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Sensory Experience Across the Disciplines: A Colloquium

Friday, Feb. 6, 2015: 8:45 am - 4:15 pm
Robert Bradley Reading Room, Scholars Commons in Strozier Library

The FSU Libraries and the Center for Humanities and Society invite you to join us for a cross-disciplinary dialogue on how we understand and represent spaces around us with different forms of sensory input and output.  Speakers will address ways that we approach, make sense of, and articulate sensory experience as psychological, cognitive, and socio-historical constructions drawing on neurobiological, emotional, and socio-cultural interpretation.  Through such practice, we define boundaries between mind and body, self and society, and idea and object in specific cultural and temporal contexts.

8:45 Greetings and Coffee
9:15 Introductions
9:30-10:50 am  Charles UpChurch (FSU Department of History), “The Intent Behind the Touch: Evidence, Identity and Interpretation” [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]
Martin Munro (FSU Department of Modern Languages), “Listening to Aimé Césaire”  [ABSTRACT .doc file]
11:00 am -12:00 pm Amy Huber & Steven Webber (FSU Department of Interior Design), “Empathy Tool Kit: Enhancing Intended Spatial Perceptions of Budding Designers”  [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]
12:00-1:00 pm  Lunch Break
1:00 – 2:20 pm

Holly Hanessian (FSU Art Department), “The Touch in Real Time Project”  [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]

Michael Kaschak (FSU Department of Psychology), “Peripersonal Space:  Attention and Abstractions”  [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]

2:30 – 4:00 pm

Aimée Boutin (FSU Department of Modern Languages), “City of Noise: Sound and Nineteenth-Century Paris” [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]

Paul Niell (FSU Department of Art History), ““Drum, Horn, and Lash: Sound in Nineteenth-Century Havana””  [ABSTRACT .doc file or HTML]

 
   

  

 
  

 

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