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We didn't mean to leave you hanging, but we are back with Episode #19 and returning to our regular-ish monthly schedule. This episode features a conversation with A/Prof Shanti Sumartojo (Monash University) and our guest host Prof Andrea Witcomb (Deakin University) about affects, memory, and the the trickiness of working in a fleshy material world. Shanti's research explores how people experience their spatial surroundings, including both material and immaterial aspects, with a particular focus on the built environment, design and technology, using ethnographic methodologies. Her recent books include 'Atmospheres and the Experiential World: Theory and Methods' (with Sarah Pink) and 'Commemorating Race and Empire in the Great War Centenary' (with Ben Wellings). See: http://www.shantisumartojo.com/