Hidden Present, Visible Absent in the City of Dreams: Assembling the Collective Imagination

  title={Hidden Present, Visible Absent in the City of Dreams: Assembling the Collective Imagination},
  author={P. Rhodes and D. Mihalits and K. L{\"a}ttman and Natalie Rodax and S. Hornung and Anne Bryde Chistensen and Johanna Degen and Victoria Sch{\"u}ttengruber and Martine Tchitchih{\'e} and Shifa Haq and Anna-Eva Nebowsky and Tuuli Pern and E. Schraube and Veronica Botelho},
  journal={Human Arenas},
This paper serves as a collaborative auto-ethnography of psychological researchers, engaged in a unique encounter with each other and with the streets, artefacts, history and ghosts of Vienna, the City of Dreams. This small international and interdisciplinary group engaged in four pre-planned exercises in this city, each geared towards developing the sensitivity of researchers to notions of embodied introspection. Participants were asked to recollect and diarise their internal dialogue and… Expand
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