Tag: Cecilia Åsberg

  • 12th New Materialisms conference at Maynooth University, Ireland

    12th New Materialisms conference at Maynooth University, Ireland

    Intersectional Materialisms: Diversity in Creative Industries, Methods and Practices Finally it is here! We are very proud to announce the upcoming 12th New Materialisms conference, held at Maynooth University in Ireland on 26–29 August 2024! Call for Papers We are delighted to announce the forthcoming 12th New Materialisms Conference on “Intersectional Materialisms: Diversity in Creative…

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  • The More-Than-Human Humanities focus series

    The More-Than-Human Humanities focus series aims to attend to human differences entangled with environmental justice, information technologies, AI, synthetic biology, surveillance systems, species extinction, and drastic ecological change. It draws attention not only to the creativity and potentiality of this reinvention of arts and humanities, but also to that which limits or wounds conditions of life on earth. It addresses the question…

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  • Group meeting The Posthumanities Hub

    Wednesday 24 May hrs 13:15-14:30 CEST over zoom Dear research group members, On Wednesday 24 May we reconvene agian for group meeting. On the agenda: to continue our check in with new research group members and hear artist in residence prof Paola Molto Ruiz present her work. Excited to see you all in this amazing…

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  • Posthumanist Horses

    November 24 Lectures and talks inspired by Tove Kjellmark’s ongoing exhibition “The horse, the robot and the immeasurable” Lecturer: Martin Olin, art historian and head of research at the National Museum and Cecilia Åsberg, professor and director at The Posthumanities Hub, Linköping University Conversation leader: Daniel Urey, process manager Färgfabriken Main hall, Färgfabriken 17.30–18.30 Opportunity…

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  • Reclaiming Futures – Storying Change Festival: a brief visual report

    Reclaiming Futures – Storying Change Festival: a brief visual report

    Reclaiming Futures: Storying Change is a FORMAS research project that explores new forms of scientific communication and telling stories about the environment through the joint work of high school students, artists, curators and researchers.   Reclaiming Futures is a modus operandi, a way to take back the futures from the past settings still shaping the world to…

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  • Join Tema Genus’s Higher Seminars!

    Welcome dear friends of the Posthumanities Hub to the Tema Genus’ Higher Seminars, the forum for scholarly conversations on and within gender studies at Linköping University! First out this brave new year of 2022, is Dr Desirée Enlund, Wednesday 9 January, hrs 13.15 -15:00 (CET) for an all-online zoom session on… ‘We will occupy until…

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  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:  Gender and Sustainability: Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities – ONLINE PhD course

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Gender and Sustainability: Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities – ONLINE PhD course

    Gender and Sustainability: Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities – FAD3115 This electable course in the doctoral program, Art, Technology and Design (7,5 credits) is an educational effort, supported by the KTH Equality Office for the integration of knowledge on gender equity in sustainable development research, provided by the KTH School of Architecture and the Built Environment…

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  • Collective Agenda: ART FOR NONHUMANS 15 November, 2021, 14-17:30 hrs

    The seminar Art For Nonhumans is the first part of a 1:1 scale live simulation organised by the postmaster course Collective Practices and Statens Konstråd, the Swedish Public Art Agency. Speakers Art Labor (Thao Nguyen Phan, Truong Cong Tung & Arlette Quynh-Anh Tran), Learning with the more-than-human research group (Alen Ksoll and Sina Ribak), Irene…

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  • ‘END OF THE SEA? ART AND SCIENCE FOR MULTISPECIES FUTURES’ WORKSHOP, 13th December 2021.

    It is our great pleasure to announce our upcoming event, hosted by The Eco- and Bioart Lab and The Posthumanities Hub, and generously supported by The Seed Box and Åke Wiberg Foundation: End of the Sea? Art and Science for Multispecies Futures Workshop takes place on 13th December 2021 at 13:15 – 17:00 – on…

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