Such programs have demonstrated promising impacts in income and asset generation, poverty reduction, and food security. PEI is supporting a new generation of economic inclusion approaches to operationalize the scale-up of government-led programs, with a work plan focused on the following three priorities:. Findings and knowledge products will help improve the performance of government programs and inform global operations and advisory services. To meet global demands, PEI leverages its partnership network , which includes practitioners, policy-makers, development partners, and research organizations.
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The partnership network is critical in terms of contributing to evidence-based good practice, crowding in expertise, and providing a platform to refine and share cutting-edge knowledge on economic inclusion. Increasingly, governments that are World Bank clients seek to strengthen economic inclusion programming by expanding job opportunities, social protection, and financial inclusion, among other priorities.
A complete website is in development. Additional information and links to resources are available at the FinDev Gateway website. Four sessions in March Six work sessions per group distributed between January, February and March Shared discussion among all groups: four sessions at the end of March. Shared discussions of individual research projects in January. During this term, there are more frequent group and individual advisement sessions to discuss personal projects.
Four sessions in April. End of May: personal research projects due. Mid-June: presentation of individual research projects. That is not true: we think with our entire bodies. This is not a new discovery, although contemporary thought has strongly defended corporality. Methodology: creative reading. The seminar will centre mainly on texts, which we will attempt to understand and analyse: in discussion with participants, we will share the questions suggested by the texts and the thoughts they evoke. In that sense, the fixed categories in education will be questioned, as well as the idea of learning as the accumulation of knowledge and the preparation of professionals within the framework of cognitive capitalism.
Through the concept of gender technologies, tied in with representation Teresa de Lauretis , we will address the effects and paradigms of machinic and capitalist technologies in the construction of our sexuality and everyday life. The limits between the human, the animal and the machinic Donna Haraway will be discussed, along with the different connections and possible relationships between body and technology.
Culture, history and nature. From Gramsci to populist post-Marxism Seminar led by Jaime Vindel Two sessions in May This first seminar will focus on the relationships between Marxism, culture and the concept of nature in the span of time that runs from the interwar period up to the present. With this aim, the figure of Antonio Gramsci, central to the cultural redefinition carried out by Western Marxism, will serve as our guide. In the first part we will analyse the re-reading of his idea of the philosophy of praxis in the work of anthropologists like Ernesto de Martino or filmmakers like Pier Paolo Pasolini, for whom the towns of southern Italy represented a form of resistance to capitalist modernization, articulated through a series of shared imaginaries and rituals that conjured the potential revolutionary aspect of tradition.
The cultural ecology of these communities, not without their ambiguities, harboured a relationship with nature based on a cyclical conception of time, deeply rooted in farming cultures, which contrasts with the arrow of time we associate with the advent of modernity. It is not only a cultural division, but a geophilosophy based on conceptual domains that have excluded certain ways of thinking and left them out.
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And what does it mean to think, in conjunction, based on this geography of exclusion? In this seminar we will address this problem and its different responses, attempting to move past the opposition between universalist positions and those positions that defend particular identities. In the global world, is it possible to conceive of ourselves based on a reciprocal universal? The references for this course will mainly be texts from non-Western philosophy. Methodology: discussion.
The seminar sessions will centre on the preparation of philosophical dialogues based on conflicting notions. The resources for preparing these dialogues may be texts, artistic materials, personal experiences, etc. From the Utopia of the Society of Work to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Seminar led by Jaime Vindel Three sessions in November This second seminar will propose a critical reconstruction of the impact of thermodynamic theory on the imaginaries of work from the midth century to the present.
The metaphor of the human body as the motor of modern industry—based on its capacity for work—was originally supported by the first law of thermodynamics, which describes the processes of energy conversion in the universe. By contrast, the law of entropy pointed to the equally universal tendency toward the dissipation of energy, which is increasingly less available for the performance of useful work. Entropy thus threatened the realization of the society of work and was manifested in the bodies of manual and intellectual workers in the form of syndromes such as fatigue or neurasthenia.
Beginning from this historical context, the seminar will analyse the impact of the images of protein energy and entropy on the approaches of aesthetic theory and contemporary artistic practices, from the technocultural productivism of Walter Benjamin to the visual entropology of Robert Smithson. At the same time, it will trace the changes that have taken place in the relations between work, culture and discomfort due to the decline of the image of the human motor Anson Rabinbach , the automation and computerization of production, the crisis of the society of work, and the spread and diversification of psychosocial disorders such as depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, bipolar disorder or attention deficit disorder.
