|28 Feb 2023||16:30 - 18:30||Room S1, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge|
Due to the proposed strike dates, this event has been postponed to 15 March, as a half-day event.
An event organised by the Multidimensional Dialogues research network.
Sensory overload: soundscapes, scents, and visions that criss-crossed the Americas
For Lent Term we gather experts emphasising archaeologies of the Americas’ sensorial worlds: sound, scent, taste, sight, and touch to explore themes of human-environmental impact and agency. An opening social will launch the series and focus of the term’s mission.
‘Articulating the Senses’, the final session of the series, draws together three experts in the crafting of archaeologies of art, opening up a conversation about the senseworlds of expression and critical material culture study. Amplifying themes and topics from our earlier dialogues, our participants and the community will also seek to round out the thematic approaches encountered and situate the enduring insights garnered from the term’s entanglements in the Americas.
- Élodie Dupey García (Universidad nacional autónoma de México)
- Marcela Sepúlveda (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
For enquiries please contact the Research Networks Programme Manager.