(IN)TANGIBLE HERITAGE(S): A CONFERENCE ON DESIGN, CULTURE & TECHNOLOGY – PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Dates: 15-17 June 2022
Place: Canterbury, UK
Abstracts: 30 June 2021 (early)
Organisers: University of Kent
A FOCUS ON PEDAGOGY: TEACHING, LEARNING AND RESEARCH IN THE MODERN ACADEMY
Dates: 20-22nd April, 2022
Ball State University, Beaconhouse National University, University Pretoria, University of Kassel
(IN)TANGIBLE HERITAGE(S): A conference on design, culture and technology – past, present, and future
Themes: Digital Representation | Digital Design | Technology | Heritage | Architecture | Urban Design
Disciplines: Architecture, History, Media Studies, Cultural studies, Art history, Urban design,
Publishers: Intellect Books, UCL Press
A conference considering art works, designed objects, buildings and cities as entities that raise both tangible issues of design and use, as well intangible questions of contemporary interpretation and cultural meaning. It questions how technologies of display and representation also add nuances to our notion of the ‘human created object’ and how it is ‘experienced’ today as both historic and contemporary artefact.
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A FOCUS ON PEDAGOGY: Teaching, Learning and Research in the Modern Academy
Themes: Teaching in the field, research informed teaching, the virtual ‘classroom’, pedagogy and the social sciences, interdisciplinary learning, educational theory, technology, e-learning and more.
Disciplines: Teaching & Learning, Media Studies, Social Sciences, Art, Design
Publishers: Routledge Taylor & Francis
A conference examining the emerging trends in teaching, research and learning as we move into an era of established online education. The premise of the conference is that as we begin to accommodate the radical shifts of the past year, we are also able to refocus on the issues considered important before, including our pre-established areas of research.
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