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Thu 05 Feb
15:00-18:00 | Jens Christian Skous vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C. Bygning 1451, 515
Slow Seminar no. 14: Elizabeth Kolbert
At this seminar we will be discussing Elizabeth Kolbert, The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History.
Tue 03 Feb
13:03-14:03 | London
Feral biologies"
Feral biologies,” invited talk by Anna Tsing at “Anthropological Visions of Sustainable Futures” conference, London.
Fri 23 Jan
08:00-15:48 | Søby
Field station trip no. 13
Maria Dahm made a presentation on this trip to the landowners about her research on red deer trails.
Wed 21 Jan
14:15-18:15 | Moesgård Allé 20, build. 4240, room 301
PhD Course: Storying lively worlds: Anthropology of the more-than-human
This Ph.D. course will explore modes of writing that draw anthropology into conversation with philosophy, biology, and a range of other disciplines to provide lively accounts of our more-than-human world(s). Lecturers: Thom van Dooren and Heather Swanson
Wed 21 Jan
13:00-16:45 | Auditorium 1, Moesgaard
Academic Hour with Thom van Dooren: Banking the Forest: Loss, Hope and Care in Hawaiian Conservation
Environmental philosopher and Anthropologist Thom van Dooren will be giving a public lecture at this Academic Hour
Thu 08 Jan
14:00-17:00 | building 1451, room 515, Jens Chr. Skous vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C
Slow seminar no. 13
The theme for the January seminar is “moving through the landscape.”
Thu 01 Jan
12:06-14:06 | Copenhagen University
“Stitching together heterogeneous data worlds: AURA,”
Invited talk by Anna Tsing, University of Copenhagen workshop, January 2015.
Tue 09 Dec
14:00-17:00 | Jens Chr. Skous Vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C, Building 1451, room 515
Slow Seminar no. 12: Piers Vitebsky
At this Slow seminar we will be discussing the book by Piers Vitebsky: The Reindeer People: Living With Animals and Spirits in Siberia.
Thu 27 Nov
08:00-15:37 | Søby
Field station trip no. 12
Mon 17 Nov
11:30-17:00 | Moesgård Museum, conference room 301
AURA-Alien Energy workshop: Material practices of scholarship (closed workshop)
Anthropogenic landscapes, climate change, waves, carbon, futures: the objects at the heart of the Aarhus University Research on the Anthropocene and Alien Energy projects do not fit well into scholarship-as-usual. They cross established disciplinary boundaries and call out for new modes of engagement, collaboration, and presentation. What are the overlapping methodological concerns into which our objects of study pull us?

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