Azadeh Ganjeh
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The dichotomous corporeality of feminine body and its effect on aesthetics of performance in Iran.

Lecture by Dr. Azadeh Ganjeh, Assistent Professor, School of Performing Arts, College of Fine arts, The University of Tehran

20. December 2021 | 16:00 c.t. | Online Event

Azadeh Ganjeh – born on 1983 in Tehran (Iran) – is a Playwright, Performance Artist and Theatre Director. She is also an Assistant Professor in school of performing arts-University of Tehran. Her special interest in theatre for development, Activism and Social Theater lead to achieving national and international prizes for her site-specific and immersive theatre Productions. Her research interest is focused on Cultural Mobility theory, Theatre for Development and Democracy, Performativity of public events, Activism in Art and Digital Theatre. After receiving her BA in Civil Engineering, she earned a Theater directing M.A degree from Tehran Art University and Graduated as a Dr. in philosophy-theatre studies from Bern University.

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Interdisciplinary Colloquium “Leib und Leiblichkeit”

Falsafa Colloquium Series

Founded in April 2021, the research group “Leib und Leiblichkeit” continues its work with the interdisciplinary colloquium after its first conference in September 2021, in order to create a platform for discussion, exchange of ideas and a suggestion for interdisciplinary approaches in  Religious studies and Theologie.

Please register at the following address to receive the zoom-link: (Ariana Jusufi)