Tema Q-seminariet

Q-seminariet är en mötesplats för aktuell forskning inom kultur och samhälle. 

Q-seminariet organiseras av forskningsmiljön Tema kultur och samhälle i samarbete med Forum för form, estetik och gestaltning. Seminariet innehåller både arbets- och forskarutbildningsseminarier med texter av forskningsmiljöns egna medarbetare, och presentationer av externa gäster.

Seminarierna hålls vanligtvis onsdagar 13-15 eller torsdagar 13-15 varannan vecka. Med några få undantag för interna arbetsseminarier är seminarierna öppna för alla som är intresserade. 

Alla seminarier under hösten 2022 hålls i hybridläge: på Zoom (kontakta Daniela Dahl för länk) och på plats i Tvärsnittet (KH557, Kopparhammaren 7, Campus Norrköping) om inget annan anges. För Tema Q-seminariet gäller akademisk kvart. 

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1 september: Diskussion om Polina Ignatovas ERC-ansökan: FISK: Fish Sentience Knowledge

Klockan 13:15-15

Kontakt: Polina Ignatova

KOMPASS-seminarium

 

12-13 september: Symposium on Contemporary Issues in Global Studies: Intellectual Property, Technology, Culture and Health

Tid och plats: Arbetets museum, Folksamsalen, Norrköping.

Welcome to the 2022 Symposium on Contemporary Issues in Global Studies, a collaborative project between the department of Culture and Society at Linköping University and the project PASSIM, focusing on intellectual property and Global health.

Se programmet här (PDF).

Kontakt: Marc Stuhldreier och Martin Fredriksson

PASSIM och Globala studier

 

29 september: Cultural infrastructure(s): The practice of knowledge

Tid och plats: 13.00-18.00 (med efterföljande mingel), Kopparhammaren 7, plan 3, Campus Norrköping

The concept of infrastructure is used widely to discuss various forms of underlying resource provision in a range of domains. Although often applied to particular spaces, built objects and technical systems, there is increasing emphasis on analysis and advocacy of ‘soft’ as well as ‘hard’ infrastructure. Indeed, this distinction tends to dissolve when it is applied to the many ways in which situated, networked knowledge reflexively conditions and is realised in practice. In the domain of what we call cultural infrastructure, it is the knowledge embedded and emergent in cultural production and consumption that is vital to many areas of research relating to socio-cultural policy, cultural institution building, cultural practices, and so on. This Symposium, the latest in the long-established collaboration between Western Sydney University’s Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) and its host, Linköping University’s TemaQ, brings researchers from Australia and Sweden together to exchange knowledge and ideas addressing the dynamic relationships between cultural infrastructure, knowledge regimes, communities of practice, and the politics of cultural provision.

Seminarium tillsammans med Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University.

Kontakt: Martin Fredriksson

 

13 oktober: Slutseminarium

Klockan 13-15 i Tvärsnittet

Isabelle Strömstedt

 

28 oktober: Slutseminarium

Klockan 13-15 i Tvärsnittet

Olga Zabalueva

 

10 november: Seminarium

Klockan 13-15 i Tvärsnittet

Diskussion om Marc Stuhldreiers artikel.

Kontakt: Marc Stuhldreier

 

15 december: Ansökningsseminarium

Klockan 13-15 i Tvärsnittet

Seminarium om forskningsansökan.

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Våren 2022

Historiska seminariet: Historieundervisning på kulturhistoriska muséer: Gymnasisters möten med muséers materiella samlingar

Historiska seminariet: Madeleine Larsson. Utkast ur avhandlingen med den preliminära titel Historieundervisning på kulturhistoriska muséer: Gymnasisters möten med muséers materiella samlingar.


Textseminarium: “Witnessing the Suffering of Others in Watercolor and Pencil: Jadwiga Simon-Pietkiewicz’s Holocaust Art Exhibited in Sweden, 1945-46”.

Textseminarium, Victoria Martinez: “Witnessing the Suffering of Others in Watercolor and Pencil: Jadwiga Simon-Pietkiewicz’s Holocaust Art Exhibited in Sweden, 1945-46”.


Seminarium: “State secrets and compromises with capitalism: Lev Theremin and Intellectual Property in the Soviet Union”.

Seminarium, Johanna Dahlin: “State secrets and compromises with capitalism: Lev Theremin and Intellectual Property in the Soviet Union”.


Seminarium: "Images, computation and machinic intelligibility".

LiU-Humanities seminarium: "Images, computation and machinic intelligibility".

Gäster: M. Beatrice Fazi (School of Media, Arts and Humanities at the University of Sussex) och Geoff Cox (Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (CSNI) at London South Bank University and at Aarhus University).


Disputation: ”From Fossil to Fact: The Denisova Discovery as Science in Action”.

Disputation, Mattis Karlsson, ”From Fossil to Fact: The Denisova Discovery as Science in Action”.

Opponent: Staffan Bergwik, professor vid Stockholms universitet.


Seminarium

Seminarium, Marc Stuhldreier.


60%-seminarium

Sofie Lindeberg (OBS! Campus Valla).


Seminarium

Seminarium, Eva Hemmungs Wirtén.


Seminarium

Seminarium, Johan Larson Lindal.


60%-seminarium

Daniela Dahl.


Seminarieserie: "Bridging Research Praxes across Pluralities of Knowledge".

Tema Q + COMPASS seminarieserie "Bridging Research Praxes across Pluralities of Knowledge". Läs mer om konferensen här.


60%-seminarium

Pontus Larsen (Campus Valla).


Seminarium

Seminarium, Per Möller.


Seminarium om teoretiska ramverk

Victoria Martinez & Johan Lindal.


PM seminarium

Jesper Alkarp, Mansi Kashatria, Sebastian Rozenberg.


Seminarium: "David Unaipon as inventor: Decolonising stories of innovation and patent"

Seminarium med Kathy Bowrey, professor vid juridiska fakulteten, UNSW, Sydney. Läs mer i inbjudan (engelska) (PDF).

"David Unaipon as inventor: Decolonising stories of innovation and patent"

David Unaipon descendant Kym Kropinyeri lived with his uncle David Unaipon, an Aboriginal man described as the Australian Leonardo Da Vinci and featured on the $50 note. Mr Kropinyeri approached Professor Bowrey with doubts and questions about standard accounts of the inventor’s life and in particular, about his much celebrated 1909 shearing patent. Why did Unaipon fail to benefit from this patent or indeed from any of his other numerous inventions? The family understood that the shearing invention was taken by Cooper Engineering/Sunbeam without recompense.

This research was based upon a Research Fellowship at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Australia and as a Visiting Scholar at the State Library of New South Wales. It draws upon archival material about mechanical sheep-shearing, Cooper Engineering and patent office files, moving from a conventional account of technological innovation that link the story of stand-alone objects to exceptional individuals, to better connect Unaipon’s invention to Aboriginal accounts of survival and opportunity.