Forum GSAH 2024

In the course of a PhD we use diverse technologies of sense-making – in the hope that our research can make sense in troubled times. But our research settings also offer specific sensory experiences: We hear, see, touch, feel, taste, smell, balance – in the museum depot, the archive, or in the café as we interview our informants. Developing sensory literacy in interaction with our research objects is an essential part of our heuristic processes.

29 May, 15:00–18:00, Research Pool Walter Benjamin Kolleg