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Vernacular modes of inquiry: artists' projects and discussions November 25 - 27, 2005
Community-University Research Alliances
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
Court House brings together four artists' projects (by Panya Clark Espinal, David Hoffos, Ernie Kroeger, and Donald Lawrence) in the context of presentations and discussions involving participants coming from such disciplines as Cultural Theory, English and Philosophy. Collectively, this research group is exploring the notion of Vernacular Modes of Artistic Inquiry: the manner in which an individual's (or a group's) localized manners of expression come to be recognized against some larger cultural or political context.
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[Thompson Rivers University]
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