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Dr. S.M. (Sudeep) Dasgupta

Faculty of Humanities
Departement Mediastudies
Photographer: Eduard Lampe

Visiting address
  • Turfdraagsterpad 9
  • Room number: 225
Postal address
  • Postbus 94550
    1090 GN Amsterdam
  • Profile


    • (2016) "Fragments in Relation: Trajectories of/for an Unbound Europe". In E. Peeren, H. Stuit and A. Weyenberg (eds.), Peripheral Visions in the Globalizing Present: Space, Mobility, Aesthetics. Leiden and Boston: Rodopi Brill.
    • (2015) "The Aesthetics of Neutrality, or Escape from the Identical", Escape! Strategien des Entkommens. Instititut für Theater, Film und Medienwissenschaft der Universität Wien.
    • (2015) "Toward a Media Archaeology of Inscription, Experience and Temporality". In A. Beltrame, G. Fidotta and A. Mariani (eds.), At the Borders of (Film) History: Temporality, Archaeology, Theories (Udine, Forum)
    • BOOK: What's Queer about Europe: Productive Encounters and Re-enchanting Paradigms. Eds. M. Rosello and S. Dasgupta. New York: Fordham University Press, 2014.
    • (2014) "Queer and Europe: An Encounter" (with Mireille Rosello). In M. Rosello and S. Dasgupta (Eds.), What's Queer about Europe: Productive Encounters and Re-enchanting Paradigms. New York: Fordham University Press.
    • (2013) "The Spiral of thought in the work of Jacques Rancière". Theory & Event, 16(1)
    • (2013) "Detours, delays, derailments: La Petite Jérusalem and slow training in culture". In C. Lindner & A. Hussey (Eds.), Paris-Amsterdam underground: essays on cultural resistance, subversion, and diversion (Cities and cultures) (pp. 65-75). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
    • (2013) "Permanent Transiency, Tele-visual Spectacle, and the Slum as Postcolonial Monument". South Asian Studies, 29(1), 147-157.
    • (2012) "Policing the People: Television Studies and the problem of 'quality'", NECS-US: The European Journal of Media Studies 1.
    • (2012) "The Aesthetics of Displacement and the Performance of Migration" in Mieke Bal and Miguel Hernandez-Navarro (eds.), Art and Visibility in Migratory Culture: Conflict, Resistance and Agency (Rodopi: New York and Amsterdam)
    • (2011) "The Spare Image in an Unsparing World: Framing the Soldier in an Indeterminate War", Transformations 19
    • (2010) "Alterity and Identities: The Paradoxes of Authenticity" in A. Hoffman and E. Peeren (eds.), Representation Matters: (Re)articulating Collective Identities in a Postcolonial World (Rodopi: New York and Amsterdam)
    • (2009) "Words, Bodies, Times: Queer Theory before and after itself", borderlands 8:2 (Special issue: Jacques Ranci è re on the shores of Queer theory)
    • (2009) "Resonances and Disjunctions: Matrixial Subjectivity andQueer theory", Studies in the Maternal 2 (Special issue: Seduction into Life - Co-responding with Bracha Ettinger)
    • (2009) "JacquesRancière", in Felicity Colman (ed.), Film, Theory and Philosophy: The Key Thinkers , Durham: Acumen.
    • (2009) "Trouble in the Contact Zone: Culture and Art in the Age of Identity", Van Abbe Museum 5 ( 15 January - 29 March )
    • (2009) "Conjunctive Times, Disjointed Time: Philosophy between Enigma and Disagreement", Parallax 52 (Special issue: Jacques Ranci è re - In Disagreement)
    • (2008) "The Visuality of the Other: The place of the migrant between Derrida's Ethics and Rancière's Aesthetics in Calais: the Last Border ", in A. Rotas and M. Aydemir, Migrant Settings (Rodopi: New York and Amsterdam)
