How Ancient Walls Begat Modern Barriers with David Frye

Event Date: Oct 09, 2019

Oct. 9, 5–6:45 p.m.
Dauer 219

How do walls—man-made and otherwise—define global-cultural limits? How do the physical/material characteristics of walls bear on/inform/reflect/etc. their religious, political, social, and economic meanings, and vice versa? How do walls mark cultural relations of infinity and finiteness, abundance and lack, presence and absence, etc.? What kinds of cultural dynamics are generated in/by walls? What kinds of cultural (self-)reflections might be delimited, inscribed, or circumscribed in/by walls?

This event is organized by the Mellon Intersections Group on Imagineering and the Technosphere.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, email humanities-center@ufl.edu or visit this page.

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