Our Delegates

Anuparna Mukherjee (ANU) on “Memory’s gold”: Nostalgia’s time and the search of a lost “


Hannah Quinlivan (ANU) on Spatio-temporal drawing and rhythmanalysis: A practice-led intervention in three-parts




Xuebo Wang (a.r.t.e.s) on Poetics of slowness: Thomas Bernhard’s narrative strategies of deceleration in Walking and Old Masters


Roman Gilmintinov (EUSP) on “Mass reader” or “future historian”? History-writing in the Soviet Union in 1920s


Helena Phillips-Robins (Cambridge) on Song and liturgical time in Dante’s Divine Comedy


Enid Guenes (a.r.t.e.s) on “Frozen in time”: Timelessness as a strategy and a paradigmatic
trap among Kenya’s hunting and gathering communities


Rob Paton (ANU) on The mutability of time and space as a means of healing history in an
Australian aboriginal community


Rhys Jones (Cambridge) on Temporal claustrophobia at the Continental Congress, 1774-1776


Natasha Tanna (Cambridge) on Queer temporalities and the collapse of chronology




Maria Gumerova (EUSP) on Annulment of weekend: Soviet reform of the social time


Lilith Apostel (a.r.t.e.s) on Nighttime: The impact of sleep and dreaming on ideas of the
netherworld before 1500 BC



Fredeliza Campos Piper (ANU): Ati-Atihan music and the discordant levity of time in a public space



Moritz von Stetten (a.r.t.e.s) on Postcolonialism and the temporality of excess


Revd Robert Evans (Cambridge) on Time, history and faith in early medieval Germany


Timofey Rakov (EUSP) on Time and the Bolshevik party meeting


Julia Brown (ANU) on Temporality and self-as-being in the course of treatment of chronic schizophrenia



Paul Merchant (Cambridge) on Time’s fractured interior: Niles Attalah’s Lucia (2010)




Francesca Valentini (a.r.t.e.s) on Time-based media art and the paradox of the book



Hannah Quinlivan’s Spatialisations: an installation in the courtyard of Pembroke College