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2018-04-24

Text seminar - Fredrik Envall

Seminar - Environmental Humanities Forum
Text seminar with Fredrik Envall. The text will be distributed on the seminar maillist - if you wish to sign up to receive weekly updates, please contact Daniel Andersson.
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-04-27

GEXcel Vision Day

Internal - Tema Genus
10:00 - 15:00
Location: Karlstad
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

2018-05-07

Tema G going away

Internal - Tema Genus
Tema G visits Campus Lidingö and Carl Malmstens
10:00
Location: Campus Lidingö
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

2018-05-08

Invited guest, Christina Gerhardt - "Atlas of (Remote) Islands and Sea Level Rise"

Lecture - Environmental Humanities Forum
15:00 - 17:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-05-15

Text seminar - Emelie Fälton

Seminar - Environmental Humanities Forum
Text seminar with Emelie Fälton. The text will be distributed on the seminar maillist - if you wish to sign up to receive weekly updates, please contact Daniel Andersson.
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

Invited guest, Fiona Cameron - "Museum Collections as More-than-human things: The Case of the Green Plastic Bucket"

Lecture - Environmental Humanities Forum
Natural, cultural and social history museums are powerful pedagogical institutions at the interface of natural and cultural worlds. With long histories of collecting, documenting and preserving natural specimens and cultural artefacts, museums have promoted anthropocentric understandings of society, nature, technology and science. The Anthropocene is one response gaining traction in art practice, art, technology and history museums, directing our attention to the damaging consequences of human-centred modes of existence. The application of new cognitive frames and practices promoted through ontological and posthumanities scholarship is required in museum work that not only challenges the privileging of the human-subject but most importantly aims to “put humans back in their ecological place” - knitted together and becoming with not just biological species, but all manner of animate and inanimate things including non-human beings, entities, materials and earthly processes. This presentation settles on a melted green plastic bucket from Museum Victoria’s Black Saturday bushfire collection. The Black Saturday bushfires of 7 February 2009 was Australia’s most devastating natural disaster. Fiona uses this example to consider how we might re-orientate and reattach ourselves to a more-than-human world different from the human-subject. The aim is to consider ways we might formulate ‘ecologizing’ methods in museum collections practice to promote ways of thinking with rather than about all these things alongside ethical forms of conjoint action that acknowledge our entanglements, shared vulnerabilities and futures with not only other humans but with the more-than-human world. Fiona Cameron is a visiting professor at the Department for Studies of Social Change and Culture, Linkoping University, and a senior research fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Australia.
15:30 - 17:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-05-16

Temanämnd

Internal - Tema Genus
10:15 - 11:30
Location: Delfi
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

Work in progress seminar

Seminar - Tema Genus
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Delfi
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

2018-05-22

60% seminar - Fredrik Envall

Seminar - Environmental Humanities Forum
Opponent: Johannes Stripple (Lund University).
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-05-30

Work in progress seminar

Seminar - Tema Genus
10:15 - 12:00
Location: Delfi
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

Death Matters: Death and Dying in a Queer Context

Seminar - Tema Genus
2018-05-30 10:15 -- 2018-05-31 16:00 The 3rd International Queer Death Studies Workshop "Death Matters: Death and Dying in a Queer Context"
Location: Faros/Asklepios, House T, Campus Valla
For more info contact Marietta Radomska, e-mail marietta.radomska@liu.se.

Temanämnd

Internal - Tema Genus
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Delfi
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.

2018-06-05

Cli-fi bookclub meeting

Seminar - Environmental Humanities Forum
12:00 - 14:00
Location: TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-06-12

Gender Studies Programme Meeting

Internal - Tema Genus
Meeting for staff, student representatives and external representatives on how to develop the programme
10:15 - 12:00
Location: Lethe
For more info contact Åsa-Karin Engstrand, e-mail asa-karin.engstrand@liu.se, phone 1589.

Knowledge sharing meeting Gender Studies Master Programme

Internal - Tema Genus
Meeting to prepare for the upcoming semester. For course coordinators, involved teachers and tutors.
13:15 - 15:00
Location: TBA
For more info contact Åsa-Karin Engstrand, e-mail asa-karin.engstrand@liu.se, phone 1589.

Text seminar - Emelie Fälton & Isabelle Strömstedt

Seminar - Environmental Humanities Forum
13:15 - 15:00
Location: Faros, TEMA
For more info see https://liu.se/forskning/environmental-humanities, contact Daniel Andersson, e-mail daniel.j.andersson@liu.se, phone +4613-28 58 07.

2018-06-13

Staff meeting APT + Summer Party!!!

Internal - Tema Genus
13:15 - 15:00 Staff meeting & APT, Delfi ||| SUMMER PARTY!
10:15
Location: Delfi
For more info contact Björn Pernrud, e-mail bjorn.pernrud@liu.se.


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