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Message posted on 01/06/2022

extended deadline: human-technology futures", july 28-Aug 4, Oslo, Nordic Summer University

Dear all,

there are a few more days for you to submit abstracts for our summer session in Oslo this summer from july 28th and aug 4.

Send an abstract and short bio to me (eric deibel, at eric@fripost.org) before next monday the 6th of june.

Do note that for grant requests there is no such time, you have to submit your application immediately as we have to finalize it with the NSU soon.

all the other details are the same as below (the previous message) and on our site: https://www.nsuweb.org/_circle2humantechnologyfutures-2/

and, of course, ask me if you have questions

Eric Deibel

----- Forwarded Message ----- From: Eric Deibel To: eurograd@lists.easst.net Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 01:41:19 PM GMT+3Subject: Reminder: human-technology futures", july 28-Aug 4, Oslo, Nordic Summer University Dear all,

this is a reminder, the deadline is coming up for "Human-Technology Futures", which is part of a symposium series organized together with the Nordic Summer University (NSU). The NSU organizes nordic networs for interdisplinary study and research. If you click on the link below you can find all the information, including my contact details if you have any questions. https://www.nsuweb.org/_circle2humantechnologyfutures-2/

Deadline for application 1th of june, 2022. The summer session will be held from July 28th – Aug 4 2022, Oslo, Norway. The event will be fully in person. Invitation: We invite scholars, artists, students, technologists, theorists and other professionals working or writing on future technologies to take part in our study circle.  We are open for experimental approaches to presenting and collaborating. In the past there have been long and short presentations, textual (read out) and performative, theory-based and practical, with artistic and aesthetic aims. Feel free to contact us if you are wondering how you would fit in.

Our core interest is in: the ambivalent relationship between, on the one hand, the speculative and open futures that characterize the worlds of science, technology, media and art, and, on the other hand, the relentless, catastrophic or even post-apocalyptic, drive to commodify life forms, cultures and extend the networks of control.

For more details go to https://www.nsuweb.org/_circle2humantechnologyfutures-2/

Please send a short motivation letter and bio to eric@fripost.org We look forward to your submissions.

Best wishes,

Eric Deibel, (Lecturer in Science, Technology and Society, Bilkent University). Also on behalf of the other coordinators: Palle Dahlstedt (Professor of Interaction Design Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Gothenburg / Chalmers University of Technology) and Maru Mushtrieva (Researcher and Text-based Artist with a background in literature and based in Germany, who is a contributor to the collective “Trust” - shared infrastructure and imaginaries- and “Salon” - experiments in collective knowledge sharing and cultural production.)


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