Relationscapes in Alternative Modern(c)ities With Raluca Bibiri (PI, University of Bucharest), Stephen Forcer (University of Glascow), Anne Reynes-Delobel (Université Aix-Marseille)

Inspired by the belief that modernist culture can make a significant contribution to human relations and challenges in urban space, RAM will explore the development of new methodologies for researching and teaching the modernities in academia in a climate of rising nationalism and xenophobia. The emergent methodologies will aim to serve the dismantling of power structures and systemic violence rooted in the cultural legacies of the past that define identitary other(s) in terms of race, ethnicity, class and gender, while circulating unsustainable naturalised values for today's global community. RAM workshops (which will involve students as well as researchers) will also investigate the application of modernist pedagogical strategies to social outcomes via cultural policy implementation and transformative communication.



January, 2022 to September, 2022



Funded by: 

CIVIS Mobilities award, co-funded by Erasmus+.