A Roundtable Session on Teaching Environmental Humanities

With the Posthumanities Hub and Environmental Humanities Lab

Tid: To 2019-11-14 kl 13.15 - 14.45

Plats: KTH Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment Big Seminar Room, Teknikringen 74 D,

In the pilot project "Popularizing environmental humanities: Film and media resources for young adults pondering the stakes for the future"* (Formas communication grant), the challenge of "popularizing" was approached through integrative learning and co-storytelling in the classroom. Instead of creating media resources for the students to digest, they were asked to critically engage with environmental issues through creative storytelling and film making. In this Roundtable session, the project will be introduced and some key questions concerning teaching and communicating EH addressed. Another approach to teaching and communicating has been practiced by Marco Armiero in his open-air classes during Fridays for Future climate strikes, and through this Roundtable we wish to share and compare experiences from these two approaches.

Participants: Marco Armiero, Janna Holmstedts, Jesse Petersen, Lotten Wiklund and Cecilia Åsberg. Chair: Roberta Biasillo.

*"Popularizing environmental humanities", a collaboration between Professor Cecilia Åsberg (pi), the Posthumanities Hub, KTH, and Lotten Wiklund (co-pi), science journalist at Kajman Media, was implemented mainly during spring 2019 together with researchers affiliated with the Posthumanities Hub, and a group of third grade students attending Samhällsvetenskapsprogrammet at Bromma gymnasium in Stockholm.

Innehållsansvarig:history@abe.kth.se
Tillhör: Avdelningen för historiska studier av teknik, vetenskap och miljö
Senast ändrad: 2019-11-06