01.10.2021 at 09.00 AM - 15.00 PM
SCI-VI Conference 2021
The SCI-VI Conference focuses on visualization and animation in science dissemination, this year under the headline “Science for Society in our spaces and places”.
01.10.2021 at 14.30 PM - 16.30 PM
Goethe and Developmental Science
CCP Friday symposium by Profesor Brady Wagoner (AAU). This symposium will explore the notion of development and its roots in Goethe’s thought. This can help us to take distance from the typical explanatory concept of a structural scheme and replace it with a notion of transformation functions.
13.10.2021 at 14.00 PM - 17.00 PM
Environmental Humanities in Scandinavia
Round-table Discussion on the topic of the environmental humanities within a Scandinavian university context, and why it has popularized throughout the Nordic region.
11.11.2021 at 09.00 AM - 16.00 PM
ViLD Anniversary Meeting 2016–2021
ViLD has existed for five years! We are delighted to invite you to celebrate this with us. The aim of the meeting this time is to engage in a ‘visual take’ on the questions, opportunities and challenges related to visuals and materials in learning contexts.
12.11.2021 at 14.30 PM - 16.30 PM
When memory is lost and reminders become interactive
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE! CCP Friday symposium by Assoc. Prof. Antonia Krummheuer (AAU). This talk will discuss how cultural psychological concepts of constructive and communicative memory (Wagoner and Brockmeier) can inform and be informed by socio-material understanding of reminder as situated and multimodal practices in material contexts.
15.11.2021 - 19.11.2021
Ph.D course – Sci-Vi: visual science dissemination and communication
The course offers a theoretical, methodological and practical introduction to visualizing and communicating one’s own field of research, both to peers and target audiences of non-peers.
26.11.2021 at 14.30 PM - 16.30 PM
Rethinking Digitalization and Learning in a World in Crisis
CCP Friday symposium by Professor Ernst Schraube (RUC). Based on Cultural Psychology, including critical theories of learning and digitalization, the talk engages in rethinking education for a viable future and discusses the possibilities and limits of digital technologies for problem- and world-oriented practices of learning.