Open lecture with David Serlin
Open lecture with David Serlin, University of California San Diego, author of Replaceable You: Engineering the Body in Postwar America (2006) and Imagining Illness: Public Health and Visual Culture (2010).
David Serlin is associate professor at The Department of Communication, University of California San Diego. His research interests are: Historical and cultural approaches to disability, technology, and the politics of design; architecture, urbanism, and the built environment; material culture and museum studies; scientific and aesthetic histories of the senses, especially tactility and cognition; feminist, crip, and queer theories of embodiment and subjectivity.
The event is organized by the Nordic Network Gender, Body, Health in collaboration with Gender Studies, Stockholm University and SKOK, University of Bergen.
The lecture is a part of the project The Embodied Self, Health and Emerging Technologies: Implications for Gender and Identity, funded by NOS-HS.
23 mars 2017
Webbredaktör: Henning Brüllhoff
Sidansvarig: Institutionen för etnologi, religionshistoria och genusvetenskap