Seminar Series Fall 2017

Monday, September 4 at 14.45-16.00

Raiford Guins, Professor of Cinema and Media Studies, Indiana University

Atari Modern: A Design History of Atari’s Coin-Op Machines, 1972 – 1979

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, September 6 at 16.15-18.00

Sreejata Roy, Visiting IASPIS artist

Dialogue

Room: To be announced

Friday, September 8 at 13.15

Eric Snodgrass, PhD student in Media and Communication Studies, K3

Executions. Power and Expression in Networked and Computational Media

PhD Defence. Opponent: Wendy Chun, Professor of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

Room: Hörsal C, Niagara

Wednesday, September 13 at 10.15-12.00

Maria Hellström Reimer, Professor of Design in Theory and Practice, K3

Park Politics – Environmentalities, Eco-Aesthetics, and Green Mobilization

Room: NIB 0501, Niagara

Wednesday, September 20 at 10.15-12.00

Marika Hedemyr, PhD student in Interaction Design

Therese Hellberg, PhD student in Media and Communication Studies

Alicia Smedberg, PhD student in Interaction Design

Veera Virmasalo, PhD student in Media and Communication Studies

Presentation of new PhD projects

Room: NIC 0826, Niagara

Wednesday, October 4 at 10.15-12.00

Peter Parker, Senior Lecturer in Urban Studies, US

Staffan Schmidt, Senior Lecturer in Design in Theory and Practice, K3

Enabling Urban Commons

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Thursday, October 12 at 15.15-17.00

Magnus Persson, Professor of Comparative Literature, LS

Petra Ragnerstam, Senior Lecture in English Studies, K3

Om metodologiska utmaningar inom humaniora

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, October 18 at 15.15-16.30

Fredrik Gertten, honorary doctor, KS

Skjut budbäraren! Om berättandets vådligheter

Room: Hörsal C, Niagara

Wednesday, October 25 at 10.15-12.00

Ewa Berg, Kajsa Lindskog, Helena Malm, Margareta Melin, Gunnel Pettersson, and Bjørn Wangen, teachers/researchers from K3 and from KSM (Culture, Language and Media) at the Faculty of Education and Society (LS)

Aesthetic Risk Taking. Analyzing Evaluation Criteria in Practice Based University Courses

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, November 1 at 10.15-12.00 13.00-15.00

Ewan Fernie, Chair of Shakespeare Studies, University of Birmingham

Shakespeare and Freedom

Room: Intiman, Malmö Stadsteater

Wednesday, November 8 at 10.15-12.00

Charlotte Asbjørn Sörensen, Lecturer in Product Design, K3

Moral and Temporal Aspects of the New Material Taxonomy

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, November 15 at 10.15-12.00

Petra Ragnerstam, Senior Lecture in English Studies, K3

Sara Bjärstorp, Senior Lecture in English Studies, K3

Fortune and Felicity: Literature and Embodiment in Participatory Culture

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, November 22 at 10.15-12.00

Gunnar Krantz, Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication, K3

The Co-Operator – A Comic about Advertisement in the Swedish Co-Operative Movement

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, November 29 at 10.15-12.00

Ronald Stade, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies/Anthropology, K3

The Irony of Sectarianism in Lebanon

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Wednesday, December 13 at 10.15-12.00

Pille Pruulmann Vengerfeldt, Professor of Media and Communication Studies, K3

Looking for Norm Making in Social Media

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio), Niagara

Friday, December 15 at 13.15

Jacek Smolicky, PhD student in Media and Communication Studies, K3

Archiveillance: Rethinking Personal Archiving Practices in the Context of Capture Culture

PhD Defence. Opponent: Joanna Zylinska, Professor of New Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London

Room: Hörsal B2, Niagara

Wednesday, December 20 at 10.15-12.00

Bernard Perron, Professor of Cinema, Université de Montréal

A Question of Genre Labeling: Horror or Scary Video Games?

Room: NIC 0541 (K3 Open Studio)

 

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