Remembrance of Things Past
Professor Carol Tulloch in conversation with Professor Oriana Baddeley.
In a world where the digital and the virtual dominate what are the characteristics of an object that resist translation into other mediums?
In what ways does the reality of an object function not just as a ‘Proustian’ trigger to memory but as a mechanism for a new understanding of the world?
How do geography and history impact on such histories of things?