Date: 20 March 2020, 13:00 – 17:00 

Venue: Sonnenborgh Observatory, Zonnenburg 2 Utrecht 


13.00  Introduction Frank Kessler

13.10  Introduction Sonnenborgh Observatory

13.30  “On Lantern Readings” Nico de Klerk

14.00  “The Lichtbeelden Vereeniging” Jamilla Notebaard and Dulce da Rocha Gonçalves

14.45  “Challenges when analyzing magic lantern slide distribution in Belgian schools (1900-1938)” Wouter Egelmeers

15.00  Break / Visit Observatory

15.30  “Slidescapes: three Royal Geographical Society lectures by Vaughan Cornish” Dr. Emily Hayes

16.15  Questions/Plenary

16.45  End

In Sonnenborgh, a public observatory/museum in Utrecht, originally built as part of a bulwark commissioned by Emperor Charles V between 1544 and 1558, Projecting Knowledge and B-Magic members will present their current research. This  afternoon program is concluded by a lecture by Dr. Emily Hayes, the author of the recent EPVC article “Three Royal Geographical Society lantern lectures by Vaughan Cornish” and associate lecturer at Oxford Brookes University with interests in historical geography and anthropology, visual studies, and history and philosophy of science.