is an MA Seminar on colonial listening and the (im)possibility of non-extractive practices, anticolonial methodologies, poetics, and processes for sound studies.
is an MA Seminar exploring the effects of sound in the body and diverse definitions and discussions on forms of violence. Based on “Sound and Violence, Sound as Violence” BA course.
is an MA Seminar interrogating and intervening on the political and cultural implications of borders, articulated through a decolonizing approach using the theoretical frameworks from Latin American and Caribbean thinkers.
is an MA Seminar which looks beyond the canon of Eurocentric research methodologies in the humanities as an opportunity to understand the assets of research and proposes a re-historicising of them towards a non-colonial, non-eurocentric research standpoint.
is a BA Seminar exploring different articulations of sound and violence, from assessing the effects of sound in the body, to diverse discussions on how sound can be either a direct vector of or an excuse for different forms of oppression.