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Peace, Ethics and Gender for Sustainable Development

Södertörns högskola och Försvarshögskolan bjuder in till seminarium och workshop om hållbarhet med särskilt fokus på mod, kultur och mänskliga rättigheter.

Det har blivit dags för det fjärde i en serie av seminarier och workshops inför den internationella hållbarhetskonferensen ISDRS 2022. Denna gång är det Södertörns högskola och Försvarshögskolan som står som arrangörer och det äger rum den 11 juni, 09.00-12.00.

Sommaren 2022 går den internationella hållbarhetskonferensen ISDRS av stapeln för 28:e gången. Värdar för evenemanget är sex lärosäten i Stockholmsregionen, där Södertörns högskola är en av dem. De andra är Enskilda högskolan Stockholm, Ersta Sköndal Bräcke högskola, Försvarshögskolan, Handelshögskolan i Stockholm samt Stockholms konstnärliga högskola.

Varje år lyfts ett särskilt tema fram och detta år är det mod, kultur, konst och mänskliga rättigheter. Som ett led i att uppmuntra nya och gränsöverskridande samarbeten mellan olika forskningsdiscipliner anordnas en serie seminarier.

Seminariet hålls digitalt och på engelska.

Länk till Zoom: https://sh-se.zoom.us/j/61985686948 Länk till annan webbplats.
(Lösenord: 552021)

09:00 – 09:05 Welcome to the seminar: approaching Call for papers to ISDRS 2022
Stefan Silfverskiöld, SEDU & Peter Dobers, Södertörn University

09:05 – 09:20 Welcome
Vice Chancellor SEDU Robert Egnell
Vice Chancellor Södertörn University Gustav Amberg

09:20 – 09:30 Introduction to the theme of the day
Annick Wibben, SEDU

09:30 – 09:40 Algorithmic Authority and the Defence Sector – A Threat or a Solution for Social Sustainability?
Irja Malmio, SEDU

09:40 – 09:50 Sustainability, time, and the ethics of responsibility
Hans Ruin, Södertörn University

09:50 – 10:00 Critical Infrastructure at the Dawn of a Techno-Organizational Shift: Implications for Holistic Sustainability and Accountability
Lindy Eriksson Newlove, SEDU

10:00 – 10:25 Socialising and discussions in breakout rooms
(Reflections of what has been talked about so far)

10:25 – 10:35 Some thoughts from the breakout rooms

10:35 – 10:45 Break off-screen

10:45 – 10:55 Children, Security and the Climate Crisis
Arita Holmberg, SEDU

10:55 – 11:05 Resisting the energy transition: discursive responses to the falling profitability of traditional energy sources.
Hugo Faber, Södertörn University

11:05 – 11:15 Local mobilization in response to the wildfires in Sweden 2018
Maria Vallström, Södertörn University

11:15 – 11.30 Vulnerability as Virtuosity - A multi-disciplinary take on vulnerability. ** Performer: Marie-Andrée Robitaille, Stockholm University of the Arts

11:30 – 11:50 Breakout rooms:
Possible collaborations leading up to ISDRS 2022 and beyond?

11:50 – 12:00 Reflection and Afterword
Peter Dobers and Stefan Silfverskiöld

** Vulnerability as Virtuosity - A multi-disciplinary take on vulnerability
by performer Marie-Andrée Robitaille, doctoral candidate in performative and mediated practice with a specialization in circus choreography at Stockholm University of the Arts

This presentation was developed in collaboration with researchers from the SEDU, Stockholm School of Economics, Södertörn University, University College Stockholm and Stockholm University of the Arts:

Frederike Albrecht assistant professor at the Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership of the SEDU works as a researcher at the Center of Natural Hazards and Disaster Science.

Arita Holmberg is associate professor in political science with a focus on security studies, Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership at the Swedish Defence University.

Lindy Newlove-Eriksson is lecturer at the SEDU and doctoral candidate at KTH. Newlove-Eriksson has authored and co-authored publications on crises, public-private governance, infrastructure, technology and psychosocial support in crises.

Sara Bondesson holds a PhD in political science from the Department of Government, Uppsala University and is an assistant professor at the Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership at the Swedish Defence University.

Katarina Wadstein MacLeod is professor in Art history at Södertörn University.

Pierre Guillet de Monthoux is the Director of SSE Art Initiative and fellow of centre for Art, Business and Culture at SSE. He is researcher in the field of Philosophy and Management focusing on Art and Aesthetic.

Emma Stenström is Associate Professor and Director of the Research Center for Arts, Business & Culture at Stockholm School of Economics.

Lia Molvik is a Phd Candidate based at the department of pedagogy and didactic at Stockholm University.

In order of appearance:

Annick Wibben, is Anna Lindh Professor of Gender, Peace & Security at the SEDU. Previously she was professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of SanFrancisco from 2005-2019, where she also served as chair of the Politics Department, and has directed both the