Postdigital Intimacies Symposium
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Wednesday 20 March 2019
11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Digital culture has radically changed how we relate to ourselves and others, shaping intimate moments and mediating the spaces between public and private realms of life.This exploratory series understands these as ‘postdigital’ in that they change real, physical lived experience, rather than existing wholly in the digital. Defined in this way, Postdigital Intimacies addresses important issues in how we make sense of our minds, bodies, relationships and emotional worlds.
Dr Amber Martin-Woodhead
Lecturer in Human Geography, Coventry University. ‘Sex Shops and Erotic Boutiques: Geographies of Sex-Product Retailing in Contemporary England’
Dr Simon Goodman
Research Fellow for the Centre of Innovative Research Across the Life Course, Coventry University. ‘How a photograph of a drowned refugee child turned a migrant crisis into a refugee crisis’
Dr Kaitlynn Mendes
Associate Professor in Media and Communication, University of Leicester. ‘Digitized disclosures of sexual violence: Curating postdigital intimacies in contemporary times’
Silvia Diaz Fernandez
PhD candidate, Centre for Postdigital Cultures ‘Lad Culture as a Sticky Atmosphere: Navigating Sexism and Misogyny in the Student-Centred Nighttime Economy’
For enquiries please contact Esme Spurling