Following the interest in last week's reading of Henri Bergson's "The Cinematographical Mechanism of Thought and the Mechanistic Illusion" we will be having a special edition of the Mobilities Reading Group this week, looking at Jimena Canales' article "Desired...
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The upcoming Mobilities Reading Group will take place in the Mobilities Lab (Bowland North B37) Wednesday July 29, 2015 from 4PM to 5PM. The reading is Chapter 4 f rom Henri Bergson's Creative Evolution. All are welcome to attend! From Monika Büscher: "I feel I have...
http://www.slideshare.net/SaraProcter/alex-hagaard Alex Hagaard - Biomedical background, focusing on design of healthcare interactions. email@example.com Page through the slides as you listen to the audio both above.
http://www.slideshare.net/SaraProcter/patricia-flanagan-50725822 Patricia Flanagan - Began her career with fashion but then moved on to fine art. firstname.lastname@example.org Page through the slides as you listen to the audio both above.
http://www.slideshare.net/SaraProcter/georgina-voss Georgina Voss - Project looking at design of sexual health care. @gsvoss Page through the slides as you listen to the audio both above.
http://www.slideshare.net/SaraProcter/sarah-clinch Sarah Clinch - Post Doctoral Researcher at School of Computing and Communications at the InfoLab email@example.com Page through the slides as you listen to the audio both above.
http://www.slideshare.net/SaraProcter/jonny-huck Jonny Huck - Research at the Imagination Lab in LICA Lancaster. firstname.lastname@example.org Page through the slides as you listen to the audio both above.
https://vimeo.com/132921646 A little slideshow with sound to accompany the reading for the July 15, 2015 Mobilities Reading Group meeting, Ceri Houlbrook's "The Mutability of Meaning: Contextualizing the Cumbrian Coin-Tree".
It has now been a while since my visit to CeMoRe and my first blog. Lancaster will be blooming with Spring, and here in New Zealand, the Winter approaches, with colder days but blue skies. I have used this photograph, taken at the Glasgow Railway Station, in a playful...