Category: Events

  • Multispecies Contact Zones: Consumption, Conservation, and Conflict

    Workshop on 15 November 2023 The “Who Owns Nature”-team from the University of Southern Denmark and the “Sustainable Naturecultures and Multispecies Future”-group from University of Lapland warmly invite you for a collaborative workshop exploring the complex intersections between human societies and various species, addressing issues of consumption, conservation, and conflict. This interdisciplinary gathering will bring…

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  • Ungdomar sätter agendan för samtal om klimatet

    Välkommen på seminarium om forskningskommunikation! “För unga är hopp ett hårt arbete” Samtal om forskningskommunikation, medborgarhumaniora och konst som metod för integrativt lärande. Hur pratar vi klimatförändringar, artutrotning och globala orättvisor med våra ungdomar? Hur hjälper vi dem att bibehålla hoppet om framtiden i en värld som vi inte själva förstår? “För unga är hopp…

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  • Call for proposals for Alliances and Commonalities conference 2024 is open

    Stockholm University of the Arts is pleased to announce that the Call for proposals for Alliances and Commonalities conference 2024 is open. Call for proposals Open 15 September–31 October, 2023 This year, 2024, we invite artists and researchers to share embodied, sensorial, experiential, poetic and experimental ways in which friction and coexistence permeate their artistic…

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  • “Whose Reality? Sensation, Representation, and Poetics of ‘extended’ environments via Artistic Research”: a Summative Report

    From June 1 – June 2, 2023, practitioners in environmental science, digital environmental humanities, and artistic research met for the workshop, “Whose Reality? Sensation, Representation, and Poetics of ‘extended’ environments via Artistic Research” at Kungliga Konsthögskolan in Stockholm (KKH), Sweden.  Organized by Jesse Peterson (LiU) and Benjamin Gerdes (KKH), we spent the two days discussing…

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  • Resisting Toxic Climates: Gender, Colonialism, and Environment

    Wed 26 – Thu 27 Jul 2023, 09:00 – 17:30 British Academy/Wellcome Trust Conferences bring together scholars and specialists from around the world to explore themes related to health and wellbeing. Whether it’s the spectacular event of an oil spill or the scarcely perceptible pollution of micro-plastics, toxicity is central to the environmental concerns of today.…

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  • Linköping Pride

    Linköping Pride starts this week! Here is a link with a schedule of all the activities taking place this the week in East Sweden town of Linköping: https://linkoping.rfsl.se/verkehsam/pride/ At Linköping University (LiU), the Forum for Gender Studies and Equality are co-organizers of two lectures at Pride house/Main Library: May 31, at 17.00-18.00 Pride House /…

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  • HAUNTED WATERS

    Call for particapation Our friends in the Design + Posthumanism Network has asked us to share this, so of course we do. Haunted Waters: We are collecting stories, histories and material evidence from all over the world about bodies of water that are “haunted” by chemical contamination. We are now in search of people who…

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  • Mineral Matterings: Encountering Minerals through design w/ Petra Lilja

    Petra Lilja, 80% seminarMineral Matterings: Encountering Minerals through design 5th June 2023, 13:00-16:00Room E1, Konstfack and Zoom https://konstfack-se.zoom.us/j/63693025724 Doctoral student on the KTD Programme Discussant: Dr. Alexandra R. TolandDate: 5th June, 13:00 – 16:00Hybrid location: Room E1, Konstfack / Zoom https://konstfack-se.zoom.us/j/63693025724 Seminar title: Mineral Matterings: Encountering Minerals through designThis thesis problematizes an extractivist relation to…

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  • Round-table workshop On “Creative with concepts”, 11th May

    Round-table workshop On “Creative with concepts”, 11th May

    The Posthumanities Hub round-table workshop On “Creative with concepts” Speakers: Prof. Nanna Verhoeff (Utrecht University), Prof. Iris van der Tuin (Utrecht University), Dr Janna Holmstedt (Sweden’s Historical Museums), Prof. Christina Fredengren (Uppsala University), Prof. Paola Ruiz Moltó (Universitat Jaume) & Prof. Cecilia Åsberg (LiU) with friends. 11th May, 10:15-12:00 CEST, Linköping University, Temahuset, Temcas.

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