DescriptionThis one-day international colloquium aims to bring forward transdisciplinary discussion on the links between (cultural) affordances, affective tonalities, shifting politics, collective memory, and the design of architectural heritage. By entangling the perspectives of architecture, embodied and affective cognitive science, phenomenological philosophy, affective geography, and heritage and memory studies, the colloquium explores how architectural heritage and places of memory are produced, registered, and experienced.
The colloquium will bring esteemed scholars from disciplines of architecture, philosophy of cognitive science, and affective geography with the aim to discuss this emerging new field and to build new networks for future collaboration. The event is co-organized by Aleksandar Staničić, TU Delft Faculty of Architecture, and Andrea Jelić, Aalborg University Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology.
Venue: TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment
|Period||18 Oct 2019|
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review