On October 2–4, 2019 The Seed Box organized its concluding conference Environmental Humanities: Modes of Thinking and Being Ecological. Most of the presentations and lectures during the conference were filmed and you can watch them here again.
“Living sustainably – From buying eco-products to building alternative economies”, lecture by Karin Bradley, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
“Politicising the depolitical – Conflicting imaginaries in Swedish 21st century mining”, lecture by Simon Haikola, Research Fellow, Department of Thematic Studies – Technology and Social Change, Linköping University.
“Doing plastic-bottled water differently? The role of social entrepreneurship in delivering community-managed infrastructures”. Presentation by Isaac Lyne, PhD from the Institute of Culture and Society at Western Sydney University, Australia.
“Making sense of sufficiency: entries, practice and politics”. Presentation by Åsa Callmer, PhD Candidate at Urban and Regional Studies, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden.
“The Law of the Land: Asserting Indigenous Autonomy in Environmental Decision-Making”. Presentation by James Wilkes, PhD Candidate at Indigenous Environmental Studies & Sciences Program, Trent University, Canada.
“Artificial Earth – The Question Concerning Technology in the Anthropocene”. Presentation by Daniel Andersson, Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Thematic Studies – Technology and Social Change at Linköping University, Sweden.
“On changing imaginaries and techno(eco)logical sensing of urban air”. Presentation by artists Hanna Husberg and Agata Marzecova.
“Aesthetic Environmentalism: The Play Value of Nature in Urban Gardening Practice”. Presentation by Maria Langa, Ph.D. candidate at Department of Sociology, Uppsala University, Sweden.
“Reflections from a Seed Project: Living (with) Things”. Presentation by Anna Bohlin, Staffan Appelgren and Lena Stammarnäs.
“Cultivating Stories”. Presentation by artist Åsa Sonjasdotter.
“Fire pits and other activities in the woods of Forsmark”. Presentation by Seed Money Recipients Carl Johan Erikson and Karin Willén.
“Animal Care: Administration and Critical Imagination”. Presentation by Dana C. Mount, Ph.D. candidate at Cape Breton University, Sydney NS, Canada.
“Life and Death in the Plantation: Tea and the travel of seeds, plants and science across the Indian Ocean”. Presentation by Bengt G Karlsson.
Concluding Panel Talk, chaired by Victoria Wibeck.