How Gardens Feel: The Natural History of Sensation in Spenser and Milton

Michael Schoenfeldt, University of Michigan Lecture organized by ACCESS, the Amsterdam Centre for Cross-Disciplinary Emotions and Sensory Studies (CLUE+). Wednesday 18 April 2018 3.30 -5.00pm, drinks afterwards Location: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Main Building Room: 13A33 In this talk, Michael Schoenfeldt explores the relation between the environment and the sensation of pleasure in Spenser and Milton... Continue Reading →

Landscape and affect

The Dutch Society for the Protection of Birds has just coined a new term in the fight to ensure ecological diversity in Dutch meadows. The suffering brought about by the monotonous agrarian landscape to both human and non-human animals from now on goes by the name of 'landschapspijn' (landscape pain). They urge the next government... Continue Reading →

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