Dr. Regula Stampfli (BE) works as a political philosopher and lecturer in Germany, France and Switzerland (Design2Context, MAZ, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, SIPB, Institute for European IEW, Frauenseminar Bodensee, EHESS Paris etc.) teaching in German, English and French. She is the author of many textbooks and various scientific articles dealing, among other issues, with democratic theory, European political decision making, women's history, design, political communications and political philosophy. She has written extensively about bioethics and policies - working along the idea of people becoming living coins (f.e.: women don't have capital but are in fact capital). And in art: We don't see things how they are, we see them how we are.
Regula will act as research advisor to the resident and participants in a conversation grounded in a dialogue started via email over the month. We will delve into questions of the optics of public health policy, whose voices are included in collaboration, and the implications of charity's emphasis on 'women and children.'
Stampfli will offer a short presentation on her practice and current projects.
Van Eyck studio 1.29
6211 KM Maastricht