Gjesteforelesninger og seminarer
Archaeological Friday seminar with Søren Handberg and Signe Barfoed from the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Dr. Cat Jarman
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Per Ditlef Fredriksen, professor ved Institutt for arkeologi, konservering og historie, Universitetet i Oslo.
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Julie Lund, førsteamanuensis i arkeologi ved Institutt for arkeologi, konservering og historie, Universitetet i Oslo
In this talk, professor of design history Dr. Kjetil Fallan, explores design interventions at, and in the wake of, the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm 1972. What can design activism tell us about the conference's influence on future political decision-making? Or about the development of environmental thinking and ecologically informed design ideology in Scandinavia?
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Julia K. Kotthaus, magasinforvalter ved De Schreinerske samlinger.
In this talk, Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Lesley Green, will draw on current Anthropocene scholarship in the environmental humanities and social sciences to suggest four approaches to strengthening trans-disciplinarity engagement between social and natural sciences.
How has our understandings of relations between soil, plants, and fungi have changed over time? In this lecture, professor of anthropology Dr. Michael J. Hathaway will explore the role of fungal mycelium in engaging the soil matrix.
The environment is having a massive impact on music, changing what music is and how it comes to be, not just what it is about or how it sounds. In this lecture, Dr. Kyle Devine, professor of musicology at UiO, presents the nuances in this Great Recomposition, and the importance of overriding our defaults.
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Steinunn J Kristjánsdóttir, professor i arkeologi ved Háskóli Íslands.
Arkeologisk fredagsseminar med Maria C. Gatto fra the Polish Academy of Sciences.
In this lecture, the Medical Humanities and the Environmental Humanities meet. Associate Professor Eben Kirksey from the Alfred Deakin Institute at Deakin University, Australia, will introduce us to the "virosphere".
Seminar with Torgeir Rinke Bangstad, researcher at University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway
Seminar with Dr. Anna Mossolova, University of Aberdeen
Seminar with Elizabeth Robson, University of Stirling
Seminar with Elisabeth Aslesen, University of Oslo
Seminar with Dr. Peter Whithridge, professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland
Seminar with Dr. Caroline Owman, University of Umeå
Seminar with Dr. Melanie Giles, senior lecturer at the University of Manchester
Seminar with Katherine Burlingame, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oslo
Seminar with Drs. Natalia and Matthew Magnani, associate professors at the University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway
What happens when people bring their environmental complaints to a body gathered in the name of the world? In this lecture Dr. Cheryl Lousley, professor of English and Interdisciplinary Studies at Lakehead University, Canada, discusses the World Commission on Environment and Development's public hearings.
Seminar med Vibeke Maria Viestad, postdoktor ved IAKH, Universitetet i Oslo
Seminar med Isak Roalkvam, PhD-stipendiat i arkeologi ved IAKH
Bowhead whales have been known to three groups along the Bering Strait over the past two centuries: Indigenous Yupik and Inupiaq whalers, capitalist commercial whalers, and communist industrial whalers. This talk by Dr. Bathsheba R. Demuth, explores how each of these groups imagined different normative relationships with whales and how these ideas shaped interactions between human hunters and whales, and the whales’ own adaptions.