Publications & Presentations

Please use the tabs below to find the authors publication/presentation.
(This is in alphabetical order of surname)

Anusas, Michael         Harkness, Rachel         Marin, Francesca
Bunn, Stephanie   Higgin, Marc   Moderbacher, Christine
Clarke, Jennifer   Hodson, Elizabeth   Ravetz, Amanda
Douglas, Anne   Ingold, Tim   Scheldeman, Griet
Ferraro, Emilia   Lucas, Raymond   Vergunst, Jo
Gatt, Caroline   Marcore, Enrico   Winter, Judith

Mike Anusas

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Anusas, M & Ingold, T 2015, 'The charge against electricity' Cultural Anthropology, vol 30, no. 4, pp. 540-554. 22nd Nov 2015
  • Anusas, M & Ingold, T 2013, 'Designing environmental relations: From opacity to textility' Design Issues, vol 29, no. 4, pp. 58-69.

Books & Chapters:-

Chapters

  • Anusas, M. & Harkness, R. (2016) ‘Different Presents in the Making’ in Otto et al. eds. ‘Design Anthropological Futures’. London: Bloomsbury.

Presentations

  • Anusas, M. (motion lead) & Black, M. vs. Boyer, D. & Vest, B. (2016) ‘Debate: The Charge Against Electricity - The Grid’. Motion for: to retain and enhance the grid. Supported by Wenner-Gren Foundation. Durham Energy Institute (DEI), University of Durham, 15 March.https://www.dur.ac.uk/dei/events/?eventno=28919(EU, ERC and KFI logos shown on slides.)(OA N/A as not an ISSN listed presentation.) (Public Debate)
  • Anusas, M. (2015) ‘Unfolding the Studio: a Design Anthropology of Material Emergence’, Material Culture in Action, The Glasgow School of Art (GSA), Glasgow, 7-8 September.(EU, ERC and KFI logos shown on slides.)(OA N/A as not an ISSN listed presentation.)
  • Anusas, M. and Lucas, R. (2014) ‘Drawing Parallels: Lines of Conversation in Design and Architecture’, Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards and Ontogeny of Things, International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy (IKKM), Bauhaus University, Weimar, 2-3 July 2014.
  • Anusas, M. (2014) ‘Design: Temporal Questions’, Temporal Design: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, Edinburgh College of Art (ECA), University of Edinburgh, UK, 28-29 May 2014.
  • Anusas, M. and Harkness, R. (2014) 'Things Could be Different: Design Anthropology as Hopeful, Critical and Ecological’, Research Network for Design Anthropology: Seminar 1, Ethnographies of the Possible, Aarhus University, Denmark, 10-11 April 2014.
  • Anusas, M. (2013) ‘Careers for Anthropologists in Design and Innovation’, Aberdeen Anthropology Society: How NOT be an Unemployed Anthropologist, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen, 17 March 2014.
  • Anusas, M. and Ingold, T. (2013) ’The Electrical Charge Against Infrastructure’, 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropology Association (AAA): Future Publics, Current Engagements, Chicago Hilton, IL, USA, 20-14 November 2013.
  • Anusas, M. (2013) ‘Designing Surfaces: from Geometries of Enclosure to Textures of Integration’, International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) 2013: Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds, Manchester, UK, 5-10 August 2013.
  • Anusas, M. and Ingold, T. (2013) An excerpt from ‘Designing Environmental Relations: from Opacity to Textility’, Design Research Society (DRS) Special Interest Group on Objects, Practices, Experiences, Networks (OPENSiG): Good Things, Bad Things, Nottingham Contemporary, UK, 10-11 June 2013.

Panel activities

  • Discussant: ‘Grids, Infrastructures and Economies’, Electrifying Anthropology. University of Durham, 14 March 2016.
  • Chair: ‘Making, recollecting and remediating architectural sites’, Material Culture in Action. The Glasgow School of Art (GSA), 7 September 2015.
  • Convening: Anusas, M. & Simonetti, C. (2013) Four-session panel across two-days: ‘Surfaces: Contesting Boundaries between Materials, Mind and Body’, 17th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES): Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds. University of Manchester, 6-7 August. http://www.nomadit.co.uk/iuaes/iuaes2013/panels.php5?PanelID=1662  EU, ERC and KFI logos shown on slides.)

Teaching

  • Anusas, M. (2014) ‘Anthropologists in Design & Innovation’. Part of ‘How not to be an unemployed anthropologist’ seminar series, Anthropology Society, University of Aberdeen, 17 March. (EU, ERC and KFI logos shown on slides.)

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Stephanie Bunn

Publications

Books & Chapters:-

Chapters

  • Bunn, S. 2014. "Making plants and growing baskets." In E. Hallam and Tim Ingold (eds) Making and Growing: Anthropological Studies of Organisms and ArtefactsLondon: Ashgate pp: 163-182

 

Presentations

  • Bunn, S. 2015. “Collaboration and practice in research into Scottish vernacular basketry.” "Collaborative Formation of Issues”. Seminar programme 3 for Research Network for Design Anthropology. Seminar presentation. Aarhus University, Moesgaard Museum, Denmark. 22 & 23 January 2015.
  • Bunn, S. 2014. “Mary Newcombe and the Shetland kishie: what these reveal about the creative ac." ‘Umwelten in Art and Architecture: Towards an Integrated theory on Creation, Sensory Worlds and Interdisciplinarity’. Public event presentation and debate. Vooruit Centre, Ghent, Belgium. 7 May 2014.
  • Bunn, S. 2014. “Weaving and Flying – The Temporary convergences of Hand and Materials in Scottish Vernacular Basketry.” Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards an Ontogeny of Things. Workshop and presentation. IKKM, Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany. 2 & 3 July 2014.

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Jennifer Clarke

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Clarke, J. 2014. ‘Disciplinary Boundaries Between Art and Anthropology’ Journal of Visual Art Practice, 13(3): 178-191. Published online November 2014.

 

Presentations

Exhibitions & Residencies

  • October 2015- March 2016 Exhibition: Invisible Matters University of Aberdeen, A collaborative, experimental project and exhibition, with associated public events and workshops, developing my art-anthropological work through exhibition; with international artists Kate Thomson (UK) and Hironori Katagiri (Japan).
  • 30th June - 6th July 2015. Solo Exhibition, ‘Translating Entropy’ Gallery Turnaround, Sendai, Japan, invited by Kinya Sekimoto. This work is about invisible matters, memory, entropic processes, and translation across form. An informal ‘residency’ and gradually accumulating installation, using a combination of cyanotype photograms, conceptual installation work, and drawing.
  • 2nd July 2015. Collaborative Live Drawing ‘A Taxonomy of Lines’ with Ray Lucas: as part of Translating Entropy: Is drawing a meaningful activity? If so, in what way? Do drawings have meaning? Is their meaning objective, subjective or both? Together, we presented a live floor drawing collaboration, exploring the relationship between Jennifer’s cyanotype practice and the ways in which Ray draws and make lines, experimenting with different media. This collaborative drawing technique is a way of thinking through making. We also discussed other drawings they will make in the gallery on that day of different durations.
  • June-July 2015 2 week Residency followed by solo exhibition June and July 2015 Translating Entropy and The Generation of Inter-personal Intimacy Taipei National Botanical Gardens, Taiwan, curated by I-Chern Lai and Yu-hua
  • March 2015 9th-23rd Collaborative Exhibition: RE:3.11: What can art do? Kenreitei Gallery, Morioka, Japan (see above ‘Invisible Matters’ for details; this was the first instalment of the collaboration with Katagiri-san and Kate). A two week residency and exhibition in a commercial gallery.
  • June 2014 Speculative Ground 19th-22nd June, in the Appleton Tower Concourse, University of Edinburgh. This exhibition was the result of a co-investigation and collaboration with Kate Foster (environmental artist), Claire Pençak (choreographer) and Rachel Harkness (anthropologist). With Harkness, curated Speculative Ground: Proposals on Paper, a collection of creative and speculative proposals by various artists exhibited as provocations.
  • My site specific installation (woodcut prints, wall drawing, sculptural work) Grounding Systems(2014) arose from investigations into material transformations, lines of transmission, interventions, earth and sky in fieldwork in Japan in May 2014. Also inspired by William Blake’s Visions of the Daughters of Albion. Published in 1793, the same year Dugald Stewart, Professor at Edinburgh, teacher of Hume and Smith, published his Outlines of Moral Philosophy.

Presentations & Invited Talks

  • December 2015 Speaker/ Organiser, Learning With Materials: New Perspectives in Anthropology, Education and Design, University of Copenhagen.
  • Nov 5th, 2015 Invited Talk: On Dreaming with Materials, The Cultural Techniques Research Lab, University of Erfurt, Germany
  • Oct 28th, 2015 Invited Talk on ‘Culture’ in Aberdeen, by public design company, Snook, Aberdeen UK.
  • August 30th, 2015. Conference presentation ‘Invisible Matters’Performance Studies International, Psi Tohoku: Beyond Contamination, Aomori Art Gallery, Japan. (International)
  • May 8th, 2015, Invited talk on KFI project, Japanese National Architecture Association, University of Tokyo
  • November 14th, 2014. Invited presentation, ‘Invisible Matters and Dark Ecologies’, CRASSH seminar, University of Cambridge, UK.
  • December 9th, 2014. Seminar participant, ‘Close to Nature, Japanese Artists and the Environment, from Hiroshima to Fukushima Tate Research Centre: Asia-Pacific, Tate Modern, London.
  • June 9-22nd, 2014. Conference Presentation, ‘Ecological Art as Ethical Praxis’, Anthropology and Enlightenment.
  • 2014 IUAES Inter-congress: the future with/of Anthropology, Chiba, Japan
  • 2013 IUAES World Congress: Evolving humanity, emerging worlds

Organising/Chairing since October 2013

  • Co-convenor of ‘Beyond Perception’ International Beyond Perception, with Jan Peter Laurens Loovers and Sara Asu Schroer, Aberdeen, 1 – 4 September 2015
  • 2014 Chair and co-convener of ‘Forging Futures’ panel, with Rachel Harkness, IUAES Conference, Chiba, Japan, 15th-18th May 2014.

