This presentation will consider the issue of presence: beginning with an interactive activity to demonstrate the strange ways in which we communicate (or don’t) online, we will then explore the findings of a recent two-stage redevelopment of programme provision (first a contraction in physical time and space; then, in response to the pandemic, a shift online). Finally, we will consider how stranger (and estranging) theoretical frameworks – specifically Derrida’s “hauntology” (Specters of Marx 1994) – can help us appreciate and make effective use of the productive weirdness of virtual presence as we move beyond emergency provision.
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A recording of this session is available from https://eu.bbcollab.com/recording/7301ad0523a5447dac36dd7e73acbe96
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