Working Papers - Fall 2006

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Wednesday, October 25
PhD, Art History and Communications, McGill University
Post Doctoral Fellow, York University
Theatre and the Spoken Character of Montréal

As an assemblage of audio-visual, textual and oral materialities, theatre is immersed in this complex multilingual field, continually contributing to, interposing, and enframing the circulation of the city’s languages.

Wednesday, November 8
PhD candidate in Communication & Culture
Photoblogging the city – revealing and collecting everyday life

This paper examines the phenomenon of urban photoblogging in the context of Lefebvre’s notion of the everyday. The work of Toronto artist ADAM K. is featured.

Wednesday, November 29
Presenter: ADA WONG
PhD candidate in Communication & Culture
Imagining Identity: The Transient-Orient & China’s Lost Daughters

This talk explores the multiple narratives of China’s ‘lost daughters’ in terms that challenge traditional delineations of geography (as transient), history (as lived experience), and identity (as imagining).

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Visible City: Project + Archive is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of CanadaCanada Research Chairs, York Research, Ontario Innovation Trust, and the Canada Foundation for Innovation. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.