Digitizing Materiality: The Materialized Body, Digitization, and Surrogacy
Join us for the second in a series of collaborative workshops. This session will showcase rare materials from the Wellcome Collection.
This workshop will explore the theme of the body and the materiality of scientific objects in the digital age in three parts, focusing on digital surrogates in collections. The three sessions address the benefits and challenges of digital surrogacy across media, spanning medieval manuscripts, early modern pop-up books, 18th-century paintings, and 19th-century wax modeling.
The Materialized Body: Aspects of Medieval and Early Modern Medical Practice and Pedagogy
Julia Nurse (Research Development Specialist, Wellcome Collection)
Digitization in the Context of Surrogacy
William Schupbach (Research Development Specialist, Wellcome Collection)
Digital Legacies of Surrogacy and Contagion
Natalie L. Mann (Research Development Specialist, Wellcome Collection)