Teaching since October 2013

  • February 2016 (date TBC) Lecture and Seminar ‘Ethics and politics of research’, AT5532 MRes Course Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, Course Co-ordinators Dr. Maggie Bolton and Dr. Johan Rasanayagam.
  • February 2016 (date TBC) Lecture and Seminar ‘Collaborative Anthropologies’ with Dr. Rachel Harkness, AT5532 MRes Course Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, Course Co-ordinators Dr. Maggie Bolton and Dr. Johan Rasanayagam.
  • 2015 Guest Lecturer Community Art Education (Masters in Education and Undergraduate
  • 2014 - 2016 Guest Lecturer on Postgraduate Social Anthropology, Ethnology and Cultural History MRes. Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen
  • February 2016 Lecture and Seminar ‘Ethics and politics of research’, AT5532 MRes Course Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, Course Co-ordinator Dr. Jo. Vergunst
  • November,19th, 2015 Lecture and Seminar ‘Disciplines of Art and Anthropology’, devised with Rachel Harkness and Elizabeth Hodson.
  • February 24th, 2015 Lecture and Seminar ‘Ethics and politics of research’, AT5532 MRes Course Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, Course Co-ordinator Dr. Jo. Vergunst
  • November 6th, 2014 Lecture and Seminar ‘Disciplines of Art and Anthropology’, devised with Rachel Harkness and Elizabeth Hodson.

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  • Anne Douglas

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • The Graphic Line-‘an event in its own materialisation’ Making Traces Symposium, University of Southern Denmark, 19-21 November 2014.
  • Genever, K. Ravetz, A. and Douglas, A. 2015, in collaboration with Carney, M and Barraclough, J. The Drawing Paper 8.
  • Douglas, A. Ravetz, A. Genever, K and Siebers, J., Why Drawing Now? In Journal of Arts and Communities. eds Stephanie Knight And Chrissie Tiller. Vol 6 Issue 2-3 September 2014, pp 119 – 132. Bristol: Intellect.

Books & Chapters:-

Books

 

  • Douglas, Anne. Venturing out on the thread of a tune’: the Artist as Improvisor in Public life In Creative Practice and the Art of Association, trajectories of practice as research. ed James Oliver University of Melbourne Press April 2018 
  • Douglas, Anne .& Kathleen Coessens. Improvisation and Experimentation in Everyday Life and Beyond.In Experimental Encounters beyond Music, ed Kathleen Coessens, University of Leuven Press December 2017. pp 159-167

Chapters 

  • Douglas, Anne. Material from the perspective of drawing in An Unfinished Compendium of Materials ed. Rachel Harkness. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen and European Research Council 2017. pp 53-55
  • Douglas, Anne & Fremantle Chris What poetry does best: the Harrisons’ poetics of being and acting in the world in The Time of the Force Majeure Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison. New York:Prestel pp 455-460. 2016.
  • Douglas, A and M. Hope, Making Maps and Exploring Territory in The Last Islands pp 59-63 Banchory: WOODEND PUBLISHING (2015) ISBN 978-0-9551397-8-9.

Presentations

  • Douglas, Anne. Systems Thinking and its relevance to an ecology of food design and entrepreneurship Keynote presented at Rethinking food: The creativity of entrepreneurship Researcher Links, Newton Fund workshop, Robert Gordon University and Ozyegin University, Istanbul Turkey, 2-5th October, 2017
  • Douglas, Anne & Fremantle, Chris How do artists meet the challenges of a low carbon future? Connecting with a Low Carbon Future: the challenges for the arts and humanities. University of Stirling 19-20th April 2017. Organised by the Royal Society of Edinburgh Research Network ‘Connecting with a low-carbon Scotland’. Hosted by the Centre for Environment, Heritage and Policy. University of Stirling.
  • Douglas, Anne Leading cultures of transition through arts practice keynote in Tiempos de Transición. El Lugar de los Humanidades en la crisis ecológica-social, 1º SEMINARIO DE INVESTIGACIÓN, 28-30 noviembre 2016, Polytechnic University of Valencia. 
  • Douglas Anne What is it possible to know? Research Practice Practice Research Symposium, National Association of Fine Art Education, University of Cumbria, July 2016. Keynote http://www.nafae.org.uk/sites/default/files/papers/research_practice_keynote_anne_douglas.pdf
  • Douglas Anne Practice-led research and Improvisation in Post Modern Culture Docartes Crossing Borders Keynote lecture, Orpheus Institute of Research in Music, Gent February 2016 (Repeated November 2016).
  • Douglas, A. and C. Fremantle trace the layers of human settlements in the hills of Aberdeenshire in Landscape beyond the Benign in Tate etc Spring 2016, pp 94.
  • Douglas, A. and Ravetz, A. (2014) 'Does the world draw? A collision of approaches', EASA Lab at the EASA CONFERENCE Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution-innovation and continuity in an interconnected world. Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia, 31st July - 3rd August, 2014.
  • Douglas, A. and Ravetz, A. (2014) ‘Your Thought will Find the Contours', Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards and Ontogeny of Things, International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy (IKKM), Bauhaus University, Weimar, 2-3 July 2014.

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Emilia Ferraro

Presentations

  • "Sustainability and Making" , Senior Seminar in association with Solway Centre, University of Glasgow 2013-14 Season, Semester 2.

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Caroline Gatt | Paolo Gruppuso

Caroline Gatt

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Gatt, C.  2015 ‘Anthropological Renga’,  The unfamiliar Vol 5 (1&2). The University of Edinburgh,
  • Gatt, C. 2013. 'Enlivening the supra-personal actor: Vectors at work in a transnational environmentalist federation'. Anthropology in Action, vol 20, no. 2, pp. 17-27.  
  • Gatt, C. 2013. ‘Vectors, direction of attention and unprotected backs: Re-specifying relations in anthropology’, Anthropological Theory Volume 13 Issue 4 p347-369.

 

Books & Chapters:-

Books

  • Gatt, c. 2017  (Editor) The Voices of the Pages. Aberdeen: Knowing From the Inside
  • Gatt, C. 2017 'An Ethnography of Global Environmentalism: Becoming Friends of the Earth' (London: Routledge)

Chapters

  • Gatt, C. &  Ang, 2018. GP. ‘Crafting Anthropology Otherwise: Alterity and performance’, in Chua, L and Mathur, N. (eds) Who are "We"? Reimagining Alterity and Affinity in Anthropology. Berghahn Books. PP 179 - 206.
  • Gatt, C. 2017 ‘Living Atmospheres: Breath and Permeation through Song-action in Experimental Theatre’, in Exploring Atmospheres Ethnographically, Schmitt, S and Schroer, S (Eds.). Ashgate. PP135 – 152.
  • Gatt, C. 2017. ‘The Liveliness of Books’, in Gatt C (Ed) The Voices of the Pages, Aberdeen: Knowing from the Inside. PP61 – 85.
  • Gatt, C. & Ang GP. 2017.   ‘An Emerging Theatre Anthropology’, in Hodson E (Ed) Imagination, Surfaces, Interiors. Aberdeen: Knowing from the Inside. PP17 – 21, PP128 - 129
  • Gatt, C. 2017. ‘Air: Becomes Breath, Becomes Song, Becomes Air’, in An Unfinished Compendium of Materials, Harkness (Ed.). Aberdeen: Knowing from the Inside. PP5 – 9.
  • Gatt, C. & Ang GP, Josipovic A, Netto F, Cigna C. 2017 ‘Writing and Flow’, in Gatt C (ed) The Voices of the Pages. Aberdeen: Knowing from the Inside. PP23 – 45.
  • Gatt, c & with Ang GP, 2017. ‘An Emerging Theatre Anthropology’, in Hodson E (Ed) Imagination, Surfaces, Interiors. Aberdeen: Knowing from the Inside.
  • Gatt, C. & Ang, GP. 2017. Crafting anthropology otherwise: Alterity, Affinity and performance. in L Chua & N Mathur (eds), Who are we?: Reimagining alterity and affinity in anthropology. Berghahn Books.
  • Gatt, C. 2017. Living Atmospheres: Song-Action in experimental theatre. in S Schroer & S Schmitt (eds), Exploring Atmospheres Ethnographically. Ashgate. PP135 – 152
  • Gatt, C. 2015. ‘The anthropologist as member of the ensemble: anthropological experiments with theatre makers’, in Theatre as change: The transformative potential of performance, Alex Flynn and Jonas Tinius (Eds.) Palgrave.
  • Ingold, T. & Gatt, C. 2013. From description to correspondence: Anthropology in real time. in W Gunn, T Otto & R Charlotte-Smith (eds), Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice.Bloomsbury, London, pp. 139-158

 

Presentations

Workshops and Residencies

  • ‘Caring in Movement: Self-knowledge and daily practices for mental health and wellbeing’ with Anna Dako and Valeria Lembo, one-day workshop for the University of Aberdeen Mental Health Awareness Week, 13thOctober 2017.
  • A week-long exchange of work between Caroline Gatt and Ben Spatz, N. Eda Erçin and Agnieszka Mendel, between Gatt’s subproject ‘Crafting Anthropology Otherwise’ within KFI and Spatz’s AHRC Leadership Fellows project “Judiaca: An Embodied Laboratory for Songwork”, 26th – 29thJune 2017.
  • ‘Collaborative Knowing?’, a Sourcing Within Worksession with Ang Gey Pin, Aberdeen 26th May – 2ndJune 2017.
  • ‘Collaboration in the Making’, two-day international workshop, KFI, Aberdeen University, 23rd – 24th May 2017 (18 participants - second Collaboration in the Making workshop).
  • Caring in movement knowing with breath residency; An experimental residency exploring wellbeing through knowledge practices and contemplative practices. 24th November – 2nd December 2016.
  • First Iteration: Collaborative anthropological workings. Three day workshop. University of Aberdeen. 26-28th September 2016.
  • Presentation of performance research material. Developing collaborative experiments with participants as part of the ‘crafting anthropology otherwise’ project work. Sourcing Within Tenth Anniversary event, Regello, Tuscany. 17-22nd August 2016.
  • Crafting Anthropology Otherwise – Sourcing Within Worksession, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen. 5-11th May 2016. As part of the project going under the name of Crafting Anthropology Otherwise, Caroline Gatt and Gey Pin Ang have engaged in collaborative exchanges since 2013. This Worksession was one enactment of this collaboration, which took the form of Ang’s Sourcing Within worksession but which was simultaneously a moment of fieldwork, collaborative enquiry with the participants and a sharing of the project work so far. The participants were mostly professional actors who have participated in Sourcing Within worksessions over a number of years (Adriana Josipovic, Francesca Netto, Garth Williams) and also included anthropologists who are also practitioners, specifically in this case of Butoh (Dr Paola Esposito), Capoeira (Dr Ian Peter Loovers) and Feldenkrais (Paolo Maccagno). https://paolaesposito.wordpress.com/
  • Performance reflexivity, intentionality, and collaboration: a Sourcing Within worksession.16th - 21st March 2014. 
  • With final performance 'Wandering Sounds' performed by Gey Pin Ang and Nickolai Nickolov on the 20th and 21st March 2014.
  • First experiment in collaborative fieldwork in performance anthropology, hosted in Sourcing Within Worksession, Lisbon Portugal 8th - 12th January 2014.

