Tweet by Mariam Ghani from the Radical archives conference, New York University, NY, 2014.  

Tweet by Mariam Ghani from the Radical archives conference, New York University, NY, 2014.  

 LECTURES

 

2017

Archiving a Revolution: Public talk with artist Lara Baladi, Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Panelist, Vox Populi and The Syrian Archive, Documenting Revolution and Conflict in the Digital Age, public debate at Eye Film Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Guest Lecturer, Access and Accessibility, Archiving Systems, Annet Dekker, Assistant Professor media Studies, Archival Science, University of Amsterdam. This workshop is part of the As If/Vox Populi/The Syrian Archive/ The Society of Post-Control, Tactical Media Connections public program

Presentation of Vox Populi, School of Global Affairs and Policy, Department of Law, American University of Cairo

 

2016

Panelist, Listening Interventions in the Middle East and North Africa conference at Northwestern University, Chicago

Guest lecturer, Art and Politics in Postcolonial Africa, Associate Professor, Chika Okele-Agulu, MFA, PhD, Princeton University, department of Art & Archeology / Department of African American Studies

Guest lecturer, Intro to Civic Media, Professor Sasha Costanza Chock of Civic Media and Principal Investigator, MIT, CMS/W

Guest lecturer, Women and Gender in the Middle East and Africa , Assistant Professor Lerna Ekmekcioglu, MIT school of humanities, Arts & Social Sciences

Panelist, Technology / Affect Space, a workshop exploring the politics and aesthetics of spaces such as Tahrir Square, moderated by Lucas Freeman with media theorist Eric Kluitenberg, professor of Emergent Media, Alessandra Renzi, media maker and professor of Civic Media Sasha Costanza Chock, MIT, ACT

 

Panelist, 5 Years After, Transmediale, Art & Digital Culture, moderated by Oliver Lerone Schultz, Berlin, Germany

Panelist, Tactical Media & the Archive, Transmediale, Art & Digital Culture, moderated by David Garcia and Erick Kluitenberg, Berlin, Germany

 

2015  

Guest Lecturer, Documenting Dissent, Professor Dalia Linssen, History of Art and Visual Culture Department, Photography Department, and Academic Affairs, RISD            

Guest Lecturer, New Debates in Media, Professor Gabriele Trépagnier, MIT, CMS/W

Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age, Middle East Institute, Washington DC, USA

Archiving A Revolution in the Digital Age, CIC, Cairo, Egypt

 

2014  

Notes from El Saniyya, open conversation & interactive event on Vox Populi, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA

Unrest: Art, Activism & Revolution, Helen Day art Center, Stowe, Vermont, USA

Organised Chaos, Brandeis University, Boston, MA, USA

Art and Conflict in the Arab Region, Open Society Foundation, New York City, USA

On Tahrir Cinema, Hacking Arts, Media Lab, MIT University, MA, USA

Archive as an Act of Resistance, keynote speaker, Radical Archives conference, New York University, New York City, USA

Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age, Colomboscope Festival, Making History, Colombo, Sri Lanka

 

2013  

Archiving a Revolution in the Digital Age. Modern Heritage Observatory, American University, Beirut, Lebanon

Image & Revolution, a personal account, Shifting Sands conference, Art Space, Sydney and CACSA (Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia)

Violence on Women, ZKM (Centre for Media), Karlsruhe, Germany

In Retrospect, Learning from Cairo conference. American University in Cairo, Egypt

Opening speech for the exhibition Cairo Open City, Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany

On archiving the Egyptian revolution, Power in whose palm? Salzburg Global Seminar, Austria

 

2012                          

Image & Revolution, Cornell University, NY, USA

Image & Revolution, Lacambre University, Brussels

On Tahrir Cinema, MOMA PS1 (Museum of Modern Art)

 

2011  

On the Egyptian Revolution, Skidmore University, USA

On the Egyptian Revolution, New York Abu Dhabi University, USA