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The ERC Little Tools team is organising a workshop to explore relations across economics, economy and the bioeconomy. The event will start with an open programme from 09.00 to 15.00 on October 14.
UiO:Life Science and the convergence environment COMPARE organise a workshop on immunology, including perspectives from the social sciences with a focus on Responsible Research and Innovation.
Kristin Asdal participates in a Methods Workshop on Document Analysis held at KULT, at NTNU in Trondheim. She will give an introduction to document analysis.
Kristin Asdal took part in a workshop on Actor-network theory as a tool and resource for environmental history
In September Kristin Asdal gave a keynote titled “STS, the Good, and its trouble” at the workshop “Promises, Possibilities and Practices: Celebrating STS in Action”. The workshop marked the 30th anniversary of The Centre for Technology and Society at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
In June 2018 the Little Tools project hosted a workshop at Hamarøy, Nordland. The workshop was organized by Professor Kristin Asdal and Post Doc Tone Huse, as part of their study ‘The Economic Life of Cod’.
The Little Tools project hosted a workshop in Tromsø in April. The workshop was organized by Professor Kristin Asdal and Post Doc Tone Huse, as part of their study ‘The Economic Life of Cod’.
Kristin Asdal will be giving the keynote presentation at a workshop on STS and Democracy in Copenhagen.
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 co-organized a ph.d-course on critique and anti-critique with Nina Boy, at the Peace Research Institute of Oslo (PRIO).
Join us for a hands-on lecture and workshop on digital methods!
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".
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.