Seeking affect in the snowfields: a useful addition to heritage practice?

Premiership Room A, Melbourne Cricket Ground 07/10/2016 4:20 pm - 4:30 pm

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Michelle Stevenson

Affective and embodied understandings of heritage places encourage practitioners to think in new ways about the relationship between place and people. Here I share my initial discoveries on the practicalities and usefulness of engaging with concepts of affect and embodiment as part of our heritage practice.