The Green Room

The Green Room: Nature, Culture, Politics

This seminar series gathers researchers from the social sciences and humanities who share an interest in critical research on environment and nature. Themes include politics and the political; analysis of power relations; ideas, norms and values; knowledge and knowing; justice and distribution; and visions and utopian thinking.  The activities range from discussions of texts in progress, to workshops on theory and methods, communal readings of articles, and conversations about recent academic trends and popular concepts.

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Past events

20

May

Why have we not acted enough on climate science results? Overlaps of ‘industrial/breadwinner masculinities’ and climate change denial

The Green Room 20 May, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

6

May

Sink or Swim? A Wet Ethnography of Men Searching for Wellbeing in Polluted Blue Spaces

The Green Room 6 May, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

19

Apr

Is Wilderness Over?

The Green Room 19 April, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

14

Apr

Seize the Means of Carbon Removal: The Political Economy of Direct Air Capture

The Green Room 14 April, 13:15-15:00 (Swedish time/CET)  |  Zoom

8

Apr

The Multiple Tethering of Biogas to Industries and the Resulting Effect on Biogas as a Sustainability Object

The Green Room 8 April, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

25

Mar

A Billion Black Anthropocenes Or None

The Green Room 25 March, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

11

Mar

Archipelagic Rehearsals

The Green Room 11 March, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

18

Feb

The Times They Are a’Changin’: Temporality as lens for climate change politics

The Green Room 18 February, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

21

Jan

Bio)discourse After a Catastrophe: Cultural Reflections on Post-Nuclear Environments

The Green Room 21 January, 13:45-15:00  |  Zoom

3

Dec

Working text seminar: Emelie Fälton

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