Nettsider med emneord «IKOS» - Side 4

Sky, people, rain, bird, globe and many more things. Illustration.
Publisert 21. feb. 2020 18:43

How to better understand predicaments of environmental uncertainty? Felix Riede, Professor of Climate Change Archaeology and Environmental Humanities and OSEH Professor II, presents the 'palaeoenvironmental humanities' and its prospects to open up new interpretive and comparative terrain for the examination of human-climate relations.

maize, corn, close-up
Publisert 29. apr. 2020 18:21

How might diverse ways of knowing, including indigenous knowledges, the humanities and the arts, be more influential in the environmental decision-making that shapes our world? Ecologist, philosopher and political scientist Fern Wickson talks on the value and challenges of inter- and transdisciplinary approaches to research.

Image may contain: Strategy video game, Games, Screenshot, Pc game.
Publisert 1. sep. 2020 09:38

Do videogames help us engage with climate change and the nonhuman timescale of the Anthropocene? Or do they reflect exactly the kind of expansionist, techno-utopian logic that got us into this crisis in the first place? Most likely, the truth is somewhere in the middle.

Image may contain: Body of water, Sky, Sea, Ocean, Blue.
Publisert 28. sep. 2020 09:58

What does it mean to listen to the ending of a world that has always already ended? How can we attend to what has been there but heard elsewhere, by someone else, that may not be ours to hear?  This week, geographer and sound artist Anja Kanngieser will introduce Climates of Listening, an ongoing conversation and collaboration with predominantly women, queer and transgender people in the Pacific.

Image may contain: Logo, Font, Graphic design, Sky, Graphics.
Publisert 5. nov. 2020 09:19

The Oslo School of Environmental Humanities started in spring 2019 with the aim of facilitating and strengthening humanistic research on the environmental crisis that crosses disciplines and creatively respond to the environmental and social challenges of our time. Here is a recap of the first 12 months of OSEH and the initiative's activities.

 
Two modern windmills in a rural landscape
Publisert 18. mars 2019 16:30

Are we preventing climate change by large-scale environmental destruction? Jon Erik Finnvold (NOVA, OsloMet) talks on the contestations of wind power investments in Southern Norway.  

 Map of Iceland, first published in 1570, showing the volcano Hekla
Publisert 8. nov. 2019 11:26

Can musical aesthetics register the turbulence of living together with volcanoes? Tore Størvold talks about geosociality and the ecocritical analysis of Icelandic music.

Image may contain: Nature, Organism, Natural landscape, Terrestrial animal, Adaptation.
Publisert 18. jan. 2021 10:45

Surveillance is increasingly used to sate the public’s curiosity for a window into the ‘secret lives of wild animals’. Citizens can now track their local wildlife through trail cameras connected to their smartphone, and they can follow live data streams offering minute-by-minute close-ups of wildlife nests 24/7. In this talk, Erica von Essen, Ph. D. and researcher at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, asks: what does this digitalization of wildlife mean for human-wildlife relations? 

Image may contain: Style, Monochrome, Uniform, Headgear, Cap.
Publisert 18. jan. 2021 10:47

In this webinar, Barbara Bramanti, associate professor of Physical Anthropology at the University of Ferrara, Italy, will present some of the major outcomes of a multidisciplinary ERC-research project (“MedPlag: The medieval plagues: ecology, transmission modalities and routes of the infections”), and reconsider dynamics behind pandemics.

Image may contain: Head, Eye, Dog breed, Dog, Carnivore.
Publisert 14. mars 2021 18:53

What does the recovery of large carnivores in Norway tell us about the nature of conflict and coexistence? John Linnell, senior scientist at the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, offers his perspectives.

A collage of different books on climate fiction written by norwegian authors
Publisert 21. aug. 2019 10:56

Why is climate fiction so blue, and what is it good for? We have invited Sissel Furuseth to talk about how anthropogenic climate change is orchestrated in contemporary Norwegian fiction.

illustration, people, walking, gear, suitcases, commission
Publisert 29. apr. 2020 17:13

How can material approaches contribute new insights on the history and present of infectious diseases in a climate perspective? Senior curator and historian Ageliki Lefkaditou will explore the case of malaria with the help of a series of museum objects being prepared for display in an exhibition on climate change.