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Subject:

MOVEMENT, MAPPING AND MOBILITY

From:

Kip Jones <[log in to unmask]>

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Performative Social Science <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 10 Apr 2006 08:35:04 +0100

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The University of Bristol's Research Group theme

performativity  | place | space

is hosting a day of discussion around

MOVEMENT, MAPPING AND MOBILITY

20th May 2006
9.30-6.15 followed by drinks reception
(9.00am-9.30am registration)
LR1/LT1   3 Woodland Road, University of Bristol

Please register by May 10th by emailing
[log in to unmask] Fee 
for 
non-Bristol participants is 10, payable on arrival.

[Please not that a fee will be charged for
non-attendance if we are not
notified of cancellation]

Numbers are limited so please book soon to ensure a
place.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Nigel Thrift (Oxford)
Turbulent Passions: Understanding Spaces of Political
Feeling

SPEAKERS
Ruth Levitas  (Bristol)  'Archive of the Feet: Utopia,
Social Memory 
and
Place'

Christina Ljungberg (Zurich)  'Urban Movement as
Performative 
Utterance'

John Adams (Bristol) 'Fieldwork: An Audio-Visual
Exploration of 
Boundaries
and Spatial Practices on Broadfield Down, North
Somerset'

Liam Harte (Manchester)  'Reading the Performative in
Irish Migrant
Autobiography'

Matthew Brown (Bristol)  'Travel and Adventure in
Columbia'

Baz Kershaw (Bristol) 'Becoming in Between: Zoological
Performance for 
the
Ecological Era'

Panel  'Thinking space in place: Site-based event at
Birdcage Walk'

Groups of 3 20-minute papers are followed by 45-minute
discussion 
sessions 
to encourage all participants to engage with
cross-disciplinary 
debates.

Speakers come from across(and beyond) the Arts and
participants are 
welcome 
from any
discipline or area that engages with the themes of
movement, mapping 
and
mobility.

The performativity | place | space theme is led by
Martin White (Drama: 
Theatre, Film, Television) and convened by Jo
Carruthers (English & 
Theology and Religious Studies) and Angela Piccini
(Drama: Theatre, 
Film, 
Television).

The symposium is supported by the Bristol Institute
for Research in the 
Humanities and Arts (BIRTHA)

----------------------
Samantha Barlow
BIRTHA Administrator
Faculty of Arts
University of Bristol
Graduate Centre
7 Woodland Road
Bristol BS8 1TB

Tel: 0117 928 8892
Fax: 0117 331 7469
[log in to unmask]
http://www.bris.ac.uk/arts/birtha/


	
	
		
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