Online Symposium – “Travel in a modernizing world (1700-1840): Materiality, Transformation and Representation” - Programme and Call for auditors

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Dear colleagues, 

 

We hope this finds you well. 

We are pleased to inform you that the programme for our Online Symposium  “Travel in a modernizing world (1700-1840): Materiality, Transformation and Representation” is now available  here.
The panels and discussions will be held over two half-days with a keynote address at the end of Day1.
There are a few spaces available  for auditors who are interested in the topic and would like to participate in the discussion. If you would like to attend please fill in this  Google form by July 4th, 2021.
As places are limited, we would be grateful if you would only book a place if you can definitely attend.
The live synchronous sessions will take place online via the QiQoChat platform which uses Zoom as its video meeting provider. The Symposium is supported by the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Grant Travel in Tokugawa Period Japan (1603-1868): Identity, Nation and Social Transformation and there are no registration fees.

 

Thank you and kind regards, 

Sonia Favi and Erica Baffelli