FREE ONE-DAY CONFERENCE
RHYTHM AS PATTERN AND VARIATION: POLITICAL, SOCIAL & ARTISTIC INFLECTIONS
STUART HALL BUILDING, GOLDSMITHS COLLEGE
SATURDAY 23 APRIL, 9:30AM-6PM

A recent renewed interest in rhythm highlights the relevance and urgency of a reconsideration of it in relation to our methodologies and practices in the humanities and social sciences. In an effort to think of the different ways in which rhythm can be said to be an originator and organisational principle of reality, and in an attempt to take seriously rhythm’s potential in terms of methodology, this one-day free conference brings together a variety of approaches from different disciplines.
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