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  • Welcome Hannah Link, visiting researcher

    Hannah Link (PhD candidate at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz) will be staying as a visiting researcher at the Posthumanities Hub during spring 2024. Welcome Hannah! Here’s a description of Hannah’s research: My PhD project explores images of ‘the human’ in the field of robotics. I draw on both sociological practice theories and materialist feminist theories as…

  • Postdoc in Oulu now!

    Dear Colleagues, A friendly reminder that the call for our three-year postdoc position at the University of Oulu closes tonight, 29 January at 11:59pm Finnish time. The postdoc will be working on a newly launched project funded by Biodiversa+ on biodiversity loss and vegetation monitoring in Europe. We would like to hire someone well versed in issues of landscape change and environment,…

  • Ice, too, is water

    Now that much of northern Europe is covered in ice and snow, it is comforting to remind ourselves of the simple fact that ice, too, is water. What better way to keep thinking fluidity than checking out this recent discussion on the hydrosexual movement with Hub member Ewelina Jarosz. IF: Hydrosex! / About the hydrosexual…

  • Recent Webinar Recordings

    As we wind down for a bit of rest over the coming holidays, what better time to catch up on some of our most recent webinars! They are available as recordings on our YouTube channel. Enjoy!

  • Of Dogs and Sea Monsters: A Curated Webinar and Lucia Happening

    The Posthumanities Hub presents! OF DOGS & SEA MONSTERS – A CURATED WEBINAR AND LUCIA HAPPENING Wednesday, 13 December 2023 at 13.15–15.00 CETSpeakers: Paola Ruiz Moltó and Ate TervonenCurator: Ewelina JaroszHost: Cecilia Åsberg Please register for this Zoom event here! Surface, surface! This is the entourage of The Posthumanities Hub. On the Swedish Day of…

  • Macroalgae and the herbarium as speculative and multisensory storytelling practice

    Last week Caroline Elgh visited the research program Mistra Environmental Communication at SLU, the Swedish University of Agricultural Science to give the workshop Macroalgae and the herbarium as speculative and multisensory storytelling practice. Through working and thinking with five algal species and underwater science fiction literature the participants were engaged in a process of transforming the…

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