Symposium ‘det gode liv/The Sweetness of Living’ at Barents Spektakel Festival, 20th Feb 2021!

Check out the exciting online event: det gode liv/The Sweetness of Living forming part of the Barents Spektakel festival, taking place on 17-21 February in Kirkenes, Norway. The symposium itself is scheduled on 20th February (Saturday) from 10:00 to 14:00 CET. It takes place both on location and online. In order to register, fill out …

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Apply NOW for the PhD course Gender and Sustainability: Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities, deadline 2nd November 2020.

Please circulate in your networks!How to apply? Please scroll down. About the course Gender and Sustainability: Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities This online PhD course combines critical and creative perspectives on gender and sustainability from the emerging field of environmental humanities as it overlaps with science, technology, humanities, art and feminist theory-practices. It explores postdisciplinary directions …

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Why we need feminist posthumanities for a more-than-human world

Check out the latest blog entry on feminist posthumanities and critical-creative practices of The Posthumanities Hub written by Cecilia Åsberg and Marietta Radomska, and published on the Transformative Humanities blog at Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm!

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Cecilia Åsberg and I wrote this blog entry on the need for feminist posthumanities in a more-than-human world and  critical-creative transdisciplinary practices of The Posthumanities Hub research platform. The piece is published on the Transformative Humanities blog at Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.  Check it out!

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Prof. Christine Daigle’s talk at KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm (22 October 2018)

The Posthumanities Hub has a great pleasure to welcome to KTH Royal Institute of Technology our special guest, Prof. Christine Daigle from Brock University, Canada! On 22nd October at 10:15 - 11:30 Prof. Daigle gives a talk 'Our Posthuman Vulnerability: a material feminist inquiry'.  The event takes place in the seminar room at Division of History of …

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: EASCLE Webinar on ‘Toxic Embodiment’ by Prof. Cecilia Åsberg and Dr. Marietta Radomska

Join us for the EASCLE Webinar on 'Toxic Embodiment' - for more info click HERE. Webinar: ‘Toxic Embodiment’ By Prof. Cecilia Åsberg and Dr. Marietta Radomska Sat, Aug 25th, 10:30-12:00 CEST. REGISTER HERE Existential concerns around environmental health today involve a much wider set of issues (and a wider set of bodies) as we intra-act with …

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Mini-symposium ‘Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling’: Part 4 (and last)

Image: Marietta Radomska, Archives of Lichenology  (2017) There are only three days left till the Symposium "Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling", co-organised by The Posthumanities Hub and TEMA GENUS Higher Seminar Series at Linköping University, and thus, we continue to provide you with some sneak peeks into what you'll be able to fully enjoy on 5th April …

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Mini-symposium ‘Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling’: Part 2

Image: Nina Lykke, Cliffs of Fur built of algae (2017) As the Mini-Symposium Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling approaches, we continue the presentation of our speakers (see also: Part 1). Today it is our great pleasure to introduce you to our second speaker, Prof. Nina Lykke!   Bio Nina Lykke, Professor Emerita, Gender Studies, Linköping University, Sweden. …

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Mini-symposium ‘Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling’: Part 1

Image: Still from 'Dial: C-A-R-E-T-O-D-A-N-C-E  (the first encounter) II', by Katja Aglert (2017).    Dear all, As there is only nine days left till the Symposium "Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling", co-organised by The Posthumanities Hub and TEMA GENUS Higher Seminar Series at Linköping University, we've decided to provide you with a bit of sneak peek into what …

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Feminist posthumanities is for everybody!

Human nature is not the oxymoron we imagined it to be. In this new planetary age of the Anthropocene, defined by human-induced climatic, biological, and even geological transformations, we humans are fully in nature. And nature is fully in us. This was, of course, always the case, but it is more conspicuously so now than …

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