Introduction

Entangled Temporalities

Authors

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

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55283/jhk.17017

Keywords:

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

Abstract

Abstract

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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Published

2023-11-22

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