    • (2008) "Art is goingelsewhere...and Politics has to catch it: An Interview with Jacques Rancière", Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy , 2008(1): 70-76.
    • (2008) Between Surfaces and Depths: The Afterlives of "Tales of Sound in Fury". In P. Pisters et al. Mindthe Screen: Media Concepts according to Thomas Elsaesser . Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. ( with Wim Staat).
    • (2008) Between the Aesthetics of Migration and Migratory Aesthetics. In Grant Watson et al. Santhal Family: Positions around an Indian Sculpture . Antwerpen: Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst.
    • "The Politics of Contamination: Review of Pheng Cheah, Inhuman Conditions: On Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights ", in Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy , 2008 (3): 47-52.
    • (2007) Running A(g)round: Migratory Aesthetics and the Politics of Translation. In Sam Durrant and C.M. Lord(Eds.) Essays in Migratory Aesthetics: Cultural Practices Between Migration and Art-Making . Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi.  
    • (2007) Jacques Ranciere en de spiraal van het denken over politiek en esthetiek. In Jacques Ranciere, Het Esthetische Denken . Amsterdam: Valiz.  
    • BOOK : (2007) Constellations of the Transnational: Modernity, Culture, Critique . (Ed.) Rodopi: Amsterdam and New York.
    • (2007) Cultural Constellations, Critique and the Work of Cultural Studies. In Constellations of the Transnational: Modernity, Culture , Critique. Sudeep Dasgupta (Ed.). Rodopi: Amsterdam & New York.
    • ·   (2007) Whither Culture? Globalization, Media and the promise of Cultural Studies. In Constellations of the Transnational: Modernity, Culture, Critique . Sudeep Dasgupta (Ed.) Rodopi: Amsterdam&NewYork.
    • (2006) Multiple Symptoms and the Visible Real: Culture, Media and the Displacements of Vision. [In]Visible Culture: AnElectronic Journal for Visual Culture 10.
    • (2004)  Visual Culture and the Place of Modernity. In Ackbar Abbas and John Erni (eds.), Internationalizing Cultural Studies: A Reader . London: Blackwell.
    • (2006) Gods in the Sacred Marketplace: Hindu Nationalism and the Return of the Aura in the Public Sphere. In Birgit Meyer and Annelies Moors (eds.), Religion, Media and the Public Sphere . Indianapolis-Bloomington: Indiana University Press
    • (2005)  Suspending the Body: Biopower and the Contradiction of Family Values in Les Terres Froides . In Wim Staat and Patricia Pisters (eds.), Shooting the Family: Transnational Media and Intercultural Values . Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP.
    • (2003)  On Screen: Electronic Media and the Embodied Subject. Etnofoor 15, 1/2 (double issue)
    • (2003)  and Kooijman, J. Kijken 'tussen' twee culturen: Watching Driving Miss Palmen . In Tessa Boerman, Patricia Pisters and Jose Segal (eds.), Beeldritsen: Visuele Cultuur en ethnische diversiteit in Nederland . Amsterdam: de Balie
    • (2000)  Queering the Centre:Marginality, Sexuality and the Politics of Multiculturalism. Thamyris 7, 1/2 (double issue)
    • (1999)  Beyond Race Thinking. Postcolonial Studies 2.2.
    • (1999) Topologies of Nationalism: Constructing the Native between the Local and the Global. In James N. Brown and Patricia M. Sant (eds.), Indigeneity: Constructions and Re/Presentations . Commack, New York: Nova Science Publishers.

