Phipps-Langlois Geography Seminars - Shared screen with speaker view
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Sardar Asad Younas
hello everyone Good morning
is the mic far away? A bit difficult to hear and understand at this moment. Thanks
Is that any better?
Great - thanks!
For those of you on Zoom, feel free to post questions here and I can ask them for you. Luke
question for marc brousseauThank you so much for this presentation. I'm a humanist by training, with a specialization in cultural studies, and I teach in the uO Dept. of Communication, but I'm also enrolled as an MSc student in geography, where I'm working to sharpen my scientific tools to inform my work which, at its heart, is rooted in the humanities.(Also, thank you for choosing an open access publisher. I share the same preference -- I've published three open access books -- and I will download your book as soon as it's available.)I'm curious about the place of hermeneutics in literary geography. Paul Ricoeur, for instance, takes the hermeneutic tools he develops and applies them to architecture (in "Architecture et narrativité" among other places), in ways that have been taken up by urban geographers to talk about cityscapes. He seems to provide a clear link between literature and geography, but I don't have a sense of how widely his work has been taken up. Do you have a sense of the role hermeneut
That got cut off -- the last part is supposed to say, Do you have a sense of the role of hermeneutics in literary geography? Does it have a place in the tournant relationnel you describe in your final slide, for instance? Ricoeur, for instance, is very clear about the event-like nature of the act of reading.
Thanks Kyle - I put your question up on the screen for Marc to read (but it doesn't show on the Zoom call)
Thank you! I'd love to chat more some time.
Thank you so much for your presentation and also Dr Copland.
Thank you for the presentation!