I am still thinking of (and probably we are coming to this in the next section) of place/embodiment - when, where, who? And how to bridge/interface/connect spaces/places?
And - not sure where to put it and how to formulate it precisely: the question of subjects (and probably: normativity).
Or: the need for disruptions?
How about the links between storytelling and images/imaging that come up in many of the papers?
Importance of theologies that center disability, queer, and anti-racism theories and maybe even childist approaches from the intersection of Saturday’s conversation.
Reading the papers, I see an ongoing negotiation about images of the divine and technology - at least in terms of language and metaphors.
I see an underlying dimension in anthropology in some of the papers - may be we can reframe some of our questions as aspects of a media anthropology as well…
From Michael: This connection of craft or knowledge-how and episteme/knowledge reminds me a bit of Hanna’s discussion of power and knowledge. I wonder if an emerging theme for our conversations is new paradigms of knowledge/knowing in the digital/information scape?