Tardy Presents: Embodied agency in the ‘documental’ poetry of Benjamin Péret and Antonio Porchia

24 February 2019
(Article co-authored with Gys-Walt van Egdom, published in Literature as Document. Eds. Sarah Bonciarelli et al. Pp. 133-148) In this paper, we examine an often overlooked literary tradition, which came to see the act of writing as a way of documenting ‘pure’ embodied agency.
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Tardy Presents: Embodied agency in the ‘documental’ poetry of Benjamin Péret and Antonio Porchia

24 February 2019
(Article co-authored with Gys-Walt van Egdom, published in Literature as Document. Eds. Sarah Bonciarelli et al. Pp. 133-148) In this paper, we examine an often overlooked literary tradition, which came to see the act of writing as a way of documenting ‘pure’ embodied agency.
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Tardy Presents: Embodied agency in the ‘documental’ poetry of Benjamin Péret and Antonio Porchia

24 February 2019
(Article co-authored with Gys-Walt van Egdom, published in Literature as Document. Eds. Sarah Bonciarelli et al. Pp. 133-148) In this paper, we examine an often overlooked literary tradition, which came to see the act of writing as a way of documenting ‘pure’ embodied agency.
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Jacques Lusseyran, entre cécité et lumière

04 January 2019
La première étude consacrée à la vie et l’œuvre exceptionnelles de Jacques Lusseyran vient de paraître aux Éditions Rue d’Ulm.
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Jacques Lusseyran, entre cécité et lumière

04 January 2019
La première étude consacrée à la vie et l’œuvre exceptionnelles de Jacques Lusseyran vient de paraître aux Éditions Rue d’Ulm.
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Jacques Lusseyran, entre cécité et lumière

04 January 2019
La première étude consacrée à la vie et l’œuvre exceptionnelles de Jacques Lusseyran vient de paraître aux Éditions Rue d’Ulm.
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Dancing Beyond Sight: How blindness shakes up the senses of dance

14 September 2018
(Article published in Disability Studies Quarterly, vol. 38 no. 3)   In this essay I argue that blindness offers up a most fruitful perspective through which to rethink the visualist aesthetics of dance.
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Dancing Beyond Sight: How blindness shakes up the senses of dance

14 September 2018
(Article published in Disability Studies Quarterly, vol. 38 no. 3)   In this essay I argue that blindness offers up a most fruitful perspective through which to rethink the visualist aesthetics of dance.
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Dancing Beyond Sight: How blindness shakes up the senses of dance

14 September 2018
(Article published in Disability Studies Quarterly, vol. 38 no. 3)   In this essay I argue that blindness offers up a most fruitful perspective through which to rethink the visualist aesthetics of dance.
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Encuentros con la (a)normalidad: los cuerpos (in)tocables de Pablo Palacio

29 January 2018
(Artículo publicado en Cuerpos ilegales. Ed. Nanne Timmer. Pp. 231-259) Al estudiar la obra de Pablo Palacio, analizo el vínculo estrecho entre el tacto y la constitución normalizadora del sujeto moderno.
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Encuentros con la (a)normalidad: los cuerpos (in)tocables de Pablo Palacio

29 January 2018
(Artículo publicado en Cuerpos ilegales. Ed. Nanne Timmer. Pp. 231-259) Al estudiar la obra de Pablo Palacio, analizo el vínculo estrecho entre el tacto y la constitución normalizadora del sujeto moderno.
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Encuentros con la (a)normalidad: los cuerpos (in)tocables de Pablo Palacio

29 January 2018
(Artículo publicado en Cuerpos ilegales. Ed. Nanne Timmer. Pp. 231-259) Al estudiar la obra de Pablo Palacio, analizo el vínculo estrecho entre el tacto y la constitución normalizadora del sujeto moderno.
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Sonic Boundary Objects: Negotiating disability, technology, and simulation

10 November 2016
(Article co-authored with Florian Grond, published in Digital Creativity: health and wellbeing, pp. 1-17) In this article, we discuss the use of binaural sound recordings as a tool to negotiate between blind and sighted experiences of an urban soundscape.
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Sonic Boundary Objects: Negotiating disability, technology, and simulation

10 November 2016
(Article co-authored with Florian Grond, published in Digital Creativity: health and wellbeing, pp. 1-17) In this article, we discuss the use of binaural sound recordings as a tool to negotiate between blind and sighted experiences of an urban soundscape.
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Sonic Boundary Objects: Negotiating disability, technology, and simulation

10 November 2016
(Article co-authored with Florian Grond, published in Digital Creativity: health and wellbeing, pp. 1-17) In this article, we discuss the use of binaural sound recordings as a tool to negotiate between blind and sighted experiences of an urban soundscape.
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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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