 

Public Discussions/Talks

 

  • Public discussion with performer Ang Gey Pin and anthropologist Caroline Gatt, after the performance of Wandering Sounds (Ang Gey Pin, Nickolai Nickolov, Peihwee Tan, Francesc Torrent). Barcelona 31st January and 1st February 2014.

https://twitter.com/LaVilella/status/429363022214488064

 

Museum exhibit

  • “Crystal Songs”, exhibit at the “Unfinishing of Things”, May 2017 – October 2017.

Presentations

  • ‘Voice, memory and grief’, a performance/lecture Anthropology Seminar Series, one day workshop in collaboration with the School of Music, University of Aberdeen, May 2018. 
  • ‘Collaboration and Plural Epistemologies: Exploring How we Know Together’, Anthropology Seminar Series, University of Aberdeen, 8th February 2018.
  • Round-table with Arnar Arnason, Tim Ingold, Johan Rassanayagam and Brian Brock ‘Alterity and Difference’, Anthropology Seminar Series, University of Aberdeen, 12th October 2017.
  • with Gey Pin Ang and Adriana Josípovic, ‘Listening in Encounter’, KFI Spring Gathering, University of Aberdeen, 29th May 2017.
  • Gey Pin Ang and Caroline Gatt "A path from Irvine: Anthropological and theatrical explorations of self-knowledge", Body of Knowledge conference, 8th - 10th December, 2106, University of California Irvine.
  • Gey Pin Ang and Caroline Gatt , ‘Knowing and transforming selves: Exploring care of the self through associative enquiry in anthropology and theatre’. November, 19th, 2016 Mindfullness turn in Martial, healing and performing and arts’, Symposium, University of Huddersfield.
  • http://www.budo-inochi.com/new-research-martial-arts-and-mindfulness/

  • Caroline Gatt, "A living archaeology of song: tracing vibrational qualities of breath on its pathway through the singer" - Panel 1, Exposure. ASA annual conference, 4th - 7th July, 2016  University of Durham.
  • Gey Pin Ang and Caroline Gatt "What is listening? Tracing ways of knowing through associative enquiry in theatre and anthropology", 13th May 2016, KFI seminar, University of Aberdeen.
  • Caroline Gatt, "Crafting anthropology otherwise: alterity, affinity and performance", presented at Who are "we"? Reimagining alterity and affinity in anthropology organised by Liana Chua and Nayanika Mathur. Cambridge 3-5th September 2014
  • Caroline Gatt, ‘The flexible federation: Friends of the Earth International’s experiments in inclusive decision making’, AAA November 2013, presented in absentia.

Teaching

  • ‘Collaborative Anthropology’, guest lecturer for AT5532 Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, MRes course, University of Aberdeen, February 2018. 
  • ‘Collaborative Anthropology’, guest lecture for AT3031 Doing Anthropological Research, University of Aberdeen, November 2017. 
  • ‘Environmental Activism’, guest lecture for MSc People and Environment, University of Aberdeen, November 2017. 
  • ‘Collaborative Anthropology’, guest lecturer for (2016 – 2017) AT5532 Research Design and Practice in Anthropology, MRes course, University of Aberdeen. 
  • Tutor for AT1003 2017. 
  • ‘Collaborative Anthropology’, guest lecture for (2016 – 2017) AT3031 Doing Anthropological Research.

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Paolo Gruppuso

 

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Gruppuso, P. 2014, Le Rane e le Spighe. Note sulla retorica fascista delle Paludi Pontine, della Bonifica Integrale e della Colonizzazione, Latium. Rivista di Studi Storici, 30-31/2013-2014

Books & Chapters:-

Book

  • Gruppuso, P. 2014, Nell'Africa Tenebrosa alle porte di Roma. Viaggio nelle Paludi Pontine e nel loro immaginario, Roma, Annales Edizioni

Presentations

  • Panel: "Exploring ‘atmospheres’: an anthropological approach?" , ASA Conference Edinburgh, 19-22 June 2014.

 

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Rachel Harkness | Elizabeth Hodson | Marc Higgin

 

Rachel Harkness 

Publications

Journal Articles:- 

  • Harkness, R. 2015. with C. Simonetti and J. Winter, 'Liquid Rock: Gathering, Flattening, Curing' in special issue of Parallax: Concrete Vol.21(3) pp 309-326.
  • Harkness, R. 2015. Invited essay 'Seven Poems and Some Theory' in Thresholds: Toby Paterson, edited by Judith Winter. Exhibition Catalogue published by Maggie's Centres and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. Bruges, Belgium: Die Keure Press. pp16-17.

 

Books & Chapters:-

Chapters

  • Anusas, M. & Harkness, R. (2016) ‘Different Presents in the Making’ in Otto et al. eds. ‘Design Anthropological Futures’. London: Bloomsbury.

 

Presentations

  • 'Eco-Builders and their Art: Transformations, Waste-Materials and the Reclamation of Remainders’ at the Material, Re-Use and Architecture Seminar, part of the Economies of Waste and Recycling in the Mediterranean 2015 Research Seminar Series, MuCEM (Musée des civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée, Marseille). 29th May 2015.
  • ‘Liquid Rock’ presentation of an object to the Anthropocene Museum, with Cristian Simonetti and Judith Winter. The Anthropocene Cabinet Slam, Centre for Culture, History and the Environment, Nelson Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison,. 8-10th November 2014.
  • Shared Imaginings of a Greater World: Forty Years of Collective Architectural Design Experiments in the New Mexican Desert.’ Panel: Collective Design Experiments at EASA Conference, Uni. of Tallinn. 31stJuly-3rd August 2014.
  • ‘Beyond the Bounds of the Building: Some Thoughts on the Weave of Architecture, Edges and Finished Things.’ Talk at ‘Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards an Ontogeny of Things’ Workshop, at Internationales Kolleg fur Kulturtechnikfoschung und Medienphilosophie (IKKM), Weimar, Germany. 2nd-3rd July 2014.
  • ‘What the Material Affords: Building Materials, Affordances and Ecological Architecture’ Affordances of Architecture Symposium. 13th European Workshop on Ecological Psychology, Queen's University, Belfast, N.Ireland. 25th-28th June 2014.
  • ‘Befriending Ambiguity: Anthropology, Architecture and the Creation of Atmospheres.’ Panel: Exploring 'Atmospheres': An Anthropological Approach? ASA Conference, Uni. of Edinburgh. 19th-22nd June 2014
  • ‘(Escape From) The Conundrum of Vernacular Architecture: Progressing an Anthropology By Way of Architecture’. Panel: Towards an Architectural Anthropology. IUAES Conference, Chiba, Greater Tokyo, Japan. 15th-18th May 2014.
  • ‘Why Study Making? Thoughts on/from Labouring, Arts Practice and Re-Purposing’. Talk to the Anthropology Society, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen. 23rd April 2014.
  • “Things Could Be Different”: Design Anthropology as Hopeful, Critical, Ecological’ with Mike Anusas. Ethnographies of the Possible Seminar, Aarhus University, Moesgaard Alle, Denmark. 10th-11th April 2014.
  • ‘In the Mist: Conversation and Comprehension Through a Vaporous Prism.’ ‘Making and Relating of Inquiry’ Seminar, University of Aberdeen. 9th-10th December 2013.

Exhibitions

  • 2-13 November 2015. Invited artist in a group show. Work entitled 'Architecture is a Verb', as part of it is not it that we see, Fettes Gallery, Fettes College, Edinburgh. Curated by Jake Bee.

Workshop Participation

  • 13th-14th October. Lead organiser and facilitator of two-day workshop 'Things, Materials, Knowledge', as part of research exchange with Knowledge of the Arts research group from University of the Arts, Berlin.
  • July 4th-7th, 2015, Invited workshop participant, Anthropocene Objects and Environmental Futures, Workshop at the Rachel Carson Center and the Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany.
  • August 12th – 17th, 2015, Invited panel participant, Design Anthropological Futures, Conference at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design in Copenhagen.

Organising/Chairing

  • 2014 Chair and co-convener of ‘Forging Futures’ panel, with Jen Clarke, IUAES Conference, Chiba, Japan, 15th-18th May 2014.

Teaching

  • 19h November, 2014. Lecture and Seminar ‘Disciplines of Art and Anthropology’ with Jen Clarke and Elizabeth Hodson. Guest Lecturer on Postgraduate Social Anthropology, Ethnology and Cultural History MRes, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen. Course Coordinated by Alison Brown.
  • 12th October, 2015. Lecture and seminar on ‘Matter, Pollution and Global Flows: Vital Materiality and the Stories of Stuff’. Guest Lecturer on Postgraduate People and Environment Msc, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen. Course Coordinated by Dr. Andrew Whitehouse.
  • Lecture and Seminar ‘Disciplines of Art and Anthropology’ with Jen Clarke and Elizabeth Hodson. Guest Lecturer on Postgraduate Social Anthropology, Ethnology and Cultural History MRes, 6thNov. 2014. Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen. Course Coordinated by Alison Brown.
  • Lecture and seminar on ‘Matter, Pollution and Global Flows: Vital Materiality and the Stories of Stuff’. Guest Lecturer on Postgraduate People and Environment MSc, 13th Oct. 2014. Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen. Course Coordinated by Dr. Andrew Whitehouse.

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Elizabeth Hodson

Publications

Journal Articles:- 

 

    • Hodson, E. 2017. ‘Prisms of the Abstract: Material Relations in Icelandic Art’  in Journal of Material Culture Vol 22 (1). pp 72-92.

 

  • Hodson, E. 2015. The line as mediator: mapping the lacuna in contemporary Icelandic art. Journal of Visual Art Practice. Vol. 14/Issue 1.

