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  • Thank you Mr. Fukuyama but we don’t want to go there In response to Mr. Francis Fukuyama's speech at Metamodernism - The return of History

    The first speaker of the day was Francis Fukuyama, the well-known American political scientist and author of The End of History and the Last Man (1992). Everybody was looking forward to hear Mr. Fukuyama’s speech; I was careful with my excitement but very curious to hear the voice of an authentic modernist. Surprisingly Mr. Fukuyama started his speech saying that Nigeria wants to be like Denmark and consequently explained why Nigeria can’t be like Denmark…

  • lonelyfingers looking at Metamodernism at the Stedelijk – The Return of History

    On the 25th September, Notes on Metamodernism joins hands with the Stedelijk Museum to organise an international symposium on metamodernism. The goal: to draw a cognitive map of our present in order to grasp the changing contours of our everyday lives, towards a paradigmatic shift lived by a generation born in the 1980s. The Stedelijk…

  • Dr. Timotheus Vermeulen It’s with great pleasure and excitement that we announce a new lonelyfingers member

    Dr. Timotheus Vermeulen is assistant professor in Cultural Theory at the Radboud University Nijmegen, where he also directs the Centre for New Aesthetics. He is co-founding editor of the leading academic arts and culture webzine Notes on Metamodernism and contributing editor to Feedback Blog, a new critical theory startup by Open Humanities Press. He has…

  • Timotheus Vermeulen

    Dr. Timotheus Vermeulen is assistant professor in Cultural Theory at the Radboud University Nijmegen, where he also directs the Centre for New Aesthetics. He is co-founding editor of the leading academic arts and culture webzine Notes on Metamodernism and contributing editor to Feedback Blog, a new critical theory startup by Open Humanities Press. He has…