Field Research – Science and Art

Course (Fachwissenschaftliches Seminar)
Summer 2014

This course focuses on methods and practices of field research in science(s) and art from history to present. Special attention is dedicated not only to the specific disciplinary approaches (biology, anthropology, ethnology, cultural anthroplogy, social sciences, art and art education), but especially to the potentials and problems of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work.

The seminar includes on-site visits, field studies and additional guest lectures, as well as two project-related extensions: A project week with guests from the dept. for cultural anthroplogy, University of Basel; see also the WORKSHOP:FORUM VISUAL CULTURE at www.visuelle-kultur.info) and the Interdisciplinary Goethe-Lab "Urban Green in Motion&uot; (see ibid.)

The course description is so far available in German only.
Thank you for your kind understanding.

Summer 2014
Field Research – Science and Art
S (2 SWS) — Tue 12-14 p.m. — Room: 206 and on-site*
FW I / FW II / L2-KU-M4 / L5-KU-M4 / L3-KU-M5 / L3-KU-M6 / L3-KU-M9 (3 CP)
BANF M6 (3CPs)
* includes on-site visits and exkursions.

projects: Biotope City Frankfurt, Into the Greens, MAPPING THE (IN)VISIBLE CITY

tags: anthropology, art & public, art & science, audio, biology, biosciences, city, communication, cultural studies, everyday cultures, geography, green, history, history of science, invisibility, knowledge cultures, mapping, material culture, media, mobility, representation, sociology, space, spaces & places, stories & histories, tools, topography, urban cultures, visual culture