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UCR’s Jessie Fyfe will be presenting in the CRASSH seminar series 'The Alchemical Landscape’ on February 27th, 5pm

last modified Feb 01, 2018 10:05 AM

Jessie will present her paper 'Topographia and Topothesia: Memory and Testimony in a Croatian Landscape' on February 27th, 5pm, Seminar room SG2, Alison Richard Building. All are welcome to attend!

This is part of the CRASSH seminar series 'The Alchemical Landscape', which is a collaboration between the Faculty of English and the Department of Land Economy. It has two intersecting points of focus: the artistic representation of landscape as an uncanny if not haunted space, and the use of comparable ‘spectral’ language to speak about matters of environment, property and value.

A link to the programme can be viewed at: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/programmes/alchemical-landscape

Jessie will also present a paper on the virtualisation of material mediums of social memory at the 'Reflections on the Aftermaths of War and Genocide Symposium: Memorialisation Unmoored' conference, at Yale University on March 8-9th.