Meaning, Memory, and Movement: Ancient and Medieval Spaces - 23-24/11/2019, Birmingham (England)
Our tripartite conference name encapsulates the broad and valuable facets of recent approaches to the study of space: spaces contain, facilitate, and organise meaning for societies, they perpetuate, (re)construct, and direct memory, and movement through and around space underpins these processes. Furthermore, the obvious opportunity for overlapping angles and approaches is indicative of the fluidity of these multifaceted constructs and the incongruity of a ‘correct’ interpretation of space.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Michael Tippet room, University Centre, University of Birmingham (Birmingham, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Ben White (University of Nottingham, M4C Researcher); Curtis Lisle (University of Birmingham, M4C Researcher); Liam Mcleod (University of Birmingham, Birmingham Doctoral Scholar); Tom Quigley (University of Manchester, NWC DTP Researcher); Chris Rouse (University of Birmingham, M4C Researcher); Ben Salisbury (University of Birmingham, M4C Researcher)
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