"Prediction, Death & Memory: Numbers - Spaces - Text" is a joint project by Sibylle and Makrina from the AlumNode Community. Join the interdisciplinary symposium to discuss how we perceive, construct and represent death and memory in our daily lives.



Prediction, Death & Memory: Numbers - Spaces - Text

Free and interdisciplinary symposium: November 2, 2021 (online)


Check out this very interdisciplinary symposium organized by community members Makrina Agaoglou & Sibylle Erle as part of their AlumNode funded project 2021.Please join and help support the community!


About the Project

This interdisciplinary symposium forms part of our research project Perceptions of Death in Collective Memory: Numbers | Spaces | Texts. It brings together speakers from a range of disciplines, including mathematics, architecture, social and policy sciences, arts and literature to share and discuss from the perspective of their practice and research, how as a society we perceive, construct and represent death and memory in our daily lives.

The symposium is structured to explore our perception of death from three different angles.


This is a free online symposium taking place on November 2, 2021 from 1-5 pm (CET)/ 2-6 pm (GMT), hosted by Bishop Grosseteste University, UK.

Register here