Bodies of Knowledge Working Group—The Human Colony: Symbiogenesis and Sympoiesis in the Works of Konstantin Merezhkovskii and Alexander Bogdanov
Mieka Erley, Colgate University
October 7, 2021 · 12:00 pm—1:20 pm · Zoom
Humanities Council; Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
The Humanities Council sponsors the Bodies of Knowledge Working Group whose purpose is to engage faculty, staff, and graduate students in questions around embodiment from a wide range of viewpoints including the medical humanities, disability studies, art history and aesthetics, and environmental studies in the Anthropocene. In particular, the group hopes to foster intellectual partnerships with those within and beyond the humanities who share a critical interest in exploring and expanding the multidisciplinary conversations surrounding bodies, their environs, and their representations.
This semester, Bodies of Knowledge will hold its meeting via Zoom. The first, on October 7 at noon, is
The Human Colony: Symbiogenesis and Sympoiesis in the Works of Konstantin Merezhkovskii and Alexander Bogdanov
Mieka Erley (Colgate University)
Register here to join.
If you would like to be included in the list of participants, are interested in presenting your work-in-progress, or have any programming inquiries, please contact Elena Fratto (Slavic Languages and Literatures) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Arbel Griner (Princeton School of Public and International Affairs) at email@example.com.