Vanderbilt History Seminar: Can the Submarine Speak? Recovering Histories from Below

Please join us for the Vanderbilt History Seminar’s Workshop entitled “Can the Submarine Speak? Recovering Histories from Below” on Friday, April 17, 2015, in Buttrick Hall 123.

Noon: Buffet lunch, followed by welcome address

Please RSVP for lunch here:

12:30pm: Jonathan Lamb, Vanderbilt University, “The equivocal beauty of coralline structures”

1:30pm: Amanda Herbert, Christopher Newport University, “Urban spas and urban space in the early modern British world”

2:45pm: Katharine Anderson, York University, “Underwater sights: technology, nostalgia, & disciplines in the 1920s”

3:45pm: Alistair Sponsel, Vanderbilt University, “Underwater listening and the acousmatic predicament: musique concrète, science, and safety in the 1940s”

Organized by Alistair Sponsel and Danielle Picard, Vanderbilt University

Sponsored by the Vanderbilt History Seminar and the Science Studies Seminar of the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities.