at the respective other university comprises the following steps:

  • For students of the University of Applied Arts Vienna: if you wish to enroll a course at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, you are required to register at the Registrar's Office (Studienabteilung) as a co-registered students (Mitbeleger_in) during the period of general registration (please bring your student ID!). The course certificate will then be acknowledged by the Office of the Vice-Rector of Academic Affairs at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. In order to be credited at the University of Applied Arts, an application for advance notice (Antrag auf Vorausbescheid) must be submitted to the responsible dean's office. The application must be sent by e-mail to kurt.wallner@uni-ak.ac.at or studiendekan@uni-ak.ac.at
  • For students of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna: if you wish to enroll a course at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, you are required to register there as a co-registered students during the period of general registration at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (also online at: http://dieangewandte.at/admission). The course certificate will then be acknowledged at the Academy of Fine Arts by the head of the Curricula Commission responsible for your studies [according to the respective study program].

The courses chosen can always be acknowledged as either a free elective course or an optional course. If you wish for your course to be otherwise acknowledged, please contact the head of the Curricula Commission responsible for your studies at the Academy, orthe Dean of Studies at the University of Applied Arts, before the respective course begins.


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