This fall at SG, we’re going to find out what the world would look like if women had the power. We’re going to erase the dominant patriarchal perspective for a moment and substitute it with an alternate reality. What would it look like if the tables were turned?
‘Honestly, I just thought it was a cool project when I read the article. Not for a moment did I recognize the frame of white saviours,’ says Silke, a master’s student Industrial Ecology. Her comment opens our brainstorm.
In the theatre, we can feel devastated when the main character dies or agree with the most horrible villain. What happens when we engage with fiction? Does it tell us something about reality? What do we take home once the curtain has fallen?
In the dark days before Christmas, a group of students gathered in TU Delft’s library for pizza, drinks and mythology. Under guidance of mythologist Hugo Koning (LEI), they explored the full story of Prometheus and created new myths about technology. Here is Part III of the results. Brace yourselves.
In the Netherlands, the climate of public debate is tense. For anyone who is fed up with today’s toxic atmosphere, but also doesn’t want to give up; SG facilitates healthy talks about the emotions of our time. Read how you can join here!
International Women’s Day is coming up. When we talk about emancipation in the Netherlands, there is still a long way to go. While we agree that equality and equity are important, our lifestyle does not reflect that ideal.