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SYMPOSIUM: Embodied Knowledges: An Interdisciplinary Symposium

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Embodied Knowledges: An Interdisciplinary Symposium : For CREATEC’s annual symposium, researchers across disciplines will gather to consider the influence of embodiment on their work Other events...
For CREATEC’s annual symposium, researchers across disciplines will gather to consider the influence of embodiment on their work. Embodiment is a concept that underpins an array of research ranging from education and environmental studies, poetry and the performing arts to philosophy and psychology, history and the health sciences. But, in light of the association between knowledge and thinking, what is the relationship between knowledge and the body? This year’s CREATEC symposium will address this critical question and, in doing so, will highlight the stimulating breadth and diversity of enquiry into embodied knowledges taking place at Edith Cowan University and elsewhere.
Speaker(s) UWA speakers include: Lisa Carrie Goldberg, ANHB; Loren Kronemyer, ANHB; Tarsh Bates, ANHB; Joel Ong, SymbioticA; Laetitia Wilson, School of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts
Location Spectrum Gallery, Building 3, Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley, WA
Contact Lisa Carrie Goldberg, Dr. Lyndall Adams <[email protected], [email protected]>
URL https://createc.ea.ecu.edu.au/conferences/oct_2011/
Start Wed, 19 Oct 2011 08:30
End Fri, 21 Oct 2011 02:00
Submitted by Lisa Carrie Goldberg <[email protected]>
Last Updated Mon, 26 Nov 2012 12:20
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