P18 - Chronotopes during crisis (2021)

  • Conference Panel
  • 53min

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Panel 18 - Chronotopes during crisis: a sound-image-letter correspondence

Convenors: Alastair Lomas (University of Manchester), Charlotte Hoskins (University of Oxford), Andrea Bordoli (University of Bern)

Short abstract: Do crises disrupt normative notions of the ‘chronotope’ - the spatio-temporal coordinates in a given narrative? To explore how current global phenomena are reconfiguring relations to time and space, we invite contributions of sound-image-letters as a form of experimental correspondence.

Letters:

  • 00:26 - Open call: collective letters from the conveners

  • 04:14 - Gerrit Stollbrock Trujillo, Ocaso/ocasión: letters from twilight

  • 09:54 - Van Bui, I once dreamt that I was a peacock

  • 11:34 - Maria Casas, Time Flies

  • 16:21 - Jeferson Scabio, Carro de som: noise for Ágatha

  • 20:43 - Charlotte Hoskins, Nice yellow Ones

  • 23:52 - Anna Joos Lindberg, NOTHING SEEMS TO US CHANGED

  • 26:02 - Panayiotis Achniotis, Voice Message

  • 30:16 - José Sherwood, (Per)sniffed Letters: Mi Chatito Mocoso

  • 31:28 - Eza Doortmont, Vaumm van Der Zomer [Vacuum of the summer]

  • 35:00 - Max Bloching, Unwritten Letters

  • 38:55 - Hirohisa Fukuda and Juan Castrillòn, Read letters and asynchronous perspectives

  • 48:22 - Saada Elabed, The Crises of Birth: A Sound-image-letter to our child

A live discussion with the contributors will take place on Zoom on Friday 19 March, 16:00 - 16:50 UTC. Find the papers’ abstracts and a link to join the live discussion here.

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