Ewha Institute for the Humanities and Institute of Body & Culture of Konkuk University held the second collaborative academic conference on Oct. 30. The conference was divided into two sessions, the ‘The COVID-19 era, the new body’ and the ‘Science and politics in crisis.’ In the first session, presentations including ‘Techno-feminism and Corporeality’ were made. In the second session, presentations including ‘Thermodynamic Politics to Survive Pandemics: Margaret Atwood's The Year of the Flood’ were made. In addition, each session featured a discussion.
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