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Wed 01 Apr
13:59-13:59 | New York
“The mushroom at the end of the world, or how capitalism is fed,”
Annette Weiner lecture by Anna Tsing, New York University
Fri 13 Mar
11:14-13:14 | Bergen
Biodiversity in a World of Human Dominance and Rapid Change – Anthropocene Challenges and Opportunities
Invited talk by Jens-Christian Svenning. 2nd Conference of the Norwegian Ecological Society, Bergen.
Wed 11 Mar
11:19-13:19 | Cambridge
Biodiversity in a World of Human Dominance and Rapid Change – Anthropocene Challenges and Opportunities
Talk by Jens-Christian Svenning at Cambridge Conservation Seminars, Cambridge, 2015
Fri 06 Mar
15:00-18:00 | Jens Christians Skous vej 3, 8000 Aarhus C, building 1451, 515
Slow Seminar no. 15: Climax, Succession, Alternate Stable States: theories and practices of change in ecology
AURA post.doc Filippo Bertoni is the organizer of this AURA Slow Seminar on ecology.
Fri 06 Mar
11:35-13:35 | Osaka
“More-than-Human Relations in the Making of Difference: Salmon fisheries management in Japan and the United States
Invited talk by Heather Swanson at Politics of Environmental Knowledge: Encounters between, Indigeneity and Modernity, Osaka, Japan, March 6-7, 2015
Wed 04 Mar
14:15-16:00 | Moesgaard, Aud 1 (4206-117)
Medicine and Animal in the Anthropocene
Academic Hour presents post.doc Natasha Fiijn from the Australian National University
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

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