LL-AE02
Human experiences and affective ecologies, pasts and futures
Convenors:
Dean Karalekas (Taiwan Center for Security Studies)
David Blundell (National Chengchi University)
Stream:
Living landscapes: Affective Ecologies/Paysages vivants: Écologies affectives
Location:
FSS 2005
Start time:
4 May, 2017 at 8:30
Session slots:
3

Short abstract:

Based on the continual process of 'becoming,' our purpose is to explore diverse knowledges, practices, and problematizations as documented in movement encompassing visual, aesthetic, and sensory anthropologies vis-à-vis discourses of public discussion and scholarly interaction.

Long abstract:

This panel emphasizes movement in human experiences and affective ecologies, pasts and futures, in relation to our transforming present. Panelists are invited to examine 'lifeworlds' through imagined status, virtual, and/or textually accounted for giving a sense of self worth and place in social contexts and/or natural environment. Our theme is based on the continual process of 'becoming' and the ways it is expressed through movement. We will attend to the methodologies of practices, open to utilizing analog and advanced virtual systems. Our purpose is to explore diverse knowledges, practices, and problematizations as documented in movement encompassing visual, aesthetic, and sensory anthropologies vis-à-vis discourses of public discussion and scholarly interaction.