    Research Projects

    • Europeanizing Spaces: Cultural Encounters and Entangled Histories [Joint ASCA-ICG research project]
    • What's Queer Here [ ASCA research project ]
    • Migratory Aesthetics [ ASCA research project ]

    Conferences ( selection )

    Dissensual Politics and Dissident Desires: Between the national, the colonial and the global, Symposium: Dissident Desires Africa/Asia: Critical Comparative Analyses on Gender and Sexuality, KNAW/ Institute for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, 2017.

    The Paradoxes of Individual Freedom and Sexual Rights, Public Lecture, OBA Amsterdam, KNAW/The Royal Netherlands Academy for the Arts & Sciences, 2017.

    (Invited Lecture) Relations and Disconnections: The Fragility of Thinking and the Obtuseness of the Aesthetic in Cinematic Experience. Conference: “Figurations of Solidarity. Movements of the Political in a Minor Cinema”, Department of Theatre, Film and Media Studies, University of Vienna, 2016.

    Mimetic Modulations and the  Aesthetic Experience of the Composite Media Subject, Contemporary Film and Media Aesthetics:Culture, Nature, and Technology in the 21st Century, XXII International Conference of Film Studies, Roma Tre University – Department of Philosophy, Media, and Performing Arts, 2016.

    Vulnerability, Resistance, Sociality: The Dynamics of Co-emergent Subjectivities in Contemporary Culture, Conference: Practices of Transformation: The Organised Cultural Encounter, Roskilde University, 2016.

    Journeys of Displacement: Thinking Trajectories Otherwise in Contemporary Globalization, Symposium on Cities of the South/ Cities of the North, Institute for Culture Inquiry, Berlin, 2015.

    The Aesthetics of Postcolonial Presence and the Politics of (In)difference. Conference: Postcolonial Cinemas in Europe: Migration, Identity and Spatiality in Film Genres, NIAS, 2015.

    Mimetic Disfigurations: Media subjects and the historicity of Screen Visions  Conference: Mimetic Mutations, Bauhaus Universitat, Weimar, 2015.

    Disorienting Identity and the Queering of the Postcolonial, Conference: Communication, Postcoloniality and Social Justice, Villanova University, 2015.

    Cinematic Inscriptions: History, Temporality and Experience  Conference: At the Borders of (Film) History: Temporality, Archaeology, Theories, Udine University, 2014.

          The Aesthetics of Moving Culture in Adorno and Rancière Conference: Critical Theory, Film and Media: Where is “Frankfurt” now?, Goethe-        Universität, Frankfurt, 2014

    An Aesthetics of Movement and the Politics of the Neutral, Conference: Escape! Strategies, University of Vienna, 2013.

    Excentric Interiority and the Neutral Image of Transnational Europe.  Conference: Filming Transnational Interiors, Trinity College, Cambridge, 2012.

    (Keynote Lecture): Dissensual Configurations: The Politics of Literarity across Cultural Forms. Literature and Intervention HERMES Symposium, June 2012
    (Plenary Lecture): Staging Europe and the Dialectics of Disclosure Current Issues in European Cultural Studies, Narkopping, Sweden, 2011
    Quality Television: Cultural Studies and the Discursive Staging of "the People" Cultural Studies and the Popular, Conference at the American University in Paris, 2011
    Cultural Difference and Paternalism: Lecture-Conversation with Judith Butler
    International Institute for Visual Arts, London. February 2011
    Virtual Palimpsests: Memorializing Otherness through an Aesthetics of Transiency, Conference:The Afterlives of Monuments Conference, Central St. Martin's, London and TRAiN, London, April 2010.
    Encountering Frames of War between the Politics of Detachment and attachment
    "Frames of War" Intensive Programme (under the direction of Judith Butler), [Cosmopolitanism, Peace and Conflict]
    Centre for the Humanities, University of Utrecht
    The Power of the Relation: Art and Emancipation in Rancière, Adorno and Benjamin
    NECS Conference, University of Lund,Lund, 2009.

    Relational Thinking and Migrancy: The Politics of Space and the Image of Europe
    Migratory Politics conference, ASCA/Cendeac, Amsterdam, 2007.
    Migratory Aesthetics/ Aesthetic Migrations: Contrapuntal Notes on the Aesthetics of Displacement
    Migratory Aesthetics conference, Murcia/Cendeac, Spain. 2007

    Signatures of the Invisible: Postmodernism, Technology and the Convergence of the Cinematic Subject.
    Second Congress of the European Network forCinema andMedia Studies. Vienna. 2007

    Postcolonial Screens and QueerRe-Visions: Modernity, Media and the Sexualized Body.
    Screen Studies Conference, Glasgow. 2007

    Time,Space and the Political: The EU and the Partition of History
    Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Istanbul, July 2006.

    Another Turn of the Screw: Dialectical Contradictions, Critical Aesthetics and Unthinking the Political.
    Politics and Aesthetics: With and Around Jacques Rancière, University of Amsterdam, June 2006.  