 

Presentations 

Curated Exhibitions

  •  ‘Drawing the Anthropological Imagination’, ASA16, University of Durham (2016)
  •   ‘Beyond Perception 15’, SRUC, Craibstone Estate, University of Aberdeen (2015)

Exhibitions and Art Residencies

  • Edinburgh 11’, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop group exhibition, Ebor Gallery, Manchester (2016)
  • ‘Nes Arts’ residency, Skagaströnd, Iceland
  • 'Mapping the Anthropological Imagination', ASA14 solo exhibition, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (2014)
  • 'A Given Structure', Bath Fringe Arts Festival (2014)
  • 'In Praise of Shadows', Earsham Art Gallery (2014)
  • 'Drawing' Group exhibition, Salisbury Arts Centre (2013)

 Conferences/presentations

  • Paper ‘Anatomy Collections and the Ethics of the Past’ with Ian Harper, ASA16 Footprints and Futures: The Time of Anthropology, University of Durham (2016).
  • Paper ‘The Aesthetic Imagination: Speculative Forms’ ASA16 Footprints and Futures: The Time of Anthropology, University of Durham (2016).
  • Paper 'Visibility in the Gallery: Anthropology as Curating Co-Authorship' given at Coventry University’s symposium Drawing Conversations: reflecting upon collective and collaborative drawing experiences (2015).
  • Paper 'The Life Model and the Cadaver' given at UCL’s Body Plasticity: Intrusions and Extrusions symposium (2015).
  • Co-convenor of 'Art and Medicine Anthropology' panel with Ian Harper, ASA15 Symbiotic Anthropologies: Theoretical Commensalities conference, University of Exeter (2015).
  • Paper ‘Greys Anatomy: Diagramming the Body’ with Ian Harper, ASA15 Symbiotic Anthropologies: Theoretical Commensalities conference, University of Exeter (2015).

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Marc Higgin

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Higgin, M.  (2016). Ignis mutat res: reflections on working with fire. Anthropology Today, 32(4), pp. 12-16.
  • Higgin, M. (2016). The other side of society; reflections on waste and its place. Antropologia, 3(1), pp. 67-88.

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Tim Ingold

Publications / Presentations

Journal Articles:-

  • Ingold, T 2018, ‘Surface textures: the ground and the page’. Philological Quarterly, in press.
  • Ingold, T and Anusas, M 2018, ‘Ice and concrete: solid fluids of environmental change’. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, in press.
  • Ingold, T 2018, ‘One world anthropology’. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, in press.
  • Ingold, T, with Vionnet, C 2018, ‘From experience to language: Towards an affected and affective writing’. Tsantsa 23: 82-90.
  • Ingold, T 2018, ‘L’art, la science et le sense de la recherche’. A/R 1: 89-93 (in English, 143-4). 
  • Ingold, T 2018, 'Five questions of skill'. Cultural Geographies 25(1): 159-163.
  • Ingold, T 2017, 'Surface visions'. Theory, Culture and Society 34(7-8): 99-108.
  • Ingold, T 2017, 'On human correspondence'. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23(1): 9–27.
  • Ingold, T 2017, 'Anthropology contra ethnography'. Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 7(1) : 21-26.
  • Ingold, T 2017, 'Les materiaux de la vie'. Socio-anthropologie 35: 23-43.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'La vie dans un monde sans objets'. Perspective: Actualite en histoire de l'art 2016(1): 13-20.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'A Naturalist Abroad in the Museum of Ontology: Phillipe Descola's Beyond Nature and Culture'. Anthropological Forum, vol 26, no. 3, pp. 301-320,
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'Archaeology with its back to the world'. Norwegian Archaeological Review, vol 49, no. 1, pp. 30-32,
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'From science to art and back again: The pendulum of an anthropologist' Anuac, vol 5, no. 1, pp. 5-23.
  • Ingold, T & Winter, J M 2016, 'Pursuing Truth' Archis, vol 48, pp. 43-49.
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'Human cognition is intrinsically social, developmental and historical' Social Anthropology, vol 23, no. 2, pp. 188-191.,
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'From the master's point of view, hunting is sacrifice' Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, vol 21, no. 1, pp. 24-27.,
  • Anusas, M & Ingold, T 2015, 'The charge against electricity' Cultural Anthropology, vol 30, no. 4, pp. 540-554. 22nd Nov 2015
  • Ingold, T 2014, 'The creativity of undergoing' Pragmatics & Cognition, vol 22, no. 1, pp. 124-139.
  • Ingold, T. 2014. 'That's enough about ethnography'. Hau: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 4(1): 1-13.
  • Anusas, M. and T. Ingold 2013. 'Designing environmental relations: From opacity to textility'. Design Issues 29(4): 58-69.

Books & Chapters:-

Books

  • Ingold, T 2018, Anthropology and/as Education. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Ingold, T 2017, Correspondences. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen.
  • Ingold, T 2015, The Life of Lines. Routledge, Abingdon.
  • Hallam, E. and T. Ingold, T (eds) 2014. Making and Growing: Anthropological Studies of Organisms and Artefacts. Farnham: Ashgate.

Chapters

  • Ingold, T 2018, ‘From the North with my cello, or, five propositions on beauty’, in S Bunn (ed.), Anthropology and Beauty: From Aesthetics to Creativity. London: Routledge, pp. 449-464.   
  • Ingold, T 2018, ‘Somewhere in Northern Karelia’, in T Dee (ed.), Ground Work: Writing on Places and People. London: Jonathan Cape, pp. 132-137.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘An ecology of materials’, in S Witzgall and Stakemeier (eds), Power of Material / Politics of Materiality. Zurich, Berlin: Diaphanes, pp. 59-65.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘"To human" is a verb’. In A Fuentes & A Visala (eds), Verbs, bones, and brains: Interdisciplinary perspectives on human nature. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 71-87.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Bringing things to life: Material flux and creative entanglements’. In M Finke & F Weltzien (eds), State of Flux: Aesthetics of fluid materials. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, pp. 21-37.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Conte de la pierre: Inspire d'une visite des temples grecs antiques de Selinonte, en Sicile’. In N Chabert & J Castex (eds), Etre Pierre. Paris: Paris Musées, pp. 64-74.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Noise, sound, silence’. In N van Dijk, K Ergenzinger, C Kassung & S Schwesinger (eds), Navigating noise. Berlin: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter König, pp. 38-57.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Taking taskscape to task’. In U Rajala & P Mills (eds), Forms of dwelling: 20 years of taskscapes in archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 16-27.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Walking with dragons’. In R Finnegan (ed.), Entrancement: The consciousness of dreaming, music and the world. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 37-63.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘What if the city were an ocean and its buildings ships?’ In SV Bradley (ed.), The Evergreen: A New Season in the North. vol. 3, Edinburgh: The Word Bank, pp. 11-18.
  • Ingold, T 2017, ‘Whirl’. In J J Cohen & L Duckert (eds), Veer Ecology. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press , pp. 421-433.
  • Ingold, T 2016, ‘Foreword to the Second Edition’. In The Invention of Culture, 2nd edn, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, pp. ix-xv.
  • Ingold, T 2016, ‘Thoughts on movement, growth and an anthropologically-sensitive IS/Organization studies: An imagined correspondence with Tim Ingold’. In L Introna, D Kavanagh, S Kelly, W Orlikowski & S Scott (eds), Beyond interpretivism?: New encounters with technology and organization. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 17-32
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'End comment: To conclude in the spirit of rebirth, or, a note on animic anthropo-ontogenesis'. In K Arhem & G Sprenger (eds), Animism in Southeast Asia. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 302-309.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'Lighting up the atmosphere'. In M Bille & T F Sorensen (eds), Elements of architecture: Assembling archaeology, atmosphere and the performance of building spaces. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 163-176.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'Preface to 2016 edition'. In T Ingold (ed.), Evolution and Social Life. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. xi-xviii.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'Reach for the stars!: Light, vision and the atmosphere'. In D Gunzburg (ed.), The imagined sky: Cultural perspectives. Equinox Publishing, Sheffield, pp. 215-233.
  • Ingold, T 2016, 'The maze and the labyrinth: Walking, imagining and the education of attention'. in E Schraube & C Hojholt (eds), Psychology and the conduct of everyday life . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 99-110
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'After cartography'. In J Levy (ed.), A cartographic turn: Mapping and the spatial challenge in social sciences. Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, EPFL-Press, pp. 321-335.
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'Foreword’. In P Vannini (ed.), Non-representational methodologies: Re-envisioning research. Routledge Advances in Research Methods , Routledge, Abingdon, pp. vii-x.
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'Foreword: Catalyst; Art, sustainability and place in the work of Wolfgang Weileder'. in S Guy (ed.), Catalyst: Art, sustainability and place in the work of Wolfgang Weileder. Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, pp. 11-13. 10 Aug 2015
  • Ingold, T 2015, 'Taking a thread for a walk, with Anne Masson and Eric Chevalier'. in E Chevalier & A Masson (eds), Des Choses a Faire. MER, Gent, pp. 71-79.10 Mar 2015
  • Ingold, T. and E. Hallam 2014. 'Making and growing: An introduction'. In Making and Growing: Anthropological Studies of Organisms and Artefacts, eds. E. Hallam and T, Ingold. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 1-24.Ingold, T. 2013. 'Epilogue'. In Nomadic and indigenous spaces: Productions and cognitions, eds. J. Miggelbrink, J. O. Habeck, N. Mazzullo and P. Koch. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 259-262.
  • Ingold, T. and C. Gatt 2013. 'From description to correspondence: Anthropology in real time'. In Design Anthropology: Theory and Practice, eds. W. Gunn, T. Otto and R. Charlotte-Smith. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 139-158.

