Dr. Tara Mehrabi’s Talk at KTH Royal Insitute of Technology Stockholm (6th November)

The Posthumanities Hub has a great pleasure to welcome to KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm our guest, Dr. Tara Mehrabi (University of Turku, FI/Karlstad University, SE). On 6th November Dr. Mehrabi gives a talk on "Queer Ecologies of Death" at KTH. OBS!!! The event takes place in the seminar room at Division of History …

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Re-launch of The Posthumanities Hub at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, 28th May 2018!

Welcome to the official re-launch of The Posthumanities Hub that takes place on 28th May 2018 at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden! For a pdf version of the programme, see here. Meet the Posthumanities Hub! The program of this day represents a smorgasbord of the many projects and activities – and of course …

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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 3

Image source: Chuck Tingle’s Complete Guide to the Void (2017) Dear all, There are only a few 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 also continue to provide you with some sneak peeks into what you'll be able to …

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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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What’s Up at the Hub?

Here we  share with you news and updates on new jobs, visiting scholars at the Posthumanities Hub, various events, seminars, and workshops that are organized by the Hub or its mothership, Tema Genus (the Gender Studies at the interdisciplinary department of TEMA, at Linköping University, Sweden). News Our warmest congratulations on their great success to the amazing Marietta Radomska and Lisa Linden, both …

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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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