Högre seminarium våren 2015

Monday 12 January, 13:15-14:45

Sven Ove Hansson, Division of Philosophy, KTH

“Experiments before science: What science learned from technological experiments”

Monday 26 January, 13:15-14:45

Paul Josephson, Colby College/Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH

“Stalin’s Water Workers: Nature Transformation in the Russian Empire, Continuity and Change,
1900-present”

Monday 16 February, 13:15-14:45

Jan Kunnas, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH

“Changing Valuations of Forest Utilization”

Thursday 26 February, 15:00-17:00, Salongen KTH Library (KTHB), Osquars backe 31

Roundtable Discussion at KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory

“Moving Closer to Nature: A roundtable conversation about researching and thinking about nature, capitalism and situated ways of knowing”

Panel: Michael Adams, Dan Brockington, Bill Adams

Moderator: Henrik Ernstson

Monday 16 March, 13:15-14:45

Peter Stadius, Centre for Nordic Studies, University of Helsinki

"Arctic Sea Finland: Petsamo and the Finnish modernity project 1920-1944"

Monday 23 March, 13:15-14:45

Martin Collins, National Air and Space Museum, Washington DC

“Following a Multinational Corporation through the 1990s: Globalization, Markets, Ideology, Power and Other Travelogue Conundrums”

Monday 30 March, 13:15-14:45

Miyase Christensen, Stockholm University/Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH, and Annika E. Nilsson, SEI/Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH

“Arctic governance and the questions of ‘fit’ in an era of globally transformative change”

Monday 27 April, 13:15-14:45

Dag Avango, Per Högselius and David Nilsson, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH

“Sweden and the Origins of Global Resource Colonialism: Exploring a Small Country’s Natural Resource Interests in Africa, Caucasia and the Arctic, 1870-1930”

Monday 11 May, 13:15-14:45

Rachel P. Maines, Cornell University

“Tools of the Workbasket: Needlework since the Industrial Revolution"

Friday 5 June, 10:00-12:00

Eric Paglia, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH

“The Northward Course of the Anthropocene”

Final Seminar in PhD education. Commentator: Aant Elzinga, University of Gothenburg

Monday 8 June, 13:15-14:45

Sebastian Grevsmühl, Pierre et Marie Curie University Paris

“The Space Perspective and the Invention of the Global Environment”

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For more information and readings, contact Sabine Höhler (sabine.hoehler@abe.kth.se)

Innehållsansvarig:Sofia Jonsson
Tillhör: Avdelningen för historiska studier av teknik, vetenskap och miljö
Senast ändrad: 2015-04-16