 

Presentations & Invited Lectures 

  •  January 17th, 2018, ‘Flying swimming burrowing: life on the inside of a worlding world’, invited presentation, workshop on Research methods for volatile lifeworlds in the hydrosocial Anthropocene, University of Cologne.
  • January 31st, 2018, ‘Surface textures: the ground and the page’, invited lecture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Brussels.
  • February 7th, 2018, ‘The creativity of habit’, invited lecture, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Arts and Languages (CIDRAL), University of Manchester.
  • February 14th, 2018, ‘Search and search again: on the meaning of research in art’, public lecture, School for Civic Imagination, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow.
  • February 20th, 2018, ‘The sustainability of everything’, invited lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania.
  • February 22nd-23rd, 2018, Invited speaker for interchange seminar, IPRH-Mellon Biohumanities Research Group, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • March 9th, 2018, ‘What if the city were an ocean, and its buildings ships?’, invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Alicante.
  • March 13th, 2018, ‘On symbiotic life: togethering, community and scholarship’, invited seminar presentation, University of Nanterre.
  • March 14th, 2018, ‘Line, surface and notation: the text and the score’, invited presentation, L’Autre Musique laboratoire, Institut ACTE, Université Paris 1.
  • March 21st, 2018, ‘Noise, sound, silence’, public lecture, Research Centre for Environmental Humanities, Bath Spa University. 
  • March 28th, 2018, ‘Art, science and the meaning of research’, public lecture, Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (GAM), Turin.
  • March 29th, 2018, ‘Art and anthropology for a living world’, public lecture, École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs (ENSAD), Paris.
  • April 23rd, 2018, ‘The sustainability of everything’, public lecture, Cuimhne Festival, An Lanntair, Stornoway (Isle of Lewis), Scotland. 
  • May 3rd, 2018, ‘In the gathering shadows of material things’, Dean’s Lecture, Faculty of Archaeology, University of Leiden.
  • May 6th, 2018, Lead contribution to panel discussion, ‘Crafted connectivities: forms, concepts, histories’, as part of public multi-arts event Prelude to the Shed, New York.
  • May 7th, 2018, ‘Creativity, choreography and embodied knowledge’, conversation with Stephen Petronio, DIY@BGC, Immersive Approaches to Making, Bard Graduate Center, New York.
  • May 14th, 2018, ‘Of work and words: craft as a way of telling’, invited lecture, Deutsches Museum, Münich.
  • May 15th, 2018, ‘Surface textures: the ground and the page’, invited lecture, University of Heidelberg.
  • May 16th, 2018, ‘Education in the minor key’, invited lecture, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.
  • December 15th, 2017, ‘On not knowing and paying attention: how to live in an uncertain world’, invited lecture, Laboratoire d’Anthropologie des Enjeux Contemporains (LADEC), Université de Lyon.
  • December 13th, 2017, ‘Of work and words: craft as a way of telling’, invited lecture, Université Grenoble-Alpes.
  • December 8th, 2017, ‘On going along together’, invited paper, conference on Toward a techno-ecology of participation, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany.
  • November 29th, 2017, ‘The art of paying attention’, keynote address, conference on The art of research, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland.
  • November 27th, 2017, ‘Surface textures: the ground and the page’, VII Seminar Connections: Deleuze and cosmopolitics and Anthropocene and common future and…, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil (via skype).
  • November 24th, 2017, ‘Wasting time’, closing talk with Tehching Tsieh, Collateral  Event of the 57th Venice Biennale, Fonazione Querini Stampalia, Venice.
  • November 23rd, 2017, ’Building, knotting, joining’, invited lecture, Venice University of Architecture.
  • November 16th, 2017, ’Landscape and taskscape revisited’, invited workshop, postgraduate conference Cultivating perspectives on landscapes, University of St Andrews.
  • November 15th, 2017, ’Education in the minor key’, invited seminar presentation, University College London Institute of Education.
  • November 10th, 2017, ’Art, science and the meaning of research’, keynote address, conference on Artistic research in the North, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
  • November 8th, 2017, ’The art of paying attention’, public lecture, Leicester School of Art, De Montfort University.
  • November 2nd, 2017, ‘Of work and words: craft as a way of telling’, Annual William Fagg Lecture, British Museum, London.
  • October 19th, 2017, ’What if the city were an ocean, and its buildings ships?’, invited lecture, University of Graz, Austria.
  • October 14th, 2017, ’Making, growing and the genesis of form’, invited paper, Conference On Growth and Form 100, Universities of Dundee and St Andrews.
  • September 27th, 2017, KRAFTA Film Festival Seminar, invited speaker, The Lighthouse, Glasgow.
  • September 18th, 2017, ’Environments for Life’, keynote address, international colloquium on Agro-biodiversity, local heritage and GMOs, Puebla and Cuetzalan, Mexico (by video link).
  • September 16th, 2017, ’Life off screen’, keynote address, Art and presence: international conference on art, atmosphere, museums and presence, University of Southern Denmark at Odense and Faaborg Museum, Denmark.
  • July 10th, 2017, workshop and public lecture, ‘On not knowing and paying attention: how to live in an uncertain world’, Yorkshire Dance Studios, Leeds.
  • July 7th, 2017, ‘Evolution in the minor key’, keynote address, conference on Human distinctiveness: wisdom’s deep evolution, University of Notre Dame, London Gateway.
  • June 15th, 2017, ‘What is the sky?’, keynote lecture, conference on Phenomenology and ecology, Higher Institute of Philosophy, KU Leuven, Belgium.
  • June 7th, 2017, ‘Perception, imagination and memory’, invited lecture, conference on Evolving fields, Graduate School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • May 12th, 2017, invited discussant, conference on Ingenuity in the making: materials and technique in Early Modern Europe, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge.
  • May 9th, 2017, ‘The future of anthropology and the future of the university’, Annual Strathern Lecture, University of Cambridge.
  • May 8th, 2017, ‘The craft of spinning’, presentation to Medieval Art Seminar, Department of the History of Art, University of Cambridge.
  • May 4th, 2017, ‘What is the sky?’ public lecture, Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum, Lochmaddy, North Uist, Scotland. 
  • April 27th, 2017, Invited speaker, Sketchday+workshop, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • April 26th, 2017, ‘Anthropology and/as education’, invited lecture, Faculty of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University.
  • April 24th, 2017, ‘Life in the round: point, circle, sphere’, keynote address, workshop on Anthropology and geometry, Manchester School of Architecture.
  • February 9th, 2017, ‘How materials correspond’, keynote address, international symposium on Connecting materialities: material connectivities, Centre for Advanced Studies, LMU Münich.
  • February 7th, 2017, ‘Neuroaesthetics and the myth of Palaeolithic art’, invited lecture, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  • January 27th, 2017, ‘Education in the Minor Key’, invited lecture, Faculty of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University.
  • January 21st, 2017, Invited discussant, symposium on Woven communities, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
  • December 10th, 2016, ‘On not knowing and paying attention: how to live in an uncertain world’, keynote address, IFIP WG 8.2 Working Conference, Beyond interpretivism? New encounters with technology and organisation, University College Dublin.
  • December 8th, 2016, ‘From the North with my cello, or, five propositions on beauty’, seminar presentation, Department of Anthropology, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
  • November 30th, 2016, ‘On not knowing and paying attention: how to live in an uncertain world’, public lecture, Gulbenkian Foundation, Paris.
  • November 29th, 2016, ‘Anthropology contra ethnography’, invited contribution to debate, Centre for Ethnographic Theory, School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
  • November 15th, 2016, ‘On Opening the Book of Surfaces: Cutting, Unfolding and Feeling’, invited lecture, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, University of Kent at Canterbury.
  • November 14th, 2016, invited speaker, Archaeology + Anthropology event, Oxford University Archaeological and Anthropological Societies.
  • October 21st, 2016, ’One world anthropology’, invited lecture, School of Advanced Studies in Humanities, University of Bologna, Italy.
  • October 17th, 2016, ’On opening a path to beauty: aesthetic attention and the perception of the real’, invited lecture, workshop on The symbolic animal: evolution and neuroethology of aesthetics, Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily.
  • September 21st, ’One world anthropology’, invited lecture, Human Ecology Division, Lund University, Sweden.
  • September 16th, 2016, Land Line Walk, with artist Caroline Dear, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
  • Sep 10th, 2016, ‘The Sustainability of Everything’, public talk presented to the Centre for Human Ecology, Govan, Glasgow.
  • Sep 9th, 2016, ‘Lines of Correspondence’, opening keynote address, 18th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture, Lines in Sand: Borders, Conflicts and Transitions, University of Glasgow.
  • Sep 7th, 2016, ‘One World Anthropology’, keynote address, 2nd International Congress of Iberian Anthropology (AIBR) in collaboration with the Centre for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB)
  • Jun 28th, 2016, ‘Reintegrating Social and Biological Anthropology: An Ontogenetic Approach’, paper presented to workshop on Sustainability, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Oslo.
  • Jun 10th, 2016, ‘The Impediments of Objectivity and the Pursuit of Truth’, paper presented to the workshop Perceiving Truth and Value: Phenomenological Deliberations on Ethical Perception, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany.
  • Jun 9th, 2016, ‘Life Off Screen’, closing keynote  lecture, International Conference of DFG Research Training Group ‘Locating Media’, Digital Practices: Situating People, Things and Data, University of Siegen, Germany.
  • May 11th, 2016, ‘Thinking Through the Cello’, public lecture presented the Van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
  • Apr 28th, 2016, ‘Surface Textures: The Ground and the Page’, paper presented at the symposium Earth Writing, Institute for Modern English Literature, University of Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Apr 14th, 2016, ‘One World Anthropology’, inaugural lecture for 2016-17 session presented to the Anthropology Programme, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago, Chile.
  • Apr 9th, 2016, ‘From Science to Art and Back Again: The Pendulum of an Anthropologist’, public lecture presented at Puerto de Ideas Science Festival, Antofagasta, Chile.
  • Mar 24th, 2016, ‘Making: Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture’, lecture presented at New Architects 3 Launch Event, the Architecture Foundation, Barbican Centre, London.
  • Mar 18th, 2016, ‘One World Anthropology’, J. J. Bachofen Lecture, University of Basel, Switzerland.
  • Mar 16th, 2016, ‘Thinking Through the Cello’, lecture presented at the Festival bricologique, Villa Arson, Nice, France.
  • Mar 10th, 2016, ‘Above, Below and In-Between: Of Surfaces, Ground and the Interstitiality of Things’, lecture presented to the Archaeology and Philosophy Societies, University College Dublin.
  • Mar 27th, 2016‘What is the Sky?’, public lecture, Café Philosophique, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  • Feb 14th, 2016, ‘Beauty from the North: Six Propositions’, Elizabeth and Todd Warnock Lecture, Department of Art History, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Feb 11th, 2016, ‘Education and/as Anthropology: the Dewey Lectures’. Series of four lectures presented at the Research Center on Education, Learning, and Didactics (CREAD), University of Rennes, France.
  • Jan 27th, 2016, ‘What if the City Were and Ocean, and its Buildings Ships?’, lecture presented in Living Maps Network series, Birkbeck College London.
  • Dec 4th, 2015, ‘One World Anthropology’, keynote lecture, Creation of Reality Group (CRAG) conference, University of Edinburgh, Dec, 4th, 2015, ‘One World Anthropology’, keynote lecture, Creation of Reality Group (CRAG) conference, University of Edinburgh.
  • Nov 20th, 2015, What if the City Were and Ocean, and its Buildings Ships?, keynote lecture, colloquium on Les Fin des Cartes, École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, Paris.
  • Nov 14th, 2015, Colour, Pitch, Silence, invited speaker. workshop on Speculations in Sound, Centre for Research in New Music, University of Huddersfield, England.
  • Nov 10th, 2015, Ethnography is to Anthropology as Art History is to Arts Practice: A Provocation, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
  • Nov 6th, 2015, From Science to Art and Back Again: The Pendulum of an Environmental Anthropologist, keynote lecture, 4th Biennial Congress of the Italian Association of Cultural Anthropologists (ANUAC), Environments of Life and Environments of the Imagination: New Perspectives in Anthropology. Free University of Bolzano/Bozen, Italy.
