LECTURE – The sixth session of the season 20/21 of Hypotheses will take place on Wednesday March 10 at 5 p.m on Zoom
Entitled “Corps silencieux : Resounding Performances” this session will feature lectures by Raphaël Ouellet (MA, UQAM) “Noise, corps et technologie : du chaos au contact,” and Ashley Raghubir (MA, Concordia) “Black Interiority and Contemporary Pantomime in the Work of Artist Steffani Jemison.” The session will be chaired by Analays Alvarez Hernandez (UdeM)
Hypotheses is a bilingual lecture series by and for graduate students in the history of art, with the aim of stimulating and disseminating emerging research in the discipline. Each session provides a platform for two panelists for a conference of approximately 20 minutes each, followed by a period of questions and discussions mediated by a session chair.
Hypotheses hopes to spur debates beyond institutional markings, with the goal of providing a platform for discussion and reflection, while encouraging interactions between the academic world, the museum and the general public.
For more information : http://conferences-hypotheses.org/