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Kristin Asdal participates in a debate on research dissemination, organized by the University of Oslo and Nytt norsk tidsskrift.
Kristin Asdal and Hilde Reinertsen comment on the political impact of a report on the future of Norwegian fish farming.
The Little Tools project organized a workshop on the sea and its economies on March 9th – 10th in Kabelvåg, Lofoten
The Norwegian Research Council has a limited understanding of the role of research in society, writes Kristin Asdal in the Norwegian business newspaper Dagens Næringsliv.
Kristin Asdal speaking at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, 15:00 on February 15th
The edited volume 'Humans, Animals and Biopolitics: The More-than-Human Condition' has been reviewed favourably in the journal cultural geographies.
Within the LittleTools project, you may find interesting, fun and relevant ideas for master theses about science, politics, the economy, and the environment - with a special focus on oceans, fish, and aquaculture.
The Little Tools team convened on Lysebu to discuss current projects and plan for the future.
The Little Tools project is now recruiting a new postdoc with background from STS, valuation studies, economic history or economic sociology.
Kristin Asdal has published an essay in Klassekampen on politics as work.
Kristin Asdal on the concept of valuation in the newly published anthology New Big Science in Focus.
In a new journal article, Kristin Asdal and Bård Hobæk suggest a new way to analyze parliaments: As sites in which the little tools of paperwork and parliamentary procedures enable political issues to be assembled and even be transformed.
TIK's ERC Starting Grant project Little Tools welcomes three new research assistants onboard.
Two new positions have been announced in the Little Tools project:
- One PhD Research Fellow - see announcement here
- One Postdoctoral Fellow - see announcement here
Application deadline for both positions is 30 November 2015
Kristin Asdal has published a new article: "Enacting values from the sea. On innovation devices, value practices and the co-modifications of markets and bodies in aquaculture". This is the first publication from from the framework of the Little Tools project, and can be found in the new volume Value Practices in the Life Sciences and Medicine on Oxford University Press, edited by Isabelle Dussauge, Claes-Fredrik Helgesson and Francis Lee. A preview of the first pages can be read here
Professor Kristin Asdal at TIK has received funding for a five year research project on the new bioeconomy
This news article was originally published in Norwegian in February 2015, written by Amalie Kvame Holm.