Helsinki University Humanities Program, Environmental Humanities Forum Spring 2019 Schedule (Live Broadcast via Twitter)

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Helsinki University Humanities Program, Environmental Humanities Forum

Spring 2019 Schedule

Talks broadcast LIVE via Twitter @helsinkienvhum

Talks VIDEO ARCHIVE: https://blogs.helsinki.fi/environment/video-archive-helsinki-envhum-forum/

ALL TIMES ARE EET (UTC+02:00 time zone)

February 19 (Tuesday)

14.15-15.45

Veronica Walker Vadillo

University of Helsinki, HCAS

“The birth of riverine cultural traditions in the Mekong River during the Angkor era”

Metsätalo, sali A113 (Unioninkatu 40)

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February 26 (Tuesday)

14.15-15.45

Katherine Borland

Ohio State University, USA

University of Helsinki

“How about Slow Activism?: Grassroots Environmentalism in Southern Ohio”

Metsätalo, sali A113 (Unioninkatu 40)

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March 12 (Tuesday)

14.15-15.45

Dmitry Arzyutov

KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden

“Environmental Encounters: Woolly Mammoth, Indigenous Communities, and Metropolitan Scientists in the Soviet Arctic”

Kielikeskus (Language Center) sh.204 (Fabianinkatu 26)

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March 19 (Tuesday)

14.15-15.45

Marcy Rockman

IPCC lead, Climate Change and Heritage Working Group

Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), Washington, DC

“Cultural Heritage as a Source of Creativity for Climate Change”

Kielikeskus (Language Center) sh.204 (Fabianinkatu 26)

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March 25 (Monday!!!)

14.15-15.45

Ekatherina Zhukova

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

“The Recuperation of the Chernobyl Children and Social Implications”

Porthania P724 (Yliopistonkatu 3)

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May 14 (Tuesday)

14.15-15.45

Kati Lindström, Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden

“Nature or Culture? Negotiating Outstanding Universal Value of Mt Fuji in the Japanese World Heritage Nomination”

Kielikeskus (Language Center) sh. 405 (Fabianinkatu 26)

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May 21 (Tuesday)

16.15-17.45 (!!!)

Veli-Pekka Tynkkynen

Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki

“Hydrocarbon Culture in the making in Russia”

Kielikeskus (Language Center) sh.204 (Fabianinkatu 26)