The Posthumanities Hub Seminar with Dr. Lauren LaFauci

Welcome to the Posthumanities Hub seminar with Dr. Lauren LaFauci (Linköping University, SE) on "Histories and Perceptions of Climate in Early American Literature and Culture". The event takes place on 8th April 2019 at 13:15 - 15:00 in the big seminar room at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of …

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The Posthumanities Hub Seminar with Dr. Line Henriksen (University of Copenhagen)

Welcome to The Posthumanities Hub Seminar with Dr. Line Henriksen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) on "Weird Ecologies - Stories from the Void and the Web"! The seminar takes place on 12 March 2019 at 10:15 – 12:00 in the room HYPATIA at the Department of History and Philosophy (a corridor opposite to the usual seminar …

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Who are the feminist environmental and environmental justice heroes currently MISSING from Wikipedia?

Recognizing that Wikipedia is the first point of entry for curious people everywhere, we are launching a new project to increase the representation of key environmental figures on the Wikipedia platform. We are especially interested in women, people of color, and social justice activists, as well as in terms, concepts, or key historical events in …

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8th Biennial Conference of the European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture and Environment (EASLCE): “The Garden – Ecological Paradigms of Space, History, and Community”

Join the 8th Biennial Conference of the European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture and Environment (EASLCE): "The Garden - Ecological Paradigms of Space, History, and Community" at the University of Würzburg (Germany) from September 26 -29, 2018. For more info click HERE. Early bird registration until 31st Augst!  

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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Call for Applications: Residencies at the Seed Box Environmental Humanities Collaboratory

The Seed Box now invites applications for three one-month residencies at Department of Thematic Studies, Linköping University, Sweden. We will appoint one residency for a PhD-candidate, one associate professor (or mid-career scholar) and one artist. The purpose of this call for applications is to foster the work of promising and established scholars and artists in …

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CANCELLED: Eco-Poetry Reading with Professor Ann Fisher-Wirth at KTH.

Unfortunately, this event had to be cancelled. Eco-Poetry Reading with Professor Ann Fisher-Wirth (University of Mississippi, USA) 15 May, 13.00-15.00 Teknikringen 74D, Plan 5/5th floor   American eco-poet Ann Fisher-Wirth will visit the Environmental Humanities Lab at KTH on Tuesday, 15 May, when she will read poems and show images from her most recent book, Mississippi, a collaboration with …

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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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