The Posthumanities Hub
The Posthumanities Hub is a research group of Cecilia Åsberg, and a platform for postdisciplinary humanities and more-than-human humanities, for philosophy, arts and sciences informed by advanced cultural critique and some seriously humourous feminist creativity. The Hub is headed by Director Prof Cecilia Åsberg and Co-Director Dr Marietta Radomska. Read more About The Posthumanities Hub here >>
Our Points of Exit
We bring science and art into the humanities, and more-than-human humanities to the people!
The onto-methodological practices, travelling theories, networked existence and ethos of the Posthumanities Hub – where we bring the trouble “home” – can be strangely recognized in a poem from Ursula Le Guin’s book Always Coming Home. Read her poem and more on Our Points of Exit here >>
Distinguished Professor Donna Haraway – also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of The Posthumanities Hub – provides an inspiring take on the need for scholars, activists and artists to move beyond humanism, anthropocentrism or what she (and Prof. Anna Tsing) call “human exceptionalism” in this film, view on Vimeo
We proudly present our Scientific Advisory Board here >>
Our research projects have been funded by, amongst others, the European Research Council (ERC StG), Nordic Research Council for Humanities and Social Science (NOS-HS), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada (SSHRC), The Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences, and Spatial Planning (Formas), The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (Mistra), Swedish foundation for humanities and social sciences (Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, RJ), Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet). Read more here >>