    Ethics, Politics and the Visuality of the Other
    Migratory Aesthetics Conference, ASCA and CentreCATH, Leeds, January 2006.
    The Memory of Hope:   Migratory Aesthetics in the Politics of Before Night Falls
    Migratory Aesthetics Conference, ASCA and CATH, Amsterdam, January 2005

    Digging for Television in the Multimedia Age: Media Archaeology , TV and the Elusive Object of Quality.
    First Alpe-Adria Cultural StudiesConference: The Landscapes of Cultural Studies, Klagenfurt, October 2005.

    Between the Retina and the Body: Regimes of Visuality andtheTruths of Modernity
    Visual Knowledges Conference, Edinburgh, September, 2003.
    Betweenthe fences: Postcolonial culture and the Aestheticization of Politics
    Accented Cultures Conference, Amsterdam, June,2003

    Media, Postmodernism and the Place of Identity.
    CrossroadsinCultural Studies Conference, Tampere, June 2002.

    Nation on Fire: Gender, Sexuality and the Politics of Disrobing in Indian Cinema.
    Mediatizing Privacy: Conference organized by University of Amsterdam and Centre d'Études Recherches Internationale, Paris, Amsterdam, May, 2002.

    Hindu (Trans)Nationalism: The Aura of Modernity and the Promises of Globalization
    International Conference: Religion, Media and the Public Sphere, ASSR, University of Amsterdam and ISIM, Leiden, November, 2001 .

    Profane Illuminations: Intellectual Visuality and Images of Sacrality Under Globalisation.
    Political Theologies Conference, Amsterdam ( Harvard University-University of Amsterdam), July 2001.

    Producing Culture, Consuming Identity: Contemporary Globalisations and the Production of "Indian Culture".
    Annual South Asia Studies Conference, Madison-Wisconsin, October, 2000.

    Teaching Conducted at UvA

    Graduate level (Ph.D, M.A and Research Master's)
    Ph.D Theory seminar in Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis (ASCA)

    Research Seminar Cultural Analysis
    Postcolonial Identity and Film
    Media Archaeology (Film)
    The Frankfurt School andPostmodernism
    Manifestos and Media: Modernism to the Digital Age
    Television Studies: Theory and debates
    Master's Tutorials
    Postcolonial Theory and Media
    Adorno, Benjamin and Visual Culture
    Undergraduate level(B.A)
    Media, Culture, Identity
    Television: An Introduction
    Philosophy for theHumanities
    Research Seminars
    The Frankfurt School and Postmodernism
    Postmodernism: Jameson and Lyotard
    Multiculturalism and Media
    Teaching elsewhere in the Humanities
    Theodor Adorno: Critical and Aesthetic Theory
    ( Ph.D colloquim -Department of Philosophy, 2003)

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    Invited Lectures/ Interviews (selection)

    Marie Jahoda Guest Rrofessor, Ruhr Universitat - Bochum, Germany, Autumn 2011.      
    Visiting Scholar, Summer Institute in Critical Theory, Northwestern University, Summer 2011.

    Between Looking and Seeing : Art, Politics and the Freedom ofExpression
    New Museum of Modern Art, New York, April 2009.
    Interview with Ari Libsker, Director of Stalags
    FilmIsreal , Amsterdam, May 2009
    Discussant with Darius Rejali, author of Torture and Democracy (Princeton University Press, 2007)
    De Balie, Amsterdam, June 2009.
    Discussant, with KajaSilverman
    Media, Art, media art and intermediality
    Amsterdam, October 2008
    "Politics and Aesthetics"
    Interview with Jacques Rancière
    de Balie, Amsterdam, 2007.

    "Cultural identity, Globalization".
    Discussion with Abdelkader Benali and IgorDobriçiç
    Be(com)ing Dutch Caucus,Eindhoven,vanAbbe Museum
    "Cultural (In)Difference"
    Keywords:Culture [Discussion series]
    with Adrian Riflkin
    Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst (MuhKA), Antwerp, 2007

    "Media and Identity after 9-11"
    Interview, Dutch Television NED 1, 2007

    "Waitingin the Border: Productive Uncertainties/Uncertain Boundaries".
    Book launch Symposium in honour of Inge E. Boer Dec 1, 2006.

