Research seminars

2011-12:
23 November 2011:
‘Representing science in the French Nuclear Age’
Yves Gilonne (French)
February 2012:
‘Science in three dimensions: Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams’
Chris Johnson (French)
May 2012:
Arthur Piper (Culture, Film and Media)
2010-11:
16 February 2011:
‘The Cold War in Biology’
John Marks (French)
24 November 2010:
‘Nanotechnology’s histories of the future’
Arthur Piper (Culture, Film and Media)
2009-10:
19 May 2010:
‘Architecture, Technology and the Body: From the prehuman to the posthuman’
Jonathan Hale (Built Environment)
12 March 2010:
‘French Cybernetics’
Chris Johnson (French)
(French Department research seminar)

2014-15:

26 November 2014:
‘Time and Revolution in Early Soviet Literature’
Rolf Hellebust (Russian)

2013-14:

6 November 2013:
‘The idea of the interface: from Norman Mailer to Norbert Wiener’
Chris Johnson (French)

11 December 2013:
‘The Cognitive Life of (Buildings and) Things’
Jonathan Hale (Architecture and Built Environment)

26 March 2014:
‘What’s on the SLAB? – Building a Simple Living Artificial Brain’
Noah Russell (Engineering)

18 June 2014:
‘Identical identities: clone stories’
John Marks (French)

2011-12:

22 February 2012:
‘Representing science in the French Nuclear Age’
Yves Gilonne (French)

21 March 2012:
‘Science in three dimensions: Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams’
Chris Johnson (French)

2010-11:

16 February 2011:
‘The Cold War in Biology’
John Marks (French)

24 November 2010:
‘Nanotechnology’s histories of the future’
Arthur Piper (Culture, Film and Media)

2009-10

19 May 2010:
‘Architecture, Technology and the Body: From the prehuman to the posthuman’
Jonathan Hale (Built Environment)

12 March 2010:
‘French Cybernetics’
Chris Johnson (French)
(French Department research seminar)

2008-09:

11 February 2009:
‘Science Fiction Movie Trailers of the 1950s’
Chris Johnson (French)

2007-08:

13 June 2008:
‘Technology and Tragedy in Martin Heidegger’
Neal Curtis (Centre for Critical Theory)

28 May 2008:
‘Manufacturing perception: Visualising nano/visions of nano’
Brigitte Nerlich (Institute for Science and Society)

14 May 2008:
‘Eccentric Information: Theatricality and Astonishment
in Postwar American Automata’
Bernard Geoghegan (Northwestern University)

30 April 2008:
‘Cybernetics and the Space Age’
Chris Johnson (French)

12 March 2008:
‘Experiencing the brain’
Arthur Piper (Centre for Critical Theory)

2006-07:

7 November 2006:
‘Hearing the Unhearable: Auditory Technologies’
Don Ihde (Stony Brook)

2005-06:

16 November 2005:
‘Imagining Technologies’
Don Ihde (Stony Brook)

2004-05:

1 June 2005:
‘I you we, Robot’
Chris Johnson (French)

16 March 2005:
‘François Jacob: DNA, bricolage and Meccano’
John Marks (Nottingham Trent)

1 December 2004:
‘Rethinking technology in architectural theory’
Jonathan Hale (Built Environment)

3 November 2004:
‘What’s political about the posthuman?’
Sujatha Raman (IGBIS)