The Posthumanities Hub Seminar Series

The Posthumanities Hub Seminars are held in the big seminar room at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH (Teknikringen 74 D, Stockholm), see program below.

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Programme for Spring 2020:

Thursday, 30 January, 13:15-15:00
A Joyful Apocalypse: Activism for the End of the Anthropocene
Professor Patricia MacCormack (Anglia Ruskin University, UK)

Wednesday, 4 March, 13:15-15:00
Climavore – How We Eat as Humans Change Climate
Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe)

Wednesday, 18 March, 10:15-12:00
Andria Nyberg Forshage (writer, poet and theorist based in Stockholm, SE)
Wibke Straube, PhD (senior lecturer, Karlstad University, SE)


Programme for Fall 2019:

Friday, 18 October, 10:15-12
Iqaluit’s Dumpcano and the Indeterminate Material Politics of Waste
Professor Myra Hird (Queen’s University, Canada)

23 October, 13:15-15:00
To Care is To Resist: Situated Perspectives on Architecture
Prof. Dr. Isabelle Doucet (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Hélène Frichot, Professor of Architecture in Critical Studies and Gender Theory (KTH, Sweden)

14 Nov, 13:15-14:30
A Roundtable Session on Teaching Environmental Humanities
With the Posthumanities Hub and Environmental Humanities Lab

Programme for Spring 2019:

Tuesday, 22 January, 10:15 – 12:00

Marietta Radomska (Linköping University and University of Helsinki, Finland)

Deterritorialising Death: Queer(ing) Methodology and Contemporary Art

The seminar is followed by the bi-annual open Posthumanities Hub organisational meeting (12:00 – 13:00), taking place in the seminar room.


Tuesday, 12 March, 10:15 – 12:00

Line Henriksen (University of Copenhagen, DK)

Weird Ecologies – stories from the void and the web

Friday, 29 March, 10:15 – 12:00 

Tom Hallock (University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, USA)

Signing Nature, Memorializing Plantations: Public Memory on the Bartram Trail

Monday, 8 April, 13:15 – 15:00

Lauren LaFauci (Linköping University)

Histories and Perceptions of Climate in Early American Literature and Culture


Tuesday – Wednesday, 14-15 May

The Open Humanities Lab Symposium



Tuesday, 4 June, 10:15 – 12:00

Camila Marambio (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia) and Nina Lykke (Linköping University)

Decolonialising Mourning Through Speculative Wonder and Unthinkable Questions? On the Selk’nam ‘Hain’ and Its Layers of Lostness

13:15 – 16:00

Nina Lykke (Linköping University), Katja Aglert (independent artist, Stockholm), Line Henriksen (University of Copenhagen), Marietta Radomska (Linköping University/University of Helsinki), Camila Marambio (Monash University) and Tara Mehrabi (Karlstad University)

Workshop ‘Becoming with Alien Encounters: Speculative Storytelling in a More-than-human World’


Wednesday, 5 June, 10:15 – 12:00

Adam Wickberg (Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment KTH)

Coloniality, Media and the Anthropocene in Early Americas