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*Networking workshop

Moderators: Iris van der Tuin & Cecilia Åsberg (presenting the COST Action ISCH 1307)


  • Milagros Sáinz Ibáñez & Ana María González Ramos (presenting the GENTIC group: Relating gender and ICT in the information society)
  • Adelina Sánchez Espinosa (presenting the GEMMA program & the PhD program of gender studies)
  • Guobjorg Raanveig: Icelandic Landscapes: Beauty and the Aesthetic in Environmental Decision-Making
  • Monika Rogowska: Feminist philosophy & gender studies. Problems of opposition between Western and Eastern feminisms
  • Andrea García-Santesmases & Núria Vergés Bosch: Questioning gender identity from disability
** Methodological workshop

Moderators: Ilona Hongisto, Katve-Kaisa Kontturi & Milla Tiainen


  • Nanna Hlín Halldórsdóttir
  • Tomás Karger: Knowledge production and Attention Allocation in Open-Source Software Development
  • Artemis Alexiou: The [Not] Text and Gender Ideology in Feminist Periodicals [England c. 1888 – 1920]: Design, Gender, Class Factual, Material, Iconic Not-Textual Mechanisms
  • Pedro Jacobetty: Online Gestures and Traces: Towards an Internet Archaeology
  • Vlasta Stulíková: From Gardens to Bins: Food Waste through the Lens of Symmetrical Anthropology
  • Dieuwke Hannah Boersma: Dancing disabled futures
  • Veronika Black: The skin as metaphor and the implication on the body
  • Aggeliki Sifaki: I am the Teacher who dares (not) to tell her name: Silent sexualities in the Greek School Environment
  • Tereza Virtová: Workers of the New Era: ethnography of young migrant workers, labor market and changes in manual
  • Abelardo Gil-Fournier: Color erosion. Inks and dyes in the pixel era.
  • Janice McNab: Monster making
  • Trine Krigsvoll Haagensen: Images of knowledge
  • Niina Oisalo: Transcultural Experience in the New Nordic Cinema
  • Vanessa Cameron-Lewis: And we softly and continually chant karakia: A new materialist reading of Te Ao Maori healing
  • Katarzyna Szopa. Somantics. The new-materialist poetics of relations



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