Jennifer Allan will be presenting her research Fog Tropes: The social and cultural history of the foghorn 1853 to the present day at Crossing Borders: Exploring the Visible and the Invisible in the Humanities Postgrad Conference at University of Stirling Arts and Humanities.
Crossing Borders: Exploring the Visible and the Invisible in the Humanities: 'This year's University of Stirling School of Arts and Humanities postgraduate conference seeks to explore the broad theme of the visible and invisible across various disciplines, and in particular the processes by which individuals, groups, influences and ideas cross between these two categories. The theme 'border crossings' could refer to either physical territorial boundaries or metaphysical symbolic and social boundaries. Boundaries are both a tangible and intangible mechanism which preserve, maintain, and legitimse authority in social, legal, political and economic terms.'
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IMAGE: Nan Bei, by Kate Downie, University of Stirling Art Collections