Events

Upcoming

Time and place: Dec. 6, 2021 9:00 AMDec. 9, 2021 3:00 PM, Georg Sverdrups Hus

The Covid-19 pandemic has displayed the close and vulnerable relationships between human and nonhuman bodies and immune systems. Making links and drawing boundaries between human and animal bodies, human and animal health, have always been crucial in establishing a politics of life. Science and politics are key locations where human and animal health are aligned, separated, cared for and valued.

This PhD course will explore, discuss, and experiment with different methods and analytical frameworks for investigating the ‘more-than-human’ condition. ‘More-than-human’ encounters take many forms and call for different conceptual and empirical approaches. Where and to which actors, objects, practices, and procedures do we go to study valuations and care practices in science, health, and politics?

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Time and place: Oct. 14, 2021 2:00 PM4:00 PM, Ullevål stadion, room 342

John Parker visits the STS methods lab seminar 14th October

Time and place: Sep. 23, 2021 2:00 PM3:30 PM, Georg Sverdrups hus: Grupperom 7

Vibeke Pihl visits the STS methods lab seminar 23 September.

Time and place: June 3, 2021 2:00 PM3:30 PM, Zoom

We are glad to welcome Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Anthropology, Hannah Knox, for the next STS Methods Lab.

Time and place: Apr. 22, 2021 9:00 AM11:00 AM, Zoom

We are glad to welcome Associate Professor of Anthropology (Research) in the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization at Deakin University, Eben Kirksey, Ph.D. for the next STS Methods Lab.

Time and place: Mar. 25, 2021 2:00 PM3:30 PM, Zoom

We are happy to welcome Associate professor in environmental humanities and director of the Oslo School of Environmental Humanities, Ursula Münster for the next STS Methods Lab.

Time and place: Mar. 4, 2021 1:00 PM2:30 PM, Zoom
The STS Methods Lab is relaunched! After a short break, we are up and running again and will offer a series of methods seminars this spring. First off is Helge Jordheim on temporalities as methods.