  • Oct 20th, 2015, Weather-writing and the Life of Lines, seminar with Research Group Practices and Discourses of the Line and guest lecture, Institute of German, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, University of Bonn, Germany.
  • Oct 9th, 2015, One World Anthropology, guest lecture, Department of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
  • Oct 8th, 2015, From Science to Art and Back Again: The Pendulum of an Environmental Anthropologist, Hawthorn Lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Oct 3rd, 2015, Above, Below and In-between: Of Surfaces, Grounds and the Interstitiality of Things, plenary lecture, J Irwin Miller symposium A Constructed World, Yale School of Architecture.
  • Sep 30th, 2015, On Human Correspondence, guest lecture, Department of Anthropology, New School for Social Research, New York.
  • Sep 25th, 2015, Humanifying in Practice: Looking, Listening and the Education of Attention, keynote lecture, Listen to me! Humanizing Human Practices, Third International Conference on Dialogical Practices. University of Agder at Kristiansand, Norway.
  • Sep 23rd, 2015, Ethnography is Not Participant Observation, keynote lecture, 2015 European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, University of Oslo, Norway.
  • Sep 8th, 2015, Closing Remarks, plenary speaker, conference on Material Culture in Action: Practices of Making, Collecting and Re-enacting Art and Design, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Sep 1st, 2015, Anthropological Improvisations, Plenary Speaker, Beyond Perception 15 Conference, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland.
  • Aug 25th, 2015, On Opening the Book of Surfaces: Cutting, Unfolding and Feeling, keynote lecture, Rencontres internationals de Lure, Lurs, France.
  • Jul 13th, 2015, Making as Weaving, plenary keynote lecture to summer conference on Craft Thinking: Ideas on Making, Materials, and the Creative Process, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine.
  • Jun 16th, 2015, Touchlines: On Seeing and Reading as Ways of Telling, guest lecture, Studio Kunstverein Amsterdam,
  • May 13th, 2015, The Growth of Knowledge in the Landscape of Memory, plenary keynote address, 31st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Anthropology Society, Laval University, Quebec City, Canada
  • May 6th, 2015, Anthropology is not Ethnography, research conversation, Intercultural Research Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Apr 24th, 2015, What if the City Were and Ocean, and its Buildings Ships?, public lecture, Edinburgh Old Town Development Trust, Edinburgh
  • Apr 20th, 2015, Invited chair and discussant, workshop on Conversations with Tim Ingold: The Art of Inquiry, Institute of Sociology, Free University of Brussels,
  • Apr 18th, 2015, The Line and the Whorl, keynote lecture, workshop on Weaving Making & Thinking, Victoria and Albert Research Institute, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
  • Apr 16th, 2015, Anthropology and Architecture, presentation to seminar of PhD programme in Architecture, Sir John Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University, England
  • Apr 15th, 2015, Making: Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture, presentation Séminaire du Réseau penser la Technique en Société, Centre d'Histoire des Techniques, Paris
  • Apr 14th, 2015, Co-convener of panel New directions in anthropology, architecture and design. 2015 Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth (ASA15), University of Exeter, England
  • Apr 8th, 2015, Seeing with sunbeams, keynote lecture, conference on Light Cultures: New Technologies, Aesthetics and Climate Policies, Roskilde University, Denmark
  • Mar 30th, 2015, Sound and Atmosphere and Lines of Sound, Lines of Melody, two guest lectures presented International Orpheus Academy for Music and Theory programme on Sensible & Sensorial Explo, Ghentr
  • Mar 27th, 2015, Designs Along a Length of String, closing provocation 2nd Biennial Research Through Design (RTD) conference, Cambridge, England
  • Mar 25th, 2015, Master-class on The Life of Lines, session on Embodied Cognition, Art and Affordances, SMART CS Amsterdam Conference, University of Amsterdam, Holland
  • Mar 24th, 2015, Guest speaker, seminar on Creativity, Art and Archaeology, Valand Academy and Department of Historical studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Mar 7th, 2015, Gallery talk at exhibition Debris and Phenomena with artist David Lemm, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Mar 5th, 2015, Building Knotting Joining, guest lecture in International Lecture Series, Brighton University School of Architecture, University of Brighton, England, UK
  • Feb 24th, 2015, On Human Correspondence, presentation to Departmental seminar, Department of Social Anthropology, Queen’s University Belfast, Ireland
  • Feb 11th, 2015, The Creativity of Undergoing, lecture to Creation of Reality Group (CRAG), University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Feb 2nd, 2015, ‘Reach for the Stars! Light, Vision and the Atmosphere’, joint seminar presentation to the Departments of Archaeology and History of Art, University of York, UK
  • Jan 30th, 2015, The Art of Inquiry: Reflections of an Anthropologist, keynote lecture, at the first annual Research Week of Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockh
  • Jan 27th, 2015, After Behrmann: Three Short Tales of Self-Reinforcement, workshop and public lecture in the series Life After the Anthropocene, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford, UK
  • Jan 20th, 2015, Anthropology and the Education of Attention, presentation to colloquium, Department of Anthropology, University of Hamburg, Germany
  • Jan 15th, 2015, Telling by Hand, invited speaker for Away Day, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University
  • Dec 12th, 2014, Of Knots and Blocks: Dwelling in Smooth Space, presentation to seminar, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Nov 28th, 2014, Building Knotting Joining, presentation to seminar, Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA), University of Edinburgh
  • Nov 25th, 2014, Anthropology and the Education of Attention, presentation to seminar, Division of Anthropology, Brunel University London
  • Nov 19th, 2014, Touchlines: Manual Inscription and Haptic Perception, keynote lecture, symposium on Making Traces, University of Southern Denmark at Odense, Denmark
  • Nov 15th, 2014, Chair, Hielan' Ways Symposium: Perceptions of Exploration, organised by Deveron Arts and the Walking Institute, Tomintoul, Aberdeenshire
  • Nov 7th, 2014, 'On human correspondence', Royal Anthropological Institute Huxley Memorial Lecture, British Museum, London,
  • Oct 28th, 2014, The Creativity of Undergoing, keynote lecture, Conference on Post-Rationalization: Practice, Process and the Temporality of Creativity, Learning and Media Technology Studio (LETS). University of Gothenburg, Sweden,
  • Oct 21st, 2014, Discussant for research seminar Weaving Codes, Coding Weaves, School of Music, University of Leeds, UK
  • Oct 2nd, 2014, ‘That’s Enough About Ethnography, colloquium, Department of Anthropology, University of California at San Diego,
  • Oct 2nd, 2014, The Creativity of Undergoing, public lecture in the series Imminent Questions, Centre for the Humanities, University of California at San Diego,
  • Sept 22nd 2014, Anthropology and the education of attention, Department of Anthropology Distinguished Lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of California
  • Sept 20th, 2014, Environments for Life (TEDx talk); Making Growing Learning (Feature Lecture), ITA YATI: A Festival of Traditional Knowledge, organised by the TB1(cho( Government in partnership with the Canadian Polar Commission and the Prince
  • Aug 15th, 2014, Design Anthropology is Not, and Cannot Be, Ethnography, invited contribution to seminar on Interventionist Speculation, Research Network for Design Anthropology, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Copenhagen,
  • July 3rd, 2014, ‘Breathing Out and Breathing In: On Haptic Perception and the Atmosphere, keynote address, workshop on Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards an Ontogeny of Things, Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie (IKKM), Bauhaus University
  • July  1st, 2014, Telling by Hand: Weaving, Drawing, Writing, guest lecture, Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle
  • June, 27th, 2014, Invited participant in discussion panel, International Print Biennale Symposium, Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle
  • June 21st, 2014, Panel convenor, plenary panel on Human / Nature, 2014 Decennial Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists, Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and St Andrews, Edinburgh, UK
  • June 19th, 2014, Keynote speaker, conference on Moving Mountains: Studies in Place, Society and Cultural Representation, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, UK
  • June 5th, 2014, Guest speaker, Center of Modern Humanities (ZTMK) Featured Thinker Day, Georg-August-University Göttingen University of Göttingen, Germany
  • June 4th, 2014, Invited lecture, series on Sound Studies, Departments of Cultural Anthropology and Musicology, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany
  • May 21st, 2014, Invited lecture, Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Mediedphilosophie (IKKM), Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany
  • May 12th, 2014, Invited lecture, series on Sensing Place, Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
  • May 8th-10th, 2014, Invited speaker, Kent Social Anthropology Research Group Springtime Symposium on Space, Place and Territoriality, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
  • April 22th, 2014, The Maze and the Labyrinth, Invited lecture, École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
  • April 22nd, 2014, Invited presentation, Pompidou Centre, Paris, France
  • April 10th-12th, 2014, Invited speaker, conference on Art, Religion and the Environment, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena, Germany
  • April 3rd-5th, 2014, Invited speaker, conference on Human Nature, University of Notre Dame, USA
  • March 31st, 2014, Invited seminar presentation, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago, USA
  • March 29th, 2014, Invited speaker, symposium on Matter Thinks!, School of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
  • March 27th, 2014, Invited lecture, Transdisciplinary Programme on Material and Visual Worlds, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
  • March 14th, 2014, Invited presentation, Musée de Quai Branly, Paris, France
  • March 5th, 2014, Invited seminar presentation, Crafting Practice, School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • February 7th, 2014, Keynote address, conference on Reading and Exhibiting Nature, University of Westminster, London, UK
  • January 31st, 2014, Invited lecture, School of Humanities, University of Gloucestershire, UK
  • January 30th, 2014, Bassett Lecture 2013, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK
  • January 24th-26th, 2014, Invited speaker, conference on Cultures of Biodiversity, University of Oslo, Norway
  • January 23rd, 2014, Invited lecture, Department of Culture and Humanities, Telemark University College, Bø, Norway
  • December 18th, 2013, Invited presentation, 35th Annual Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, Bournemouth University, UK
  • December 4th, 2013, Invited lecture, Polish Institute of Anthropology, University of Poznan, Poland
  • December 3rd, 2013, Invited lecture, Polish Institute of Anthropology, University of Warsaw, Poland
  • December 2nd, 2013, Invited lecture, Polish Institute of Anthropology, University of Krakow, Poland
  • November 14th, 2013, Seminar speaker, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie des Institutions et des Organisations Sociales (LAIOS), EHESS, Paris, France
  • November 13th, 2013, Public dialogue with Philippe Descola, Être au monde: quelle experience commune? Villa Gillet, Grenoble, France.
  • November 8th, 2013, Invited lecture, Institute of Ethnology, University of Cologne, Germany
  • October 28th, 2013, Plenary lecture, Ideas in Movement, 2013 Royal Anthropological Institute Postgraduate Conference, University of Aberdeen, UK
  • October 16th, 2013, Daphne Mayo Lecture 2013, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
  • October 10th, 2013, Invited lecture, Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
  • September 24th, 2013, Inaugural lecture, Interculturalism, Migration and Minorities Research Centre, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Leuven, Belgium
  • September 19th-20th,2013, Invited presentation, conference on Extension and Embodiment in Cultural Evolution, University of Cambridge, UK
  • August 27th, 2013, Invited presentation, symposium on Walking, International Institute of Applied Aesthetics, Helsinki, Finland
  • August 13th, 2013. Keynote Address, International Human Research Conference, University of Aalborg, Denmark
  • August 5th, 2013. Lead speaker for Plenary Debate, Humans Have no Nature, What They Have is History, 17th World Congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
  • July 2nd, 2013. Invited presentation, Environmental Philosophy meeting, Durham University, UK
  • June 29th, 2013. Keynote address, Walk-On conference, University of Sunderland, UK
  • June 26th, 2013. Keynote address, conference on Psychology of Everyday Life, Roskilde University, Denmark
  • June 18th, 2013. Keynote address, seminar on Walking, Drawing and Extending Sites for Learning, University of Western Scotland, Ayr Campus, UK

