Tim Edensor

Le séminaire de recherche du CSI « Fragilités » accueillera

Tim Edensor

Maintaining, Restoring, Neglecting and Disposing: the changing values of Melbourne’s building stone


Tim Edensor teaches cultural geography at Manchester Metropolitan University. His work has focused on national identity, tourism, ruins and urban materiality (he notably studied practices of built heritage restoration), and recently on mobility and landscapes of illumination and darkness. His book From Light to Dark: Daylight, Illumination and Gloom was published in 2017 by Minnesota University Press.


Date: June 26, 2018

The research seminar « Fragility » is held once a month on Tuesday 11 am-1 pm, at Mines ParisTech, room St Jacques, 60 bd St Michel 75006 Paris.

2018 seminar programme (and audio recording of the previous sessions)

Contact : Jérôme Denis, David Pontille ou Antoine Hennion


Photo credit: Council for European Studies


NB: the session with Fernando Domìnguez Rubio initially scheduled for June 5, 2018 had to be cancelled and is postponed to next season.