The seminar begins with four lectures followed by a moderated discussion between seminar participants and the audience. If you like to continue the discussions, our cafe is open for happy hour after the seminar.
Ursula Biemann: Artist whose work Forest Law transports us to Sarayuku in the Amazon Rainforest where the indigenous population has managed to push back commercial exploitation by gaining support for their holistic worldview.
Anders Ögren: Lecturer in Economic History at Lund University. Explores the emergence of the concepts of economy and ecology.
David Harnesk: Associate Professor at the Lund University Center for Sustainability Studies. Examines how social movements have managed to achieve environmental conservation effects by shifting ownership.
Mona Persson: Politician and a member of the Sámi Parliament, who has advocated a support for The Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth.
Moderator: Pella Larsdotter Thiel. Ecologist working with Transition. Co-founder of the Transition network, Lodyn and End Ecocide Sverige.
Sensing Nature from Within: Should nature be granted legal rights?
Date: January 16th 2020
Time: 15-18, followed by happy hour in our café.
Language: This event is held in part English, part Swedish.
Cost: Free admission.
Tickets: Limited number of seats. First come, first served.
Programmet har utvecklats i samarbete med Forskarskolan Agenda 2030 vid Lunds universitet. Alla programpunkter (utom en performance) äger rum på Moderna Museet Malmö och följs av en after work i vårt kafé. Med stöd av Region Skåne.