    "Alterity and Identity: The Paradoxes of Authenticity".
    Keynote Lecture
    Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis conference on Alterities and Identities, 2004

    "Modernity, Vision and the Regimes of truth".
    Lecture presented at the Visual Culture Program, University of Middlesex Graduate Program, London, September 23, 2003.

      "The Mind-Body relation in Cinema: Les Terres Froides ".
    Lecture, Film and Philosophy, Studium Generale, September 2003

    "Cultural studies, Critique and the Form of Value", in colloquimorganized by Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis.
    University of Amsterdam, May 30, 2002.

    "Postcolonial Criticism and Cultural Studies: Interventions and Intersections in aTheoryof Power".
    Facultät von Media-Fernsehwissenshaften, Universität Ruhr-Bochum, July 11, 2002.

    "Inescapable Stupefactions: Technology, Modernityand the Redemption of Aesthetics".
    Conference on Technological Innovation andCultural Change: Interdisciplinary perspectives on media and thepublic sphere.
    University of Minnesota, Minneapolis-St.Paul, September 23, 2002.

    "The Sentence of Death: Postcolonial Theory,Language and the Politics of Hybridity".
    Lecture at the Zentrum fur Literaturforschung, Berlin,   to the Graduiertenkolleg, Representation-Rhetorik-Wissen, Europa Universität Viadrina, June 16, 2000.

    "Media, Global Culture andPeterBrook's Mahabharata ".
    Studium Generale, Univ. of Amsterdam

      "Displacement in the Field of Vision: Diseases, Symptomsand Other Spectacles".
    Art Theoryand Practice, Gerrit Rietveld Kunst Academie, Amsterdam, July 4, 1999.

  • Publications


    • Dasgupta, S. (2023). The Subject in the Frame: Aesthetic Opacity and the Reverberations of Race, Gender and Sexuality through the Portrait. In A. Geil, & T. Jirsa (Eds.), Reconfiguring the Portrait (pp. 165-189). (Technicities). Edinburgh University Press. Advance online publication. [details]



    • Dasgupta, S. (2020). Disidentification, Intimacy and the Cinematic Figuration of the Postcolonial in Europe. Mise au Point, 13. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2020). Identity, Resistances and Difference. In J. Bee, & N. Kandioler (Eds.), Differenzen und Affirmationen: Queer/feministische Perspektiven auf Medialität (pp. 227-247). b-books. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2020). Sexual and Gender-based Asylum and the Queering of Global Space: Reading Desire, Writing Identity and the Unconventionality of the Law. In E. Cox, S. Durrant, D. Farrier, L. Stonebridge, & A. Woolley (Eds.), Refugee Imaginaries: Research Across the Humanities (pp. 86-102). Edinburgh University Press. [details]


    • Dasgupta, S. (2019). 'Displacement' und/in Substitution: Figurationen des Gemeinschaftsbildes. In E. Büttner, & V. Metschl (Eds.), Figurationen von Solidarität: Algerien, das Kino und die Rhythmen das anti-kolonialen Internationalismus (pp. 192-209). Vorwerk 8. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2019). Fuocoammare and the Aesthetic Rendition of the Relational Experience of Migration. In B. Dogramaci, & B. Mersmann (Eds.), Handbook of Art and Global Migration: Theories, Practices, and Challenges (pp. 102-116). De Gruyter. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2019). The Aesthetics of Displacement: Dissonance and Dissensus in Adorno and Rancière. In S. Durham, & D. Gaonkar (Eds.), Distributions of the Sensible: Rancière, between Aesthetics and Politics (pp. 119-144). Northwestern University Press. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2019). [Review of: T. Chanter (2018) Art, Politics and Rancière: Broken Perceptions]. PhiloSOPHIA, 9(2), 144-150. [details]


