OSL Recordings

Lecture by Jie-Hyun Lim, Global Easts as a Problem Space: Heuristic Juxtaposition or Strategic Essentialism? OSL public lecture, 29 June 2023.

Keynote lecture by Richard Jean So, How a Pandemic Becomes a Story: Writing and Social Crisis in the Platform Age. OSL Ravenstein Winter School New Perspectives on the Novel: Histories, Forms, Representations, 20 January 2023.

Keynote lecture by Sarah De Mul, Feminist and Postcolonial Artistic Responses to Burnout Culture. OSL Ravenstein Winter School Literature, (Neo)liberalism, and Public Culture, 20 January 2022.

Lecture by Françoise Vergès, Entangled Temporalities and the Age of the Necrocene, OSL Workshop “Eternal Presents & Resurfacing Futures”, 28 October 2021. Please click here for more details.

Workshop From Crisis to Critique (online, 4-5 March 2021): Keynote Lecture by Nicholas De Genova (University of Houston) and Panel Discussion with contributors to the volume Languages of Resistance, Transformation, and Futurity in Mediterranean Crisis-Scapes. From Crisis to Critique (Ipek Çelik Rappas, Koç University, Istanbul & Diego Benegas Loyo, National University of General San Martín, Buenos Aires; Geli Mademli, University of Amsterdam; Liesbeth Minnaard, Leiden University; Dimitris Papanikolaou, Oxford University). Please click here for more details on the event.

Lecture by Christel Temple (University of Pittsburgh): Black Cultural Mythology, OSL book presentation (online, 19 February 2021)

Lecture by David Alworth (Harvard University): Literature and the Social, OSL workshop (online, 4 December 2020, introduced by Jesse van Amelsvoort)

Recording De kunst van het boekomslag (online, 2 December 2020) — please click here for more details on the event

Lecture by Andrew Piper (McGill University): Generalization, Data, and the Problems of Evidence in Literary Studies. OSL workshop Generalizations, Hypotheses, Evidence in Literary Studies (online, 23 October 2020, introduced by Roel Smeets)

Lecture by Eric Mazur (Harvard) and Pablo Valdivia (Groningen/OSL): Active Learning and Perusall. International Conference of Computational and Corpus Linguistics (online, 21-23 October 2020)

Keynote lecture by Caroline Levine (Cornell University): ‘Defamiliarization for a Sustainable Planet‘. OSL/NIAS conference Stranger Things: Rethinking Defamiliarization in Literature and Visual Culture (Amsterdam, 12-13 December 2019)

Keynote lecture by David Alworth (Harvard University): ‘Paratextual Art‘. OSL Research Day (Groningen, 11 October 2019)