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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Gender and Sustainability – Introducing Feminist Environmental Humanities PhD course (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 and the multi-university platform The Posthumanities Hub, with Tema …

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MusAIc FESTIVAL 22-24 Nov, Stockholm

Warmly welcome to the MusAIc festival - three days of lectures and concerts devoted to the themes of the MUSAiC Project and beyond! Read more about this event here. How can one judge applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to music and art along dimensions of utility, economics, and ethics? How do creative AI systems affect the use …

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PH and EBL Webinar on ‘The Multispecies Triad of the American West: an artful horseback ethnography, 19th October, 13.15-15.00 CET

We are pleased to invite you all to the upcoming Posthumanities Hub and The Eco - and Bioart Lab webinar on “The Multispecies Triad of the American West: an artful horseback ethnography” with Anrea Petitt (University de Liege and Uppsala University). The event takes place on 19th October 2022 at 13:15-15:00 CET on Zoom , link for the registration https://bit.ly/3Vs8FMP Andrea Petitt is …

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Welcome Dr Isabella Pinto!

Dr. Isabella Pinto is Lerici Foundation Fellow and Guest Researcher atThe Posthumanities Hub and Tema Genus, Linköping University,Sweden, from September 2022 to November 2022. During this time,she will develop a research on the literary works of Elena Ferrante andthe toxic landscapes of Naples (Italy), through the lens of theenvironmental humanities.She is independent researcher and activist …

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Multi-sensorial Attunement between Human and Horse in Mongolia (with Natasha Fijn) 6 Oct, 13.30 – online seminar at Université de Liège

Herder and horse. Photo from: https://www.fass.uliege.be/cms/c_9224594/fr/multi-sensorial-attunement-between-human-and-horse-in-mongolia-natasha-fijn INVITATION Le LASC (Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Sociale et Culturelle) et le MEAM (Multispecies Ethnography and Artistic Methods) invitentNatasha Fijn, Director of the Mongolia Institute and ARC Future Fellow (The Australian National University) pour une présentation intitulée "Multi-sensorial Attunement between Human and Horse in Mongolia". Humans and horses are increasingly living …

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Announcement for Karen Barad upcoming virtual talk (28 Sep) On Touching the Stranger Within

Professor Karen Barad gives a virtual talk and presention Wednesday, September 28, 2022, titled On Touching the Stranger Within—Material Wonderings/Wanderings. The talk is free to attend, and it is part of a touring art exhibition called DRIFT: art and dark matter, which is currently showing at the Justina M. Barnicke gallery at the University of Toronto. Part of what makes this event so exciting is its cross-disciplinary nature, combining work in …

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InterGender PhD course “Researching Differently: Transdisciplinary challenges and postconventional methodologies in feminist inquiry”

Here comes an announcement from InterGender – International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist Research Training: InterGender – International Consortium for Interdisciplinary Feminist ResearchTraining For this course PhD students, but also advanced Master’s students are eligible to apply. Title of the Course: Researching Differently: Transdisciplinary challenges and postconventional methodologies in feminist inquiry Time: 7-8-9 December 2022Location: ZoomDeadline …

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PH & EBL Webinar: “Oceanic Humanities for the Global South”, 15th September 2022, 13:15-15:00 CEST

Welcome to The Posthumanities Hub and The Eco- and Bioart Lab Webinar “Oceanic Humanities for the Global South” with Prof. Em. Isabel Hofmeyr, Dr Charne Lavery and Dr Phindezwa Mnyaka! When: 15th September 2022, 13:15-15:00 Where: On Zoom (see registration details below) “Oceanic Humanities for the Global South” Rising sea levels, as the most visible …

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Sculpture on a Burning Planet

Online Lecture series: Sculpture on a Burning PlanetAcademy of Fine Arts, University of the Arts, Helsinki Our planet is literally burning, and our present-day Neros are certainly fiddling. Distracted by war and egotistical power struggles, our leaders do nothing to effectively slow climate change. Energy shortages caused by the war in Ukraine lead to renewed …

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MUSaiC FESTIVAL

November 22-24 Stockholm A series of lectures and concerts devoted to the themes of the MUSAiC Project and beyond! How can one judge applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to music along dimensions of utility, impact, and ethics? How do creative AI systems affect the use and worth of music in particular contexts? How can ethical considerations be folded …

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