Framework Strategy

Taking a broad multidisciplinary approach and drawing on a range of contexts and methods­—such as literary criticism, cultural history, philosophy, science, technology and health history—we organized our framework around several themes. The themes were designed in a way that brought together expertise on texts, material objects, and peoples that illuminated cultural practice in relation to local and global contexts.

Workshop 1: Scottish and European Literary Exchanges and Identity Formation

Workshop 2: Exchanges Between Producers, Performers, and Consumers of Culture

Workshop 3: Networks of Philosophy, Technology, Science and Health

Claude Monet’s The Gare Saint-Lazare, 1877. Claude Monet / Public domain (Wikimedia Commons)