A One Day Workshop at the Swedenborg Society, London, Thursday 21st October from 10 until 6pm - organised by Andrew Goffey, Matthew Fuller and Adrian Mackenzie.
2nd of October 2009, the Social Technology Workshop will take place at the Virtual Knowledge Studio, Amsterdam.
The workshop will be hosted by the Virtual Knowledge Studio. The Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and Social Sciences is located in the International Institute of Social History.
A member of our group, Ingmar Lippert, has been invited to give a paper, entitled Dematerialising earth 1 as well as to act as respondent in the Stream "Government".
- 1. Lippert, Ingmar. "Dematerialising Earth: Sustaining the society-nature dichotomy as social technology." In Social Technology Workshop., 2009.
Environment, Management and Society Research Group in collaboration with Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) organizes an international workshop on ethnographic methods in environmental research.
Below you may find links to the contributions of the workshop.
We have been involved in three projects till now:
- Workshop 2008: "Environmental Management: More of the Same or Time for Change?" (Completed)
- Part III Limits to Managing the Environment of the book Implementing Environmental and Resource Management1 (published 2011)
- A Workshop to be held end of May 2012 on the situated practice of environmental management with Lucy Suchman, Kristin Asdal, Werner Krauss, Kenneth Olwig and Claire Waterton (Ongoing).
- 1. Implementing Environmental and Resource Management In Implementing Environmental and Resource Management, Edited by M. Schmidt, V. Onyango and D. Palekhov. Heidelberg: Springer, 2011.
Below find the pdf-version of the programme.
Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society (IAS-STS)
The Board of Students of the international Programme "Environmental and Resource Management" (B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D)
Friends of The University Association
Environmental Management: More of the Same or Time for Change?
Confronting the Manageability Paradigm
Date: 11 – 13th January 2008
Location: Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany
We are grateful to the participants of the workshop for contributing their studies and critical comments. The workshop was visited well by local students of Brandenburg University of Technology (which runs a study course "Environmental and Resource Management").
Aspects for ERM Students
Several thoughts are worth noting:
First of all, you are very welcome to submit a proposal for the workshop. For the kind of questions which the workshop poses the library has some (of the most) relevant books. Check this list of books.
Second, you might be interested in getting credit points for participating in the workshop. If this is the case, contact Ingmar Lippert (lippert /at/ sts.tugraz.at) or the Board of Students.
List Compiled Oct. 2007 by Ingmar Lippert
This list includes books available in the library of BTU Cottbus (Germany)
focussing on a critical perspective on the environment and research into
- Studying Management
- "Studying" How to research?
- Taking alternative perspectives to EM Research
- Contextualizing EM