Are You the new Professor (chair) of Gender Studies at Utrecht University?

VACANCY - JOB ALERT! Chair (Full Professor) in Gender Studies (1.0 FTE) Utrecht University, the Netherlands The Faculty of Humanities is looking for a new chair in Gender Studies with a strong, recognised international reputation, whose outstanding qualifications in research and teaching are reflected in an interdisciplinary vision of the field. The chair can articulate …

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SPLINTERED REALITIES: RIXC Art Science Festival 2022

Exciting! Check out SPLINTERED REALITIES: RIXC Art Science Festival 2022!

Marietta Radomska

CALL for Conference Proposals is OPEN!

Deadline for submissions – August 15, 2022

APPLY NOW! Please send your submissions (short abstract and bio) via openconf system online: https://renewablefutures2022.rixc.lv/openconf.php

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SPLINTERED REALITIES

The 5th RENEWABLE FUTURES Conference (Hybrid / Virtual) in the framework of RIXC Art Science Festival 2022

October 6 – 8, 2022

Riga, Latvia / virtually from Liepaja, Karlsruhe, Oslo http://rixc.org

“An ecology of the virtual is .. just as pressing as ecologies of the visible…

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The Science Fiction Research Association Conference 2022 “Futures from the Margin” Oslo June 27-July 1

Check out the Co-Futures research group at Oslo University, and the 2022 SFRA Conference. "What do futures look like from the margins? The 2022 SFRA Conference is dedicated to visions of human futures that center and foreground the issues of those from the margins, including Indigenous groups, ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities, and any people …

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Join us in a Midsummer Fertility Ceremony for Bladderwrack – an Invitation from (P)Art of the Biomass

During calm nights in May and June, and synched by the full moon, bladderwrack releases its eggs and sperms. If you want to pay tribute to the forests of the sea and help bladderwrack reproduce, especially in the Baltic Sea, you can help it find new homes. You don’t need to erect an underwater Midsummer …

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Humus economicus – Launching a four-year art and research project!

We're happy to announce that The Posthumanities Hub researcher Dr. Janna Holmstedt has received a four-year research grant from Formas, a Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development for Humus economicus: Soil Blindness and the Value of “Dirt” in Urbanized Landscapes. This art and research project inquiries into the value and future of soil in urbanized …

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Environmental Justice Resources Online!

The Environment & Society Portal team, together with alumni fellows Malcom Ferdinand, Rob Gioielli, and our new RCC editor Kristy Henderson, created the new site Environmental Justice Resources Online, in order to highlight digital resources related to environmental justice and environmental racism. Please circulate widely! As with their site Pandemics in Context, the Environment & …

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Invasive Plantimacies? Queering Kinship. The Posthumanism Research Network Presents Dr. Catriona Sandilands

Following a long line of queer and feminist thinkers who have taken up intimacy as a key terrain of biopolitical struggle, this talk will explore possibilities for living intimately with plants, and especially so-called “invasive” plants, as an important invitation to rethinking ecological relationships in and for the [M]Anthropocene.The talk will focus on mulberries in …

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The Kelp Congress, Lofoten International Art Festival (LIAF), Norway

Digermulen, photo:Janna Holmstedt We are here! Cecilia Åsberg, Marietta Radomska and Janna Holmstedt are taking part in three different research strands in various locations in Lofoten, 16-20 Sep, called Coast, Line (navigated by Futurefarmers), Kelp Diagram Collective (navigated by Sabine Popp) and Kelp Curing (navigated by Sarah Blissett). These will be followed by a three-day …

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State of the Art Network: video report and follow-up

You might recall our involvement in the State of the Art Network meeting and seminar, organised last October by The Independent AIR in collaboration with Bioart Society, The Posthumanities Hub and Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology? Finally, the video recordings from a 3-day long event are posted online and if you didn't have a chance …

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