Slow seminar no. 13

The theme for the January seminar is “moving through the landscape.”

2014.12.15 | Mia Korsbæk

Date Thu 08 Jan
Time 14:00 17:00
Location building 1451, room 515, Jens Chr. Skous vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C

As you prepare for the winter break, it is time to think ahead to January.  We have a new set of readings to discuss on 8 January, 2015. The seminar will take place in building 1451, room 515, Jens Chr. Skous vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C, from 14-17.

 

The theme for the January seminar is “moving through the landscape.”  Our readings for that seminar are as follows: 

 

Ingold, The Perception of the Environment, Section II: Dwelling

 

De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, Chapter "Walking the City”

 

Leibenberg, L.  The Art of Tracking, Chapters 3 and 4.

 

Turnbull, D. 2001.  Maps, Narratives and Trails: Performativity, Hodology and Distributed Knowledges in Complex Adaptive Systems – an Approach to Emergent Mapping.  Geographical Research.

 

Stamps J (1995). Motor learning and the value of familiar space.  Am Nat 146(1): 41-58.

Collett M, Collett TS (2002). Memory use in insect visual navigation.  Nature Rev Neurosci 3: 542-552.

Sueur, C. Deneubourg, J-L. 2011.  Self-Organization in Primates: Understanding the rules underlying collective movements..  Int. J. Primatial. 32, 1413-1432.

 

Meredith Root-Bernstein has generously compiled and scanned these readings for us (send e-mail to etnomiak@cas.au.dk to get them). Meredith will introduce them during the January seminar.