The history and mystery of psychogeography
Psychogeography is the study of the specific psychological effects inspired by the geographical environment on the emotions and behaviour of the individual. Interest in psychogeography has never been higher. The term has appeared in colour supplements, and been discussed on the radio and in television documentaries. This course begins with an explanation of the theories and practices behind psychogeography, covering its history from Roman times through to the present by way of 19th century literature, the Occult, Avant Garde Art, Philosophy, Situationism and Punk Rock.
- Cost: £140
- Credits: 10