Psychoanalysis is often thought of as an individual affair, independent of our relations to others. This course corrects this vulgar assumption and argues that psychoanalysis is first and foremost an approach to the contradiction of human nature that produces social links within and between people: feudalism, capitalism, hysteria, and communism.

14 May - 8 June, 2022
INR 7,500.00 (Participation) INR 10,000.00 (Participation + Writing)

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BICAR’s two-day workshop on ‘Writing Academic Texts’ will provide necessary reprieve, teaching concrete skills to students, long-form journalists, public intellectuals, and professors to translate critical thoughts in written form.

May 22 and 29, 2022

INR 4,500.00 (Participation)

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Over 8 sessions, students will learn to write argumentatively, whether for applications, catalogues, newspapers, business pitches, speeches, journals, magazines, blogs, or for academic courses and publishers. 

May 26 - June 21, 2022
INR 9,500.00 

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Warehouse421 and the Bombay Institute for Critical Analysis and Research (BICAR) invite curators from the MENASA region to propose a group exhibition, public program, or publication on the theme: ‘Screening Screaming: (Human) Nature in Crisis’. 

Applications open from April 11 until May 15, 2022
Program will start in September, 2022