May 16: Cecilia Åsberg: Environmental humanities as posthumanities

Welcome the third Environmental and Climate Humanities seminar with Cecilia Åsberg titled “Environmental humanities as posthumanities”!

When: May 16 kl. 12.00-13.00

Where: room 22-0031, see map here: (same entrance as Humanistiska teatern), English Park Campus


How: We open the doors at 12.00 for mingle and bring your own lunch, the seminar starts 12.15 with a presentation by the invited speaker followed by discussion 12.45, and we end 13.00 sharp.

A collaboration between CEMUS, Centre for Environment and Development Studies, Uppsala University and SLU, CRS, Centre for Multidisciplinary Research on Religion and Society, Uppsala University, and Sofia Oreland, Department of Theology, Uppsala University.

May 16 kl. 12.00-13.00

Cecilia Åsberg Environmental humanities as posthumanities

Moderated by Sofia Oreland, Department of Theology

Cecilia Åsberg is Professor and chair of Gender, Nature, Culture at Linköping University, Sweden, doing more-than-gender Gender Studies across the divides of art, science, and everyday society. Since 2008, she is the founder and director of The Posthumanities Hub ( – a collaboratory for bringing art and science to the humanities, and transformative insight to society by webinars, workshops, creative projects and research schools. The Posthumanities Hub is a multi-university research group amidst the ecologies, biologies and technologies of the now, specialising in more-than-human humanities and arts of living on a damaged planet. Internationally recognized in feminist STS, environmental humanities and posthumanities in practice, Cecilia Åsberg has held professorships at Utrecht University (NL, 2005-2008), KTH Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm (2018-2021) and e.g. Rachel Carson Centre at Ludvig Maximilian University in Munich and Oslo Met University, NO. She inaugurated the Swedish environmental humanities research programme at LiU, the Seed Box 2013-2017 as programme director, and she has published extensively over the years.

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