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Kristin Asdal gives the opening talk at the first workshop of the Norwegian-Russian network, held at the Norwegian University Centre St. Petersburg.
Kristin Asdal was recently invited to give a public lecture in Trondheim, at the the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, NTNU.
Kristin Asdal co-organized a ph.d-course on critique and anti-critique with Nina Boy, at the Peace Research Institute of Oslo (PRIO).
Kristin Asdal and Tone Huse give their paper ’Meaty Matter: Doing Seafood Diplomacy’ at the 12. Annual International Ethnography Symposium.
At the third Nordic STS-conference in Gothenburg Kristin Asdal, Hilde Reinertsen and Bård Hobæk give the paper "The Little Tools of Large Scale Visions: Seeing Like a Firm".
At the third Nordic STS-Conference in May 31 - June 2, Kristin Asdal and Bård Hobæk gave the paper "Parliamentary procedure and the objectivity of science: Re-reading Max Weber".
Kristin Asdal will today give a lecture in the series Vienna STS talks with the title "Valuations and its problems: How economists value the environment".
Join us for a hands-on lecture and workshop on digital methods!
Kristin Asdal speaks on Valuations and its problems in the STIS Seminar series at University of Edinburgh
Thomas Lemke visits the Little Tools Project for a seminar on new materialism in social and political theory, discussing Jane Bennett's vitalist notion of 'enchanted materialism'.
On the occasion of the new book, Humans, animals and biopolitics: the more-than-human condition, the Little Tools Project organizes the workshop "Versions of biopolitics/Versions of Foucault".
Kristin Asdal, professor ved TIK senter for teknologi, innovasjon og kultur, om hvordan analysere offentlige dokumenter.
During this year's 4S conference, the Little Tools team will co-organize a full-day open panel on valuation studies.
Documents are everywhere. Yet despite their persistent presence, they are often disregarded as irrelevant, dusty, and dull. This workshop takes a fundamentally different approach by considering documents as lively research objects in their own right.
Matthew Hull visits TIK and the Little Tools Project to present his ongoing research on the reshaping of lines of authority and police practice in India.
How do parliaments help transform the cases and issues they are handling? This was the topic of a paper given by Kristin Asdal last week.
As the first invited speaker in the Little Tools seminar series, professor Claes-Fredrik Helgesson will introduce valuography, a programme of empirically oriented research into the enacting, ordering, and displacing of values.
Kristin Asdal will be presenting the paper "How economists care for the environment:the little tools of valuation in office work" at the "Valuation and Evaluation" workshop in Paris, 9-10 December.
At the upcoming annual 4S Meeting in Denver, Colorado 11-14 November, Kristin Asdal will be chairing the session "Valuations I: Machineries", and presenting the paper: "Re-timing the Atlantic cod: Biocapitalization and the little tools of valuation and timing in aquaculture". Both are part of a full-day track on valuation, on Friday 13 November.
The Little Tools project co-organized a full-day track on valuation studies during the international 4S conference in Denver in November 2015.
Talk by Kristin Asdal in the Franfurt Kitchen STS group at Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt.
Kristin Asdal gives a lecture entitled "Assembling Work: Following politics around in parliament" at the Department of Sociology, Goethe University, Franfurt am Main.