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Tracking the traces of environmental change, exploring emergent ecologies

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The Seed Box: An Environmental Humanities Collaboratory is a transdisciplinary program in Environmental Humanities, aimed at addressing and understanding the environmental challenges of tomorrow, today, and yesterday. We perform environmental humanities research and creative activity related to pressing environmental problems, across the nature-culture divide.

The long-term goal of the program is to establish an international environmental humanities consortium and a research hub focused on environmental challenges and engaged in research and artistic practices that bring together people from different fields and create an interface between academia and other parts of society.

Since its inception in 2015, The Seed Box has sought to:

  • advance the field of environmental humanities in both established and emerging directions, with an overarching commitment to methodological and conceptual innovation
  • create a high-quality international transdisciplinary research environment which is intellectually attractive, stimulating and challenging as well as mutually supportive for both senior and junior scholars
  • further an applied – yet philosophically advanced – citizen dimension within environmental humanities

During its second phase (April 2020-March 2022) the Seed Box increases its focus on artistic dimensions as well as collaborations with partners in the Global South.

The Seed Box is headquartered at Linköping University (LiU) in Sweden and supported with generous funding from Mistra and Formas. Program Director for The Seed Box is Victoria Wibeck , LiU, in collaboration with co-director/ Scientific leader Astrida Neimanis, University of Sydney, co-director/Artistic leader Katja Aglert, artist, and co-director/Program manager Björn Pernrud (LiU).

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5/11 – “Fixing” Climate Change by Mortgaging the Future

“Fixing” Climate Change by Mortgaging the Future: Negative Emissions, Spatiotemporal Fixes, and the Political Economy of Delay, Wim Carton, Lund... Read more

The Green Room 5 November, 13:45-15:00

19/11 – Working text seminar: Camilo Castillo

Working text seminar with Camilo Castillo, Linköping University,Technology and Social Change (TEMAT). Please... Read more

The Green Room 19 November, 13:45-15:00

3/12 – Working text seminar: Emelie Fälton

Working text seminar: Emelie Fälton (Linköping University, Tema M – Environmental Change). Please contact veronica.broden.gyberg@liu.se if you... Read more

The Green Room 3 December, 13:45-15:00