A wide array of university departments, research centers and public institutions contribute to Terra Critica. You can find a list of our contributing partner institutions below and in the TC Rhizome under "People".

We are grateful for the continuing support of our network.

Our Partners

A selection of university departments and research centers contribute to Terra Critica.
The members of the network are based in these institutional settings which support the network logistically.

Department of Comparative Literature
Utrecht University
Utrecht (NL)
Graduate Gender Programme
Utrecht University
Utrecht (NL)
Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam (NL)
Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam (NL)
Literaturwissenschaft Wissens- und Mediengeschichte
European University Viadrina
Frankfurt/Oder (GER)
Département de Philosophie
Université Paris Ouest Nanterre
Paris (FR)
Department of Visual Cultures
Goldsmiths University of London
London (UK)
Department of Digital Humanities
King's College London
London (UK)
Department of English
Pennsylvania State University
University Park (USA)
Department of Philosophy
Pennsylvania State University
University Park (USA)
Department of Hispanic Studies
University of California, Riverside (UCR)
Riverside (USA)
The Department of Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies
The Ohio State University
Columbus (USA)
School of Humanties and Languages
University of New South Wales
Sydney (AUS)
International Centre for Critical Theory
Peking University
Peking (CN)

Symptoms of the
Planetary Condition

A Critical Vocabulary



co-organized with Casco Art Institute
sixth series from fall 2019 to summer 2020 (suspended due to corona)


New Critical Humanities

Book Series
What does it mean for the humanities to be critical today?


New Publication

Will Johncock, Naturally Late
Part of the New Series: New Critical Humanities


Researcher in Residence
Eva Hayward

Eva Hayward was the first Terra Critica Researcher in Residence
(in collaboration with the Institute for Cultural Inquiry) at Utrecht University in October 2019.