Philosophy Casting Call s02e04: Relational Aesthetic Subjectivities w/Judith-Frederike Popp

In this episode, Élaina interviews Dr Judith-Frederike Popp, a post-doctoral researcher in philosophical aesthetics at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt’s Faculty of Design. They address, among other things, topics of theory-practice interdisciplinarity, what it means to be a relation subject, and the aesthetic agency of online influencers.

You can register for “Taking Sides: Design and art between autonomy and intervention”, an interdisciplinary hybrid symposium held in Würzburg and online on the 20th and 21st of May 2022.

You can register by emailing this address: symposium.fg@fhws.de

Or by visiting this website starting in April: https://fg.fhws.de/taking-sides

You can find Dr Popp’s academic and literary work at the following links:

Website: https://fg.fhws.de/personen/dr-judith-frederike-popp/

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3711-3637

Academia.edu: https://fhws.academia.edu/FrederikePopp

And you can follow her on Instagram @judith_gayk and on Twitter @FrederikePopp

Books mentioned in this episode:

“Critical Zones: The Science and Politics of Landing on Earth”, eds. Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel

“What About Activism?”, ed. Steven Henry Madoff

Movies mentioned in this episode:

2001 Space Odyssey

Aniara (2018)

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Philosophy Casting Call is hosted, edited, and produced by Élaina Gauthier-Mamaril

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About elainagmamaril

Philosopher focusing on Spinoza, relational autonomy, shared decision-making, and feminist approaches to bioethics.

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