Session #1 Embodied spectatorship: expériences relationnelles de la réception
The Hypothèses team has announced the first session of its programme for the 2022-2023 season. It will take place on Wednesday, October 12th at 5:30pm at La Guilde, on Sherbrooke West.
Entitled “Embodied spectatorship : expériences relationnelles de la réception,” this session will feature talked by Felicia F. Leu (PhD, UQAM) “Looking closer. Relational Spectatorship and Maria Hassabi’s “Forgotten Bodies” in STAGING (2017)” and Will Schumer (Master’s, McGill) “The Intoxicating Passions of Dutch Genre Painting.”
The session will be moderated by Dr. Chriscinda Henry, associate professor at McGill.
Hypotheses aims to spur debate beyond the institution and become a platform for discussion and reflection to encourage interactions between the academic world and the public.