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Monad Symposium and Journal Launch

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On Thursday 9th November we are holding a FREE one-day research symposium to officially launch the Monad project and journal at the University of Northampton, Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology.

This event event will feature a selection of excellent speakers addressing various of forms of transformative practice in relation to progressive change. A detailed outline of the Monad project and journal can be found on our homepage. The event is FREE for the first sixty to register, so please click on the link below to register and secure your space. A lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Provisional programme to be announced shortly!


About Monad:

The Monad project and journal, will function as a digital hub, archiving and sharing principles of ‘best practice’ for realising progressive change. We recognise that such change comes both from self-development and engaging with community. We also recognise, that transformative practice is not the domain of any single field or discipline. A good idea is evidenced by putting it into practice, and good practice, speaks for itself.

The Monad journal, is a transdisciplinary, open access (OA), scholastic journal focusing on contemporary practices (and practitioners) that engage in progressive individual and/or cultural transformation.

We aim to provide a digital publishing platform for practices, and practitioners, that actively seek to combat hegemony, challenge normativity and contravene conformity.

We seek authors, but not necessarily authorities. As part of our democratising principles, the project and journal will be radically inclusive. We will facilitate the discovery and dissemination of exceptional transformative practice by utilising the open-source model of shared and decentralised development, encouraging open-collaboration, but also recognising, individual authorship and achievement — thereby providing both individual and cultural benefit. (Better technologies and methods of transformative practice, and recognition of individual innovation and excellence, through a dedicated, transdisciplinary, publishing platform and archive).

Our mission is to seek out, publish and share — methods, models and makers of change.

All work will be judged entirely on its own merit. Affiliates and contributors may be from any background, with no minimum education levels, but the work itself will evidence expertise and innovation, in the area of interest it engages. When we refer to the content of this project as scholastic, we mean: implicitly educational.

Materials we seek to archive and share will include text-based articles, audio-visual works (e.g. short films and documentaries, video art, audio-visual presentations), audio-only works, or even, images with exegesis. As a guide, we are equally interested in the following fields:

• Transformative spiritual/religious practice

• Transformative artistic practice

• Transformative political practice

• Transformative scientific and clinical practice



  • Anne Crossey (TBC)

    Anne Crossey (TBC)

  • Helena Blakemore

    Helena Blakemore

    University of East London

    Senior Lecturer

  • Carlos Ruiz Brussain

    Carlos Ruiz Brussain

    University of Girona

    Artist / Lecturer

  • Steve Godfrey

    Steve Godfrey

    University of Northampton

    Photographer

  • Cavan McLaughlin

    Cavan McLaughlin

    University of Northampton

    Co-founder Monad Journal

  • Luc Robene

    Luc Robene

    University of Bordeaux

    Professor

  • Solveig Serre

    Solveig Serre

    CNRS Paris

    Reader

  • Roy Wallace

    Roy Wallace

    University of Northampton

    Co-founder Monad Journal


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