Entangled Temporalities


  • Hansun Hsiung Durham University
  • Laetitia Lenel Humboldt-Universität of Berlin
  • Anna-Maria Meister KIT Karlsruhe & Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max Planck Institute



Time , Entanglement, Reflexivity, Loss, Empathy, Mediation, History of Knowledge



Author Biographies

  • Hansun Hsiung, Durham University

    Hansun Hsiung works at the interstices of history of science and medicine, and media and book history. His manuscript, "Learn Anything!: Cheap Print and the Diffusion of Western Knowledge," examines the construction of “communicability” as an epistemic and infrastructural ideal through print networks between Japan and Europe ca. 1750–1900.

  • Laetitia Lenel, Humboldt-Universität of Berlin

    Laetitia Lenel is a post-doctoral fellow at the Chair of Social and Economic History of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Her dissertation on the transatlantic history of business forecasting in the twentieth century has been awarded the Humboldt Prize (2021) and the Johann Gustav Droysen Prize (2022).

  • Anna-Maria Meister, KIT Karlsruhe & Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz - Max Planck Institute

    Anna-Maria Meister is an architect and historian and currently professor for architecture theory at KIT Karlsruhe, co-director of the saai archive, and Lise Meitner Research Group Leader at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz (KHI) - Max Planck Institute. Her work focuses on the interdependencies of processes of design and the design of processes, especially regarding their political, social, and aesthetic consequences. She holds a PhD from Princeton University, a Master’s degree from Columbia University, and was a fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. She is co curator of the international research project “Radical Pedagogies” and the eponymous book (2022).






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