Artistic production also, increasingly, incorporates moments of writing.
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In this seminar we will address different types of essays and written expressions personal, collective and anonymous and we will also try out different ways of writing and thinking. We will bring our ideas into play, experimenting with how they emerge in writing. Methodology: writing exercises. We will examine different types of textuality in which thought takes on form, rhythm and varied textures, and we will engage in exercises putting them into practice. Nature and culture From Darwin to Amerindian Perspectivism. Three sessions in January led by Jaime Vindel This third seminar will focus on how different authors and critical discourses have contemplated the relationships between nature and culture.
The discussion will begin with a brief genealogy of the materialist tradition that fuelled the radical reconsideration of the concept of nature in the field of evolutionary biology and social theory during the 19th century, particularly by looking at the approaches to the work of Darwin and Marx by authors such as E.
This proposal will help reveal the lines of continuity and discontinuity between nature and culture, unravelling the received ideas that persist in how both concepts are considered. His interests include cultural and literary history, memory studies, poetry, social movements and urban cultures. His main research area is modern and contemporary Iberian cultures. His many publications include Raptured Letters: Chemical Poetry during the Spanish Transition to Democracy Devenir, , about a group of underground poets from the s and their relationship with the psychedelic utopias of and heroin consumption in the s, and Guilty of Literature.
Political Imagination and Counter-Culture in the Spanish Transition to Democracy — Akal, on the importance of alternative movements in the transition to democracy, with their defence of a break with the Franco regime, and citizen participation. In March he gave the lecture Ephemeral Lights. She writes and researches on subjects related to feminisms and transfeminism, representation, post-pornography, technology, free software and error. She teaches in institutional and informal settings and her artistic work has been exhibited in Mexico, Uruguay, Chile, Germany, Spain, France, Norway, Ecuador and Colombia, among others.
She currently has a long-term residency at the Hangar arts centre Barcelona. She has published the books Atrincheradas en la carne. Bellaterra and Enciclopedia del amor en los tiempos del porno Encyclopaedia of love in times of porn, together with Josefa Ruiz-Tagle, Cuarto propio, and works with different collectives and artists, mainly in the performance field.
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Her work centres on the sphere of politics and critical thought, and on the need to construct a philosophical voice able to appeal and commit. To this end she develops her philosophy as a broad experimentation with ideas, learning and forms of intervention in the modern world. Since she has promoted and coordinated the Espai en Blanc Blank Space project, a collective opting for a committed, practical and experimental relationship with philosophical thought. She makes use of a range of media to generate contexts in which the traditional scheme of communication - sender-message-receiver - is disrupted, upsetting the traditional relationship between the artist, their work and their audience.
Jacques Lacan is one of the points of reference for her recent work.
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She is currently working on RED LOVE, an exhibition and publishing project set up in in Tensta Konstall, Stockholm, which explores love as something shared and the possible alternative modes of life it leads to. He edits the et al. His lines of research include educational work with the body, as well as research into the power of images to produce political subjectivity. He is editorial secretary of the research journal Re-visiones and a member of the research and action group on education, art and cultural practices Las Lindes.
He has edited published publications including Arte actual. He has worked in universities in Argentina, Chile and Spain, enabling him to research the intersections between art, activism and politics in these contexts from the s to the present. He is a member the Red Conceptualismos del Sur Southern Conceptualisms Network and was part of the curating team for the exhibition Perder la forma humana.
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His post-doctoral research focuses on different episodes and critical dilemmas connected with heterodox Marxism, cultural practices and ecological sensitivity from the Cold War period to the present. He is the author of the books Transparente opacidad. Dates: 1 April — June Duration: 15 months The course consists of four trimesters, offering a total of classroom hours, including teaching hours, workshops, research groups and presentations.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 4—8 pm, with 3—4 classes weekly of three hours each. International workshops and seminars may also take place on Saturdays. The level of complexity of the programme is equivalent to predoctoral academic studies postgraduate or official master's degree. Non-regulated alternative studies will also be recognised. Extension of the registration period until 15 November.
Documentation: Applications must be sent by email to pei macba. All documents in PDF format should be attached to the same mail. The selection committee, made up of the Head of Programming, the academic coordinator and members of the faculty, will assess the diversity of profiles and careers not only from a strictly academic perspective, but taking into account the wider aspects and ways in which knowledge takes place, including artistic practice, activism, research, working and studying experience.
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