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100 HOURS FORUM

Check out the conversation that was had on Twitter during the 100 Hours Forum: The Conversation

 

The Programme – 20.06.14
Haldane Room, North Cloisters, UCL

10.45 Welcoming remarks from UCL’s Provost, Michael Arthur

10.50 Welcoming remarks from Lisa Jardine, Director of CHIRP

10.55 Introducing 100 Hours – Leonie Hannan and Kate Smith


 

11.00 Session 1 (10 minute paper presentations followed by discussion)
Paper 1: Elin Jones (Geography, Queen Mary University of London)
The Nineteenth-Century Photographic Album and Archaeologies of Knowledge

Paper 2: Mat Paskins (Science & Technology Studies, UCL)
Meteorites are Potent Things to Think With

Paper 3: Leonie Hannan (History and Museums & Collections, UCL)
The Object & the Archive: Tracing the singular amongst the multitude

Paper 4: Sarah Longair (History, British Museum)
Dealing with Absences: Fleshing out the story of the Grant Museum’s dodo bones

Chair: Margot Finn (History, UCL)
Respondent 1: William Tullett (History, King’s College London)
Respondent 2: Kaori O’Connor (Anthropology, UCL)

13.30 Session 2 (10 minute paper presentations followed by discussion)

Paper 1: James Paz (English, Leeds)
On ‘Really’ Old Things: How to look without knowing

Paper 2: Florian Roithmayr (Slade School of Art & Anthropology, UCL)
The Assistants and the Schoolmaster

Paper 3: Emily Orr (History of Design, Royal College of Art/V&A)
Surface Appeal of a Nupe Stool

Paper 4: Kate Smith (History, UCL)
The Silent Whistle: Exploring repertoires of connection

Chair: Catherine Richardson (English, Kent)
Respondent 1: Sophie Waring (History & Philosophy of Science, Cambridge)
Respondent 2: Simon Werrett (Science & Technology Studies, UCL)

15.30 Session 3 (10 minute paper presentations followed by discussion)

Paper 1: Katy Barrett (Curator of Art, Royal Museums Greenwich)
Galton’s Weather Matters

Paper 2: Juliette Kristensen (Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths)
The Object and … and … and … and …

Paper 3: Tullia Giersberg (English, King’s College London)
Fields of View: The Death of Seneca in Material Perspective

Paper 4: Liz Haines (Geography, Royal Holloway University of London)
Re-Materialising Visuality

Chair: Sandip Hazareesingh (History, Open University)
Respondent 1: Grace Lees-Maffei (Design History, Hertfordshire)
Respondent 2: Sarah Wilkes (Anthropology, UCL)


17:00 Panel Discussion
Alice Barnaby (English, Bedfordshire), Felix Driver (Geography, Royal Holloway) , Haidy Geismar (Anthropology, UCL), Giorgio Riello (History, Warwick).

Chair: Alex Marr (History of Art, Cambridge)

 

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