Cecilia Åsberg and I wrote this blog entry on the need for feminist posthumanities in a more-than-human world and critical-creative transdisciplinary practices of The Posthumanities Hub research platform. The piece is published on the Transformative Humanities blog at Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Check it out!
Welcome to the official re-launch of The Posthumanities Hub at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. On 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 some of the collaborating scholars – working together within The Posthumanities Hub.
Part I. Venue: Salongen, KTHB.
10.15-12.00 “Practicing posthumanities” – introductory lecture with Prof. Matthew Fuller, Goldsmiths University of London, UK and, The Posthumanities International Network. Commentary: Renée Valiquette, PhD, Nipissing University, Canada.
Welcome with Cecilia Åsberg, prof of Gender, nature, culture LiU, Founding Director The Posthumanities Hub (PH), and KTH Guest Prof of Science and technology studies of Gender and Environment, and VR-postdoc Marietta Radomska, Co-Director of The PH.
Part II. Venue: Seminar room, Division of History of Science, Technology…
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