Affective Artefacts

It is with great excitement that we announce the start of a new seminar series on 'Affective Artefacts', which is going to discuss the agentive and affective qualities of matter, thus, the capacity of materials and things to generate, maintain, and challenge emotional atmospheres.

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Zusammenfassung

  • Was Konferenz | TagungAffective Artefacts
  • Wann bis (Europe/Berlin / UTC100)
  • Wo University of Manchester
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Beschreibung

This semester, KAT HILL (BIRKBECK), HANNAH NEWTON (READING), TIM INGOLD (ABERDEEN), OLIVER HARRIS (LEICESTER), KATHERINE BOND (BASEL), AND MONIQUE SCHEER (TÜBINGEN, TBC) will present their most recent research.

Charting the relationship between material cultures and cultures of emotions, this seminar series engages in a recent debate on how non-human matter engendered affectivity in the past. Bringing together researchers of different disciplinary backgrounds such as anthropologists, archaeologists, art historians, curators, historians and sociologists, the seminar provides a cross-disciplinary platform to exchange views on methods and technologies, to discuss case studies, and to develop and test a shared vocabulary of material culture studies.

The seminar is organised by Dr Stefan Hanß and Prof Sasha Handley on behalf of the Embodied Emotions research group of the University of Manchester. If you wish to know more about this seminar series, please contact either Stefan Hanß (stefan.hanss@manchester.ac.uk) or Sasha Handley (Sasha.Handley@manchester.ac.uk).

https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/stefan.hanss.html
https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/sasha.handley.html

 

Programm

Programme

6 FEBRUARY, 4-5.30PM, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, A102
KAT HILL (BIRKBECK), "Heirlooms and Hair Wreaths: Mennonite Materialities, Emotions and Communities of Dispersion in Europe and Beyond"

27 FEBRUARY, 4-5.30PM, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, A215
HANNAH NEWTON (READING), "Inside the Sickchamber in Early Modern England"

6 MARCH, 4-5.30PM, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, A102
TIM INGOLD (ABERDEEN), "Bell and Candle: On the Atmospherics of Sound and Light"

13 MARCH, 4-5.30PM, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, A102
OLIVER HARRIS (LEICESTER), "Objects/ Affects/ Events: Encounters in the Field"

3 APRIL, 4-5.30PM, SAMUEL ALEXANDER BUILDING, A102
KATHERINE BOND (BASEL), "Luminous Veils and Radiant Faces: Affect and Enchantment in Sixteenth-Century Italian Fashion"

MONIQUE SCHEER (TÜBINGEN), TBA

Kontakt

Nähere Informationen

Stefan Hanß und Sasha Handley

stefan.hanss[ at ]manchester.ac.uk und Sasha.Handley[ at ]manchester.ac.uk