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Theorie-Lesezirkel on "Rituals and Embodied Knowledge"

The Lesezirkel will meet online on January 06. This time the discussion will focus on the article "Why Robots Can’t Haka: Skilled Performance and Embodied Knowledge in the Māori Haka" by McArthur Mingon and John Sutton zu diskutieren. Registration is required.

News from Dec 15, 2020

Due to the current situation, the Lesezirkel will use the online platform Zoom for discussion. After registration, all participants will receive the link to the online conference room by e-mail one hour before the meeting starts.

Literature:

mandatory:

  • McArthur Mingon & John Sutton (forthcoming): "Why Robots Can’t Haka: Skilled Performance and Embodied Knowledge in the Māori Haka" In: Synthese.

optional:

  • Alexander Schwan (2017): "'Beyoncé is Not the Worst Copycat:' The Politics of Copying in Dance":Corinna Forberg & Philipp W. Stockhammer (Hrsg.),The Transformative Power of the Copy: A Transcultural and Interdisciplinary Approach, S. 149–165.

Contact:

For registration please contact Alexander Veling (alexander.veling@berliner-antike-kolleg.org) or Georg Cyrus (gcyrus@zedat.fu-berlin.de).

Time & Location:

Jan 06, 2021 | 06:00 - 08:00 PM

Online via Zoom

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