Imagining infrastructures: space, subject, and affect workshop in collaboration with The British Academy.
The idea of infrastructure has expanded in recent years to encompass not just technological networks but modes of living, interstitial spaces, and emerging bio-cultural landscapes. Infrastructure now extends to different scales of analysis from the multi-sensory domain of the individual human subject to more complex or diffuse types of attachments, atmospheres, and subjectivities.
Small Lecture Theatre and Seminar Room, Department of Geography
Wednesday 8th March 2017
14:00 – 18:00 followed by dinner
Guest speakers: Vanesa Castán Broto (UCL), Jiat-Hwee Chang (National University of Singapore),
Somaiyeh Falahat (Technische Universtät Berlin), Matthew Gandy,
Sandra Jasper, Maros Krivy, Kumiko Kiuchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology),
Jochen Monstadt (Utrecht University), Mathilda Rosengren,
Manuel Tironi (P. Universidad Católica de Chile), Jane Wolff (University of Toronto)
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