Britain is the international home of cultural studies. Goldsmiths is the largest centre for cultural studies in the UK. The Goldsmiths Centre's faculty includes authors such as Matthew Fuller (Evil Media, Software Studies), Scott Lash (China Constructing Capitalism, Economies of Signs and Space), Luciana Parisi (Abstract Sex, Contagious Architecture), Bernard Stiegler (Technics and Time) and Wang Hui (Politics of Imagining Asia). The Centre focuses on practice as much as theory. Here staff include media-artist Graham Harwood, collected by the Tate and Centre Pompidou. The Centre is home to what is Europe's largest PhD programme in Cultural Studies. We host events featuring speakers like Chantal Mouffe, David Graeber, Philip Mirowski, Rem Koolhaas, Richard Sennett, Ulrich Beck and Olafur Eliasson. The Centre works integrally with the Media, Sociology and Art Departments at Goldsmiths, all of who are ranked in the top five in the UK.
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