Participants share their diverse perspectives on “Embodiment”

The diversity of those involved in delivering the seminar Researching Embodiment in Digital Environments, (14th March 2013 ) was mirrored by the diversity of the participants attending the day, who ranged from artists to psychologists, from film theorists to linguists. Discussion was lively and characterised by an abundance of exciting ideas that all beg further exploration. Below are contributions from participants explaining the relationship between embodiment and their particular research contexts;

Victoria Grace Walden – Embodiment and Non-Historical Realist Holocaust Films

James Booth – Embodiment and Academic Socialisation via New Social Media

Penny Lancaster – Think with your hands

Agnieszka Knas – Embodiment in text-messages

Cécile Chevalier – Rendezvous & Untitled#21

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