Part of this Programme
Sound Science and Technology
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Bachelor | Semestral | 5
Year | Type of course unit | Language
3 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
127 | 60
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1. The Inter-Personal and Inter-Cultural Space. The Hidden Dimension of Edward T. Hall. The cultural politics of Alterity: The paradigm of the Artist as an Ethnographer of Hall Foster. 2. Transformations of Space. The mutations of space and heterotopology in De Other Spaces by Michel Foucault. Accelerated society: Consequences of acceleration in space structures and human geographies; the Dromologia of Paul Virilio. The Figure of the Globe and the flows in the globalized space. Networks and Navigable Space. The New Media and Mobilization for the Experience: the city and the screen 3. Global Space and Climate Change. Smart Cities: smarticity, sustainability and the ecological. Living in the Anthropocene: the challenges of the cities of the future
Acquire theoretical skills and ethnographic knowledge that allow the analysis and understanding of the problems of Space. To stimulate a critical reflection on contemporaneity. Promote scientific discussion. Apply the knowledge and analytical elements of the discipline in research projects.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
Understand the specificities of an investigation anchored to the foundations of Space Anthropology. Understand the ways of functioning of contemporary cities. Operate with new concepts and working methods. To be able to proceed to a critical reading of contemporaneity.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Continuous Assessment: The classes will be expositive and their attendance is compulsory. Only those students who have attended 70% of the sessions and presented work in the 3 evaluation moments will be admitted. Elements of continuous assessment and their weight in the final average: Assiduity and participation in the discussions -10% Practical exercise - 20% critical review - 30% written test - 40% Exam evaluation: The second period exam assumes the frequency of hair least 50% of the sessions. The same principle applies in the special period examination.
Foucault, M.(2005)Outros Espaços.Revista de Comunicação e Linguagens34/35
Hall, E.(1986)A Dimensão Oculta. Lisboa: Relógio d'Água
Latour, B.(2017)Facing Gaia:Eight Lectures on the New Climate Regime.Polity Press
Benjamin, W. (1992) A Obra de Arte na Era da sua Reprodutibilidade Técnica.Lisboa: Relógio d'Água
Bolter, J., Grusin, R. (2000) Remediation:Understanding New Media.MIT Press
Bruno, G. (2007) Atlas of Emotion: Journeys.Art, Architecture and Film.Vega.
Burroughs, W. (2010) A Revolução Electrónica. Lisboa:Vega
Buchanan, I., Lambert, G. (2008) Deleuze and Space. Edinburgh University Press
Foster, H. ((1996) The Artist As Ethnographer in The Return of the Real: The Avant-gard at the End of the Century. London: MIT Press
¿ Kittler, F. (2005) Introdução: Geografias-Imaginário e controlo da Terra.Revista Comunicação e Linguagens
Soja, E.(2000)Post-Metropolis: Critical Studies of Cities and Regions.Blackwell Science
Valéry, P.(2005)A Conquista da Ubiquidade. Rev. Com. Ling.34/35