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Libraries Lecture Series
The University of Kansas Libraries has announced the fall
speakers for the Libraries Lecture Series. The series highlights the
breadth of interdisciplinary research and creative work found on an
expansive range of topics across campus. The fall 2014 series
features five eminent KU scholars:
Dr. Steven Duval and Rebecca
September 18, 2014 |3:30 p.m. |Watson Three
Thinking through: Practice-led research, interdisciplinarity and road
Dr. Steven Duval, post-doctoral researcher for the ARC initiative,
and Rebecca Blocksome, art editor at Spencer Museum of Art, will
discuss the history of practice-led research, the role of hybrid
practices in collaborative research and their work with the Spencer
Museum of Art’s ARC (Arts-Research-Collaboration) initiative.
Artists and curators have been making work for years that has
produced knowledge, but how does this knowledge turn into what
we would traditionally call research? This talk will revolve around
this question and coincides with the Watson Library exhibition,
“art+science: Collaborative research at the University of Kansas.”
Foundation Distinguished Professor
Chris Beard and Post-Doctoral
Researcher Pauline Coster
October 16, 2014 |3:30 p.m. |Watson Three West
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