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Brad Bartlett

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InterTwine is an annual conference where researchers, practitioners and educators come together to learn, debate and exchange ideas pertaining to anthropological linguistics. Held at the British Museum, in collaboration with the British Library.

The graphic approach explores the interconnected nature of language and culture, how certain words are woven into the fabrics of society. Though we may share universal concepts like life, death, mother, or love, our perception of such ideas are largely influenced by past practices and the culture we identify with.

The theme for this year’s conference is time. How has timekeeping evolved throughout history? What do those methods tell us about how differently we may experience time? What are time structures? Why are they so important to our understanding of time?

The website offers the conference schedule in two different ways to give the user an experiential perspective of strict and cyclical time structures.