    • Dasgupta, S. (2018). Entanglements and Dispersals: Occidental Power and the Vicissitudes of Displacement. In K. Bystrom, A. Harris, & A. J. Webber (Eds.), South and North : Contemporary Urban Orientations (pp. 237-252). (Literary cultures of the global south). Routledge. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2018). Queerness. Krisis, 38(2), 139-141. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2018). Radical Equality and the Politics of the Anonym: A Counterdiscourse toward Postcolonial Europe. In S. Ponzanesi, & A. J. Habed (Eds.), Postcolonial Intelectuals in Europe: Critics, Artists, Movements, and Their Publics (pp. 231-247). (Frontiers of the Political). Rowman & Littlefield International. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2018). Subaltern Studies. Krisis, 38(2), 156-158. [details]



    • Dasgupta, S. (2016). Fragments in Relation: Trajectories of/for an Unbound Europe. In E. Peeren, H. Stuit, & A. Van Weyenberg (Eds.), Peripheral Visions in the Globalizing Present: Space, Mobility, Aesthetics (pp. 60-74). (Thamyris/Intersecting: Place, Sex, Race; Vol. 31). Brill Rodopi. [details]


    • Dasgupta, S. (2015). The Aesthetics of Neutrality, or Escape from the Identical. In N. Kandioler, U. Meurer, V. Öhner, & A. Seier (Eds.), ESCAPE! Strategien des Entkommens: Forschungstagung des tfm Institut für Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft der Universität Wien [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2015). Toward a Media Archaeology of Inscription, Temporality and Experience. In A. Beltrame, G. Fidotta, & A. Mariani (Eds.), At the Borders of (Film) Theory: Temporality, Archaeology, Theories (pp. 223-232). Forum. [details]


    • Dasgupta, S., & Rosello, M. (2014). Introduction: Queer and Europe: An Encounter. In M. Rosello, & S. Dasgupta (Eds.), What's Queer about Europe? Productive Encounters and Re-enchanting Paradigms (pp. 1-23). New York: Fordham University Press. [details]







    • Dasgupta, S. (2008). Between the aesthetics of migration and migratory aesthetics. In G. Watson, A. Dasgupta, & M. Szewczyk (Eds.), Santhal Family: positions around an Indian sculpture (pp. 98-105). Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2008). Managing the contradictions of culture. In H. Weeda, O. Chenal, G. Chierchia, L. Mathol, & G. Wagner (Eds.), Managing diversity? Art and (the art of) organisational change (pp. 171-175). Mets & Schilt. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2008). The visuality of the Other: the place of the migrant between Derrida's Ethics and Rancière's Aesthetics in 'Calais: the last Border'. In M. Aydemir, & A. Rotas (Eds.), Migratory settings (pp. 181-193). (Thamyris/Intersecting: place, sex and race; No. 19). Rodopi. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S., & Staat, W. (2008). Of surfaces and depths: the afterlives of ''Tales of sound and fury''. In J. Kooijman, P. Pisters, & W. Strauven (Eds.), Mind the screen: media concepts according to Thomas Elsaesser (pp. 43-59). Amsterdam University Press. [details]


    • Dasgupta, S. (2007). Constellations of the transnational: modernity, culture, critique. (Thamyris/intersecting: place, sex, and race; No. 14). Ropodi. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2007). Cultural constellations, critique and modernity: an introduction. In S. Dasgupta (Ed.), Constellations of the transnational: modernity, culture, critique (pp. 9-22). (Thamyris/intersecting: place, sex, and race; No. 14). Rodopi. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2007). Running a(g)round: migratory aesthetics and the politics of translation. In S. Durrant, & C. M. Lord (Eds.), Essays in migratory aesthetics: cultural practices between migration and art-making (pp. 191-203). (Thamyris intersecting: place, sex, and race; No. 17). Rodopi. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. (2007). Whither culture? Globalization, media and the promises of cultural studies. In S. Dasgupta (Ed.), Constellations of the transnational: modernity, culture, critique (pp. 139-175). (Thamyris/intersecting: place, sex, and race; No. 14). Rodopi. [details]
    • Dasgupta, S. M. (2007). Jacques Ranciere en de spiraal van het denken over politiek en esthetiek. In S. de Boer (Ed.), Het esthetisch denken (text & context). Amsterdam: Valiz.



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