Eventi e convegni
Decolonizing imagination, de-economizing minds: an Orientale initiative on Communication, Ethics, ConservationEverything-is-market: such is the prior message all over the planet. Actually, the message is our planet. Changing route? It is not undoubtedly possible, and yet what is certain is that the race for consumerism must come to an end. And it is no easy task, either. Decolonizing imagination.
China politics and economics today: “This iron triangle of Party, State and Business interests is the heart of the beast”April, 5th 2013, Palazzo del Mediterraneo, University of Naples “L'Orientale” – The conference begins with Paola Paderni briefly introducing Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard, professor in the field of governance and economical politics of China, research fellow and Director of Asia Research Centre of Copenhagen Business School.
For the third meeting of the season Things from the Other world. Cinema and religion in Asia, the Buddhism Studies Centre takes us to the south of Korea with the fifth work by the director Jang Sun Woo entitled Hwa-Om-KyungThis time the Buddhism Studies Centre suggests us a Korean film of 1993 entitled “Hwa-Om-Kyung (Passage to Buddha)”, directed by Jang Sun Woo and winner of the Alfred Bauer Prize at the Berlin Festival in 1994. Jang Sun Woo, not so appreciated in his country, seems a very provocative and controversial artist because of the subjects he deals with in his works, sometimes even labelled
Il ruolo dei think tank e la riconfigurazione del potere politico in Italia7 maggio 2013, Università degli studi di Napoli “L'Orientale” – Ad aprire l'incontro Ruth Maria Hanau Santini, docente di Scienza politica all'Orientale, la quale ha introdotto Mattia Diletti, ricercatore nella medesima disciplina alla Sapienza di Roma.
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