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Raymond Lucas

Publications 

Books & Chapters:-

Books

  • Lucas, R.  2016.  Research Methods for Architecture.  London: Laurence King.

Chapters

  • Lucas, R.  2018a.  “Threshold and Temporality in Architecture: Practices of Movement in Japanese Architecture” in Bunn, S. (Ed.).  Anthropology and Beauty: from Aesthetics to Creativity.  London: Routledge.
  • Lucas, R.  2017.  “The Discipline of Tracing in Architectural Drawing.”  in Johannessen, C.M. & Van Leuuwen, T. J.  (Eds.).  The Materiality of Writing: a Trace-Making Perspective, London: Routledge. 
  • Lucas, R.  2016.  “Inscriptive Practice as Gesture”.  in Pearson, L. et al.  Drawing Futures.  London: UCL Press.  pp217-223.  open access PDF available at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-press/browse-books/drawing-futures
  • Lucas, R. 2014a. “The Sketchbook as Collection: a Phenomenology of Sketching” in Gittens, D. (Eds). Recto-Verso: Redefining the Sketchbook. Farnham: Ashgatepp 191-206
  • Lucas, R. 2014b. “Towards a Theoretical Basis for Anthropological People-Environment Studies.”in Edgerton, E., Thwaites, K., & Romice, O. (Eds.). Advances in People-Environment Studies: Human Experience in the Natural and Built Environment. Göttingen: Hogrefe Publishing. pp. 127-139. 

Presentations

  • Lucas, R.  2018.  Notations of Architectural Anthropology.  Architectural Institute of Japan, Culture & Environment Group symposium.  Tokyo Institute of Technology.  May 2018.
  • Lucas, R.  2018.  Graphic Anthropology II.  Co+Labo Radovic, Keio University, Tokyo.  May 2018.
  • Lucas, R.  2018.  Sensory Notation.  for “Multi-Sensory Approach to Ageing-friendly Design in High-Density Contexts” at National University of Singapore, School of Design & Environment.  March 2018.
  • Lucas, R.  2017.  Graphic Anthropology.  Co+Labo Radovic, Keio University, Tokyo.  May 2017.
  • Lucas, R.  2017.  Score and Script: Revisiting Nelson Goodman at Sanja Matsuri.  Invited Keynote Speaker.  14th AHRA (Architectural Humanities Research Association) International Conference: Architecture, Festival and the City.  Birmingham City University, November 2017.
  • Lucas, R.  2016.  Architecture Culture Technology: The Architectural Drawing as Narrative and Critical Act.  Invited Symposium Speaker.  University of Strathclyde.  February 2016.

  • Lucas, R. 2015. Architectural Anthropology. Architectural Institute of Japan, Culture & Environment Group inaugural symposium. Tokyo Institute of Technology. 8th May 2015.
  • Lucas, Ray. & Deane, Darren. 2015. Threshold Machines: How Sanja Matsuri makes Asakusa. Association of Social Anthropologists 2015, Exeter. Panel ‘New Directions in Anthropology, Architecture and Design’. 13th - 16th April 2015.
  • Lucas, R. 2014. The Discipline of Tracing in Architectural Drawing. Making Traces, University of Southern Denmark, Odense. 19-21 November 2014.
  • Lucas, R. 2014. Sensory Urbanism: developing design methods for all our senses in architecture and urban design. Keynote talk at EBRA 2014, Guangzhou. 7-9 November 2014.
  • Lucas, R. 2014. Revisiting the Retroactive Manifesto in Seoul. Invited speaker, Tate Liverpool: ‘Rolling Around like Gorillas on the Incline: Opening the Imaginary in Architecture and the Arts'. 23 October 2014.
  • Anusas, M. and Lucas, R. (2014) ‘Drawing Parallels: Lines of Conversation in Design and Architecture’, Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards and Ontogeny of Things, International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy (IKKM), Bauhaus University, Weimar, 2-3 July 2014.
  • Lucas, R. 2014. Architecture and Ethics in Dongdaemun Market, Seoul. ASA2014, panel ‘Virtue in the Marketplace’. University of Edinburgh. 19-22 June 2014.
  • Lucas, R. 2014. Lines of Understanding. IUAES2014, panel ‘Forging Futures’. Chiba, 15 May 2014.

Panels

  • Lucas, R. 2014. Towards an Architectural Anthropology. Three-session panel at IUAES2014, Chiba.

Workshops

  • Anthropology of Geometry 2; 2-day interdisciplinary workshop at the University of Aberdeen, Department of Social Anthropology.  January 2018.
  • Anthropology of Geometry 1; 2-day interdisciplinary workshop at the University of Manchester, Department of Architecture.  April 2017.

Exhibitions

  • November 2017.  A Graphic Anthropology of Sanja Matsuri, as part of 'Architecture, Festival and the City’ AHRA Conference exhibition curated by Maria Martinez Sanchez, Birmingham City University.
  • May 2017.  A Graphic Anthropology of Sanja Matsuri, 60 original drawings as part of 'The Unfinishing of Things’ curated by Marc Higgin, University of Aberdeen.

http://www.abdn.ac.uk/mayfestival/events/11361/

  • May 2017.  Bird Stair (after Walter Murch) Sound Installation alongside Liz Hallam's (University of Oxford) ‘Locked Rooms Experiment: a fast installation' at the Anatomy Rooms, Marischal College Aberdeen.  
  • May 2017.  What is Architecture: 50 Years of 131 Rottenrow.  One of 50 alumni of Strathclyde University’s school of architecture to celebrate 50 years of the department & building.  Exhibition of student work alongside current projects.  SWG3 Studio Warehouse, Glasgow.
  • 1st - 4th September 2015. Graphic Anthropology of Namdaemun Market, Seoul Graphic Anthropology of Sanja Matsuri, Asakusa, Tokyo. 42 original drawings exhibited as part of group exhibition curated by Elizabeth Hodson for ‘Beyond Perception 15’ at SRAC Aberdeen.
  • 2nd July 2015. A Taxonomy of Lines. Live drawing and exhibition of 24 original drawings exhibited as part of ‘Translating Entropy’ exhibition with Jennifer Clarke. Gallery Turnaround, Sendai. http://turn-around.jp/sb/log/eid452.html .

  • June 2014. Graphic Anthropology of Namdaemun Market, Seoul with Morag Fyfe (photographer). Part of ‘Speculative Ground’ exhibition, ASA2014 Conference, University of Edinburgh. 19-22 June 2014.
  • October 2014. Extracts from a Graphic Anthropology of Namdaemun Market, Seoul. 8 original Drawings exhibited as part of ‘Describing Architecture’ exhibition, City Assembly House & Powerscourt Townhouse, Dublin. http://www.describingarchitecture.com

Conference Papers

  • Lucas, R.  2016.  Inscriptive Practice as Gesture.  Drawing Futures, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London.  November 2016.
  • Lucas, R.  2017.  Notating and Drawing Movement: describing festival architecture at Sanja Matsuri.  Art and Presence, University of Southern Denmark & Faaborg Museum.  September 2017.
  • Lucas, R.  2017.  Lessons From Socially Produced Architecture: a Graphic Anthropology of Namdaemun Market, Seoul.  UIA2017 (International Union of Architects) Seoul World Architects Congress.  September 2017.  [Awarded prize for outstanding paper contribution]

Teaching

  • Drawing as Observation: Orthographic Drawing as Organised Perception. KFI Lab, University of St Andrews. 16 October 2014.
  • Knowledge Production in Architecture. MARC Workshop, Manchester School of Architecture, September-December 2014.
  • Filmic Architecture. MARC Workshop, Manchester School of Architecture, January 2014.

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Enrico Marcore Francesca Marin | Christine Moderbacher

Enrico Marcore

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Marcore, E. and Spurling, N. (2016) Grow Your Own: Space, Planning, Practice and Everyday Futures of Domestic Food Production. In: Spurling N. and Kuijer, L. (Eds) Everyday Futures. Lancaster: Institute for Social Futures. http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/everydayfutures/essay-collection/, pp.32-40
  • Marcore` E., (2015) "Le projet C.A.S.E. L’habitat temporaire dans l’après-séisme aquilain", in Cousin G., Crozat D., Lièvre M., Loiseau G., and Viala L., (eds.), Actualité de l'Habitat Temporaire. De l'habitat rêvé à l'habitat contraint, Terra HN éditions, collection SHS, 2015. pp ??
  • Marcore` E., (2015). “Nocera Umbra: diacronica di un disastro annunciato” in Saitta P., (eds.) Fukushima, Concordia e altre macerie, Firenze: EditPress, pp. 197-208. 

 Presentations

 

  • Nouveaux modes d'habiter à l'Aquilla après le tremblement de terre de 2009. Journées d’étude R.E.H.A.L.- L.I.S.S.T. University of Toulouse “Jean Jaures” (France). 28-29 May 2018.
  • SMART and ART city ”: dinámicas contemporáneas de creación de patrimonios. El caso de L’Aquila después del terremoto de 2009. O.A.C.U. University of Barcelone (Spain). 11 May 2018.
  •  "The E.V.A. “cantiere”: the making of building events" in the panel: "A geography of small things: geographies of architecture beyond the high rise". RGS-IBG AC2017, 29/08-01/09 Imperial College, London U.K.
  • "Evanescent landscapes": crisis and creativity in post-catastrophic L'Aquila”, with Raffaele Gallo. In the Panel “Dwelling in an evanescent landscape: people's strategies to deal with chronical uncertainty”. SIEF 2017 biannual meeting (Gottingen University, Germany) 26-30 Mars 2017.
  • “Self-building with straw bales after natural disasters” in the “Low-Tech VII Jornades” international meeting. EPSEB (Escola Politècnica Superior d’Edificació Barcelona). Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC). Spain. 17th-18th November 2016.
  • "Moderni neo-rurali cittadini del mondo" in the "Primitivo, Tecnologico, Cittadino" Workshop. Centro studi Città` di Orvieto, Italy. 9th-11th September 2016.
  • "The E.V.A. Project: Exploring Resilience in its Making" in the Panel "Resilience, disasters and Anthropological Knowledge", EASA 2016 Conference in Milan, Italy, 23rd July 2016.
  • "Rebuilding the future after the quake" in the "Everyday Futures" Workshop. Institute for Social Futures, Lancaster University, U.K., 14th-15th July 2016.
  • "The E.V.A.: "attentional" community building after the L'Aquila earthquake" in the panel "Social movements and local agency". ANUAC15 Biennial Conference: "Lived and imagined environments: new challenges for anthropology". Bolzano, Italy, 5 - 8 November 2015.
  • "The E.V.A. project: rebuilding the social after the quake". European Straw-Bales Gathering 2015 in Montargis. RFCP, Paris, France. 08/2015.
  • “Rebuilding by hand: past and future after the quake”. Workshop: Learning how. Training bodies, producing knowledge. Max Plank Institute for the History of Science (Berlin, Germany) 02/2015
  • “Restoring, reconstructing and reinventing localities in l’Aquila province after the 2009 earthquake”. Panel: (Re)constructing Culture. 113th A.A.A. Annual Meeting (Washington D.C., U.S.A.) 12/2014
  • “Nocera Umbra: dia-cronica di un disastro annunciato” Panel: Ethnography of disasters: history, resistances and struggles. 5th Ethnography and qualitative research conference (Bergamo, Italy) 06/2014
  • "Official reconstruction and local resilience in L’Aquila province after the 2009 earthquake”.Conference: Temporary Dwellings.ENSAM (Montpellier, France)7th – 10th October 2013.

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Francesca Marin 

Presentations

  • Cinti, A., Parma, A.M., Orensanz (Lobo) J.M., Marin, F. 26 May 2015. The Challenge of Managing Artisanal Fisheries Embedded in Protected Areas: â€¨Valdes Peninsula (Argentine Patagonia) as a Complex Commons. Communication at the Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons, Alberta, (Canada).
  • Marin, F. 10 October 2014. Observaciones Antropológicas de la Pesca Artesanal en Península Valdés. Communication at Centro Nacional Patagonico, Puerto Madryn (Argentina).
  • Marin, F. 8 April 2014. Making a non-human environment: how the eastern Patagonia became a desert. Communication at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Tampa (USA).

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Christine Moderbacher 

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Moderbacher, Christine (2016). Molenbeek? Hereinspaziert! Press Article on Molenbeek, Brussels. Online: http://isje.at/?p=1356 (Press article)
  • Moderbacher, Christine (2015). Die Lust am Film vergeht in der Zwischenzeit. In (Amt der NÖ Landesregierung Abteilung Kunst und Kultur ed.): Filmlandschaft Niederösterreich. St.Pölten 2015, p. 08:80:00:00  

Books & Chapters:-

Chapters

  • Lems, Annika/ Moderbacher Christine (2015). On Being Stuck in the wrong Life: Homelonging, Movement and the Pain of Existential immobility. In: Sabina Leoncini, Julia Schwarz, Andreas Hackl, Miriam Gutekunst (eds.): Im/mobilities and boundaries: an ethnographical approach. Transcript Verlag/ Columbia University Press 2016

 Presentations

Exhibitions

  • 20 Nov 2015 - 03 Jan 2016.  NÖ Kuturpreisträgerinnen 2015. Group Exhibition at DOK, St.Pölten, Austria
  • 11. - 22 March 2015.  'Right Here, Right Now' Group Exhibition at Newave Gallery, Aberdeen, UK

Interviews

  • 5th Mar 2016 - Interview for Radio Ö1, program: Diagonale, about Molenbeek, Brussels, Reportage from Therese Beatrix Sommersguter

 Presentations

  • 21st Oct 2016. Deconstructing a Rhinoceros! Voices from Molenbeek/Brussels. Rai Reseach in Progress, seminar series of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
  • 6th May 2016. Crafting Lives in Molenbeek. Seminar series of the LAMC - Laboratoire d´Anthropologie Contemporains. ULB Brussels
  • Homelonging, movement and the pain of immobility. International Workshop on Im/mobilites and boundaries: an ethnographic approach. Christine Moderbacher with Annika Lems (University of Bern). Institut für Volkskunde, Munich. 9th-10th July 2015.
  • “Stop your camera, it blinds me!” - When film making jeopardizes anthropological practice. Panel: Contesting Invisibilities. Practices of Resistance and Political Agency in Ethnographic Filmmaking. Annual Conference of the Swiss Ethnological Society. Institute of Social Anthropology, University of Bern. 12th - 14th November 2015.
  • Black and white Stills: catching and placing light. Laboratory convenor Christine Moderbacher (University of Aberdeen/KFI);with Annika Lems (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne). Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia, 31st July - 3rd August, 2014.
  • Heimweh/Homelonging: deportation, storytelling and the lived experience of home. Christine Moderbacher (University of Aberdeen/KFI); Annika Lems (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne). ASA Conference, Uni. of Edinburgh. 19th-22nd June 2014.

Conferences (Panels): 

  • From words to lifeworlds: reassessing the role of narratives in the context of crisis. ASA Durham 2016 (together with Annika Lems and Darcy Alexandra) 4th July 2016.

  • Urban Margins: contesting hegemonic representations of the city. EASA Milano 2016 (together with Barbara Heer, University of Basel and Sandra Staudacher, University of Basel) 21st June 2016.

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Amanda Ravetz

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Genever, K. Ravetz, A. and Douglas, A. 2015, in collaboration with Carney, M and Barraclough, J. The Drawing Paper 8.
  • The Graphic Line-‘an event in its own materialisation’ Making Traces Symposium, University of Southern Denmark, 19-21 November 2014.
  • Douglas, A. Ravetz, A. Genever, K and Siebers, J., Why Drawing Now? In Journal of Arts and Communities. eds Stephanie Knight And Chrissie Tiller. Vol 6 Issue 2-3 September 2014, pp 119 – 132. Bristol: Intellect.

 

Presentations

  • Art and Recoverism, a presentation at the Manchester launch of the 2017 Creative Health report by the All Parliamentary Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing, July 21st, 2017.
  • Co-production exploration of recovery through the arts: reflections on methodology, at Co-production research with people recovering from problem substance use, a Collaborative Centre for Values-Based Practice Advanced Seminar Series: 1ST November, 2017, St Catherine’s College, Oxford.
  • Douglas, A. and Ravetz, A. (2014) 'Does the world draw? A collision of approaches',EASA Lab at the EASA CONFERENCE Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution-innovation and continuity in an interconnected world
    Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Estonian Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, Estonia, 31st July - 3rd August, 2014
  • Douglas, A. and Ravetz, A. (2014) ‘Your Thought will Find the Contours', Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Towards and Ontogeny of Things, International Research Institute for Cultural Technologies and Media Philosophy (IKKM), Bauhaus University, Weimar, 2-3 July 2014.
  • Ravetz, A. (2014) 'Flowerman' Presentation to Panel 72, ASA Conference, Uni. of Edinburgh. 19th-22nd June 2014

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Griet Scheldeman

Publications (TBC)

 

Presentations (TBC)

 

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Jo Vergunst

Presentations

 

  • ‘Arts-led methods for fieldwork on place: two experiments in walking, memory and recording.’ Re-enactment, Replication and Reconstruction symposium, University of Leiden, The Netherlands, 12-16 June 2017.
  • ‘An anthropology and archaeology of landscape futures.’ Seminar for the Department of Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews, 7 October 2016.
  • ‘An anthropology and archaeology of landscape futures.’ Landmarks symposium, University of the Highlands and Islands, Orkney, 12-15 March 2016.
  • ‘Ethnography on foot, and the mobility of trees.’ Ethnography on Foot: Place, Practice and Documentation symposium, University of Newcastle, 15 December 2015.
  • Vergunst, J. ‘The spatial relations of imagination and skill in traditional woodwork’ New Ways of Becoming an Artisan: Digital Artefacts, Making and Empowerment. University of Aberdeen, 18 June 2015.
  •  ‘Routing landscapes, studying movement’. Seminar for the Department of Architecture, KU Leuven, Belgium, 22 April 2015.

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Judith Winter

Publications

Journal Articles:-

  • Harkness, R. Simonetti, C. and Winter, J. 2015. Parallax. Liquid Rock: Gathering, Flattening, Curing, Routledge and Taylor and Francis Online.

Presentations

  • Dessau Bauhaus Foundaiton. 7 – 9 August, 2015. ‘The World One Household’ International Summit on Domestic Affairs (speaker) ‘Beyond Domestic Revolution / Josef Albers: Untitled (clothes on a washing line)’.
  • ‘Liquid Rock’ presentation of an object to the Anthropocene Museum, with Cristian Simonetti and Judith Winter. The Anthropocene Cabinet Slam, Centre for Culture, History and the Environment, Nelson Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison,. 8-10th November 2014.
  • Nelson Institute, Centre for Culture, History and Environment, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA Nelson Institute:Anthropocene Slam Presentation with Dr Rachel Harkness and Cris Simonetti: ‘If Concretes Could Speak’. 8-10th November 2014.
  • School of Art Institute Chicago, SAIC Lived Practice, USA. 6 -8 November 2014. Contributor to a symposium that explored art and ‘life practices’ curated by Mary Jane Jacob. A Lived Practice: contributed to public panel discussion:‘PAUSE’ - attended the conference.

Workshop Participation

  • Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark. 24 – 26 June, 2015. Conference: The Human Condition: Reinventing Philosophical Anthropology (PhD Workshop).
  • Das Internationale Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie (IKKM), Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. 2 – 4 July 2014. Contributor: Sewing Lines, Growing Surfaces, Breathing Atmospheres: Toward an Ontogeny of things.

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