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Higher Seminar Spring 2022

The Higher Seminar is the colloquium series of the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH. Invited guests as well as our own researchers presents seminar on themes from our core areas of history.

Higher seminars are scheduled 13.15-14.45 CET unless other time staded. To register for a zoom-seminar, please send an email to higher-seminar@kth.se before 10 am (CET) the day you wish to attend.

Prel. dates for Higher seminar schedule, spring 2022, see below.

24 January 13.15-14.45 CET
The Great Energy Supply Crisis: Fuels & Politics in Central Europe, 1918–21
Aliaksandr Piahanau, Wenner-Gren postdoc, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment 

7 February 13.15-14.45 CET
Machine Learners as Environing Media
Erik Ljungberg, doctoral student, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment. PM for PhD project

21 February 13.15-14.45 CET
Air Epistemologies: Practices of Ecopoetry in Ibero-American Atmospheres 

Nuno Marques, postdoc, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment

14 March 13.15-14.45 CET
From modern to modest imaginary? Learning about urban water infrastructure by comparing Northern and Southern cities

Timos Karpouzoglou, researcher, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment. Collaborators in this work: Mary Lawhon, Sumit Vij, Pär Blomqvist, David Nilsson, Katarina Larsen.

21 March 13.15-14.45  CET

Warriors, wizards, and seers: representations of Saami in 17th and 18th century Sweden
Vincent Roy-Di Piazza, Oxford Centre for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology, University of Oxford, UK

4 April 13.15-14.45  CET

Historian’s toolbox: Technical solutions for doing research
Kati Lindström and Anja Moun Rieser, Division of History of Science, technology and Environment

9 May 13.15-14.45 CET
An Environmental History of the World Bank

Gloria Samosir, doctoral student, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
Mid-seminar in doctoral education, invited discussant Ann-Kristin Bergquist, Umeå University, Unit of Economic History

16 May 13.15-14.45 CET
Nuclear Nordics: Histories of Radioactive Waste in the Nordic Region

Melina Antonia Buns, visting postdoc KTH

30 May

No seminar online

Brown-bag seminar at Teknikringen 74D, floor 5, starting 12.15:

“Catching the future: How imagination shapes politics for carbon capture and storage” with Hedda Susanne Molland, visiting researcher University of Bergen

Please note that the seminar scheduled for 13 June is moved to the fall term
Science, the arts and engineering - dialogues and co-creative methods between KTH and Färgfabriken. By: Katarina Larsen and David Nilsson, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
 

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