Cemus Research Forum (CEFO)
Cemus Research Forum (CEFO) is an interdisciplinary research forum
for PhD students and researchers that focuses on environmental and development
Contact coordinator Dr.
Gloria Gallardo: email@example.com
Apply as PhD student
New publication in the Cefo Publication Series: Politicized Nature: Global Exchange, Resources and Power. An anthology edited by Eva Friman and Gloria L. Gallardo Fernández. For sale now at a price of 150 SEK. Contact Gloria Gallardo.
From Seascapes of Conflict to Seascapes
of Confidence -Territorial Use Rights in Fisheries in Chile: El
Quisco and Puerto Oscuro (2008)
An important contribution to our understanding of the multifaceted
challenges underlying sustainable solutions to ecological fisheries,
the book describes how, in Chile, indiscriminate harvest of the
edible shellfis§h Concholepas concholepas (false abalone
or Loco), has been threatening not only the living of small-scale
artisan fishers but also the ecosystem.
– naturen i litteraturen
selection of papers on ecocritiscism - environment in litterature.
This book is a first antology of eco-critique in Swedish research.
It is the result of a CEFO course Ph D candidate course in 2005,
SPRING 2012 SCHEDULE
7.5 ECTS PhD Course, SOLEN for a Sustainable Future
- Perspectives on Solar Energy from Science, Industry and Policy -
One of the major problems the global community faces today is the increasing demand on energy due to the economic and demographic growth.
For the first time at Uppsala University, a course centres Solar Energy as one solution to our energy question and approaches this broad field from a scientific, industrial and political angle. Scientific experts from the Uppsala University and SLU, together with representatives from the local solar industry and political experts from European governmental institutions such as the Swedish Energy Agency and the International Energy Agency will provide an overview about current research and social-economic perspectives on solar energy, as well as political concepts.
PhD students from all faculties and interested (non-) university members are invited to learn more about this highly relevant topic in an interdisciplinary and international atmosphere; within lectures, discussion- seminars, simple lab-experiments and field-trips!
Open lectures: Critical Studies in the Development of Capitalism
The CEFO PhD course Critical Studies in the Development of Capitalism invites to the following open lectures:
Cristián Alarcón (SLU & CEFO): Conceptualizing Capitalism: Commodities, Labour, Value and Capital Accumulation Monday 17 October. 10:00-12:00, Zootis, EBC, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University.
Christian Fuchs (Uppsala University): Internet and Capitalism. Facebook, Google & Co: What's bad about it? Tuesday 18 October. 10.15-17:00, Småland, Earth Science Dep, Uppsala University.
Jason W. Moore (Umeå University): Capitalism as World-Ecology
How Capitalism Develops Through Crises, & Why Today's Is Different
Wednesday 19 October, 10:00-12:00, Småland, Earth Science Dep, Uppsala University.
Gloria Gallardo (CEFO): Patterns of capitalist accumulation in southern Latin America 1950-1985 Wednesday 19 October, 15:00-17:00, Norrland II, Earth Science Dep, Uppsala University.
Patrick Bond (University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa): Accumulation by Dispossession, Uneven Development and Global Financial Crisis Thursday 20 October, 10:30-12:00, Zootis, EBC, Evolutionary Biology Centre, Uppsala University.
Philip McMichael (Cornell University): Capital and its global food regimes Thursday 20 October, 15:00-17:00, Norrland II, Earth Science Dep, Uppsala University.
New schedule fall 2011
Welcome to the CEFO course Critical Studies in the Development of Capitalism!
Please see information about this upcoming course.
For information and registration: Cristian-Alarcon.Ferrari@slu.se
International workshop on participation in urban planning and design,
Participation in the context of
Diversity, Conflict and Power,
in Uppsala, May 5-6, 2011
Download poster here
Update: Presentations now available for download to participants of the Cefo workshop.
Downloads (Password needed)
New PhD course in December 2010! Human-Animal Studies: Representations and Practices, 7, 5 ECTS/hp.
Call for papers - to CEFOs new working paper series!! Cefo has launched its working paper series in 2010. The first paper will be published shortly. PhD students and alumni are invited to contribute with papers!
Read more about working papers.
Author checklist and links