Seminar Series Spring 2020

Wednesday, February 5 at 10.15-12.00

Susan Kozel, Professor of New Media, K3

Performing phenomenology, phenomenology in performance

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, February 12 at 10.15-12.00

Alicia Smedberg, PhD candidate in Interaction Design, K3

Because we say so: Democratic infrastructuring in the intersection between public and civic sectors

50 percent PhD seminar

Discussant: Ylva Gislén, docent in Artistic Practice

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, February 12 at 13.15-15.00

Jeffrey Bardzell, Professor of Informatics, Indiana University

Knowledge embodied in the artefacts

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Friday, February 14 at 15:15-17:00

Critical computing and design

Panel discussion

Jeffrey Bardzell, Professor and Program director of HCI/Design, Indiana University, USA

David Cuartielles, Lecturer in Interaction Design, K3

Anuradha Reddy, PhD student in Interaction Design, K3

Moderator: Maliheh Ghajargar, Associate Senior Lecturer in Interaction Technologies, K3

Room: Storm (Gäddan)

Wednesday, February 19 at 10.15-12.00

Marie Hållander, Author and Senior Lecturer in Pedagogics, Södertörn University

Among the girls and machines of the textile dust: On poetry, textile work and archive

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, March 4 at 10.15-12.00

Martin Lundqvist, visiting PhD candidate

Nep-hop for peace? Exploring the political significance of domestic hip-hop in the context of post-war Nepal

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, March 4 at 13.15-15.00

Linda Hilfling Ritasdatter, PhD candidate in Interaction Design, K3

Crisis computing

90 percent PhD seminar

Discussant: Matthew Fuller, Professor of Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London (online)

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, March 18 at 10.15-12.00

Maliheh Ghajargar, Associate Senior Lecturer in Interaction Technologies, K3

Aesthetics of everyday use interactive objects for energy management: A literature study.

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Friday, March 20 at 10.15-12.00

Michelle Westerlaken, PhD candidate in Interaction Design, K3

Imagining multispecies worlds

90 percent PhD seminar

Discussant: Alex Taylor, Reader in Human Computer Interaction, City, University of London

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, March 25 at 10.15-12.00

Michael Krona, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies, K3

The media world of ISIS – Post-caliphate media strategies and digital expansion of terrorism

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Tuesday, March 31, 10.15-12.00

Anuradha Reddy, PhD candidate in Interaction Design, K3

At Home in IoT? – A design Inquiry

90 percent PhD seminar

Discussant: Daniela Rosner, Associate Professor in Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, April 1 at 10.15-12.00

Joshka Wessels, Senior Lecturer in Communication for Development, K3

Documenting Syria. Film-making, video activism and revolution

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, April 8 at 10.15-12.00

Bojana Romic, Researcher, K3

Silicone faces and pneumatic bodies: A philosophical inquiry into the area of Cultural Robotics

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, April 15 at 10.15-12.00

Tindra Thor, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies, K3

Urban disruptions – On the political, spatial and artistic potentials of street art and graffiti

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, April 22 at 10.15-12.00

What is K3 research? A discussion based on the ERA19 evaluation of K3 research

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, April 29 at 10.15-12.00

Lizette Reitsma, Associate Senior Lecturer in Interaction Design, K3

Respectful Design for incorporating indigenous and alternative knowledge

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, May 13 at 10.15-12.00

Oscar Hemer, Professor of Journalistic and Literary Creation, K3

Contaminations & ethnographic fictions: Southern crossings

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, May 20 at 10.15-12.00

Jakob Svensson, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, K3

Wizards of the Web. A journey into tech culture, the logics of programming and mathemagics

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Wednesday, May 27 at 10.15-12.00

Vittorio Felci, Researcher, K3

A temporal study of social cohesion and resilience to tackle the consequences of climate and environmental change in urban Khartoum – Resilience in Urban Sudan (RUS)

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

Thursday, June 4 at 10.15-12.00

Johan Farkas, PhD candidate in Media and Communication Studies, K3

Beyond fake news: Disguised propaganda as socio-technical struggles in digital media

50 percent PhD seminar

Discussant: Jenny Wiik, docent in Media and Communication Studies, K3

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)