Étiqueté : technologie

Journée d’étude : « Digital-age approaches to early modern engraved, etched, and imprinted episteme. Images, objects, materials and methods », Copenhague, National Museum of Denmark, 7-9 novembre 2019

The international workshop interrogates how prints vitally contributed to the early modern construction of targets of heuristic inquiry. The event brings together diverse incised, etched and engraved images, objects and materials produced c. 1500-1700 to reframe a comparative history of the rise of the ‘epistemic imprint’ across cultural, religious, and geographic divides as superintendent technology for aestheticizing knowledge formation rendering imperceptible entities accessible to the senses, from the interdisciplinary perspective of international academic researchers and...

Appel à communication : « Underwater Worlds : Aquatic Visions in Art, Science and Literature » Oxford, date limite : 30 avril 2015

Appel à communication : « Underwater Worlds : Aquatic Visions in Art, Science and Literature » Oxford, date limite : 30 avril 2015

Underwater Worlds : Aquatic Visions in Art, Science and Literature Oxford, Université d’Oxford, Research Centre in the Humanities 15-16 septembre 2015 What lies beneath the surface of the water ? From sirens and sea monsters to shipwrecks and the drowned city of Atlantis, the unseen depths of oceans, lakes and rivers have formed the canvas for countless imaginative visions and stories. Different cultures have envisioned underwater environments as supernatural forces to be feared, resources to...