Le toucher de la lumière: la vue intérieure de Lusseyran entre phénoménologie et mystique

03 July 2016
(Intervention lors du colloque 'Jacques Lusseyran (1924-1971) entre cécité et lumière. Regards croisés' tenu à la Fondation Singer-Polignac, Paris)
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Le toucher de la lumière: la vue intérieure de Lusseyran entre phénoménologie et mystique

03 July 2016
(Intervention lors du colloque 'Jacques Lusseyran (1924-1971) entre cécité et lumière. Regards croisés' tenu à la Fondation Singer-Polignac, Paris)
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Le toucher de la lumière: la vue intérieure de Lusseyran entre phénoménologie et mystique

03 July 2016
(Intervention lors du colloque 'Jacques Lusseyran (1924-1971) entre cécité et lumière. Regards croisés' tenu à la Fondation Singer-Polignac, Paris)
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Senses and (dis)ability: a creative reorganization

02 December 2015
(Interview published in Concordia NOW) On December 11, Concordia postdoctoral fellow Piet Devos will discuss his research at a public seminar.
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Senses and (dis)ability: a creative reorganization

02 December 2015
(Interview published in Concordia NOW) On December 11, Concordia postdoctoral fellow Piet Devos will discuss his research at a public seminar.
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Senses and (dis)ability: a creative reorganization

02 December 2015
(Interview published in Concordia NOW) On December 11, Concordia postdoctoral fellow Piet Devos will discuss his research at a public seminar.
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The recumbent speaks: the disabled subject and literary creation (1900-1950)

28 October 2015
(Lecture VIII in the History of Disability Lecture Series, KU Leuven) In a 1926 essay, Virginia Woolf argued that the ‘recumbent’ ill body should no longer be neglected in literature.
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The recumbent speaks: the disabled subject and literary creation (1900-1950)

28 October 2015
(Lecture VIII in the History of Disability Lecture Series, KU Leuven) In a 1926 essay, Virginia Woolf argued that the ‘recumbent’ ill body should no longer be neglected in literature.
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The recumbent speaks: the disabled subject and literary creation (1900-1950)

28 October 2015
(Lecture VIII in the History of Disability Lecture Series, KU Leuven) In a 1926 essay, Virginia Woolf argued that the ‘recumbent’ ill body should no longer be neglected in literature.
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Touched by Surrealism: reflections on a new sensory approach to literature

20 December 2014
(Article published in RELIEF 8.2 2014) In this paper, I discuss a new sensory approach to literature. Literature might be studied in order to trace the perceptual effects of cultural, political and technological transformations.
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Touched by Surrealism: reflections on a new sensory approach to literature

20 December 2014
(Article published in RELIEF 8.2 2014) In this paper, I discuss a new sensory approach to literature. Literature might be studied in order to trace the perceptual effects of cultural, political and technological transformations.
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Touched by Surrealism: reflections on a new sensory approach to literature

20 December 2014
(Article published in RELIEF 8.2 2014) In this paper, I discuss a new sensory approach to literature. Literature might be studied in order to trace the perceptual effects of cultural, political and technological transformations.
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Re-imagining perception from a disabled perspective

20 November 2014
(TEDx talk Stadsschouwburg, Groningen) “How is it possible that braille is completely white when printed, when the description can be so extremely colorful? Literature of any kind can create such a vivid picture and might also reactive earlier memories.”
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Re-imagining perception from a disabled perspective

20 November 2014
(TEDx talk Stadsschouwburg, Groningen) “How is it possible that braille is completely white when printed, when the description can be so extremely colorful? Literature of any kind can create such a vivid picture and might also reactive earlier memories.”
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Re-imagining perception from a disabled perspective

20 November 2014
(TEDx talk Stadsschouwburg, Groningen) “How is it possible that braille is completely white when printed, when the description can be so extremely colorful? Literature of any kind can create such a vivid picture and might also reactive earlier memories.”
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‘Estamos en el ciclo de los nervios’: las imágenes electrificadas de Huidobro y la reconsideración científica de la visión

01 December 2012
(Ponencia publicada en las Actas del congreso ‘Imágenes y realismos en América Latina’, Universidad de Leiden) En varios manifiestos el vanguardista chileno Vicente Huidobro (1893-1948) comparó la imagen poética con una 'chispa' eléctrica y el poema con una batería cargada.
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‘Estamos en el ciclo de los nervios’: las imágenes electrificadas de Huidobro y la reconsideración científica de la visión

01 December 2012
(Ponencia publicada en las Actas del congreso ‘Imágenes y realismos en América Latina’, Universidad de Leiden) En varios manifiestos el vanguardista chileno Vicente Huidobro (1893-1948) comparó la imagen poética con una 'chispa' eléctrica y el poema con una batería cargada.
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‘Estamos en el ciclo de los nervios’: las imágenes electrificadas de Huidobro y la reconsideración científica de la visión

01 December 2012
(Ponencia publicada en las Actas del congreso ‘Imágenes y realismos en América Latina’, Universidad de Leiden) En varios manifiestos el vanguardista chileno Vicente Huidobro (1893-1948) comparó la imagen poética con una 'chispa' eléctrica y el poema con una batería cargada.
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