Skip to content

I’m very pleased to be hosting a talk by Genevieve Bell as part of the 2014 ‘Transmissions & Entanglements’ Seminar series:


Learning from the light:
the stories we tell about infrastructure and why they matter

In this talk, Dr Genevieve Bell will continue her historical explorations of early technologies and infrastructures and about the relationships between technologies as imagined and embodied. Here she is interested in the various histories of electricity’s early roll-out, and the role of social and political organizations there-in. In particular she takes a comparative approach to make sense of the various governmental, social and historical agents and mechanisms that helped moved electricity from the laboratory to the home.

Genevieve Bell is a well known anthropologist, working at the intersection of culture and technology. Australian by birth, she runs one of Intel’s premier research and development labs in the United States, and is the author of a range of works, including Divining a Digital Future, co-authored with Paul Dourish, out of MIT Press.


All welcome and registration is free.

Tickets available here

Date: Monday 3rd February
Time: 16.00 – 17.30
Location: Room LG01, New Academic Building, Goldsmiths


Genevieve Bell poster

This Post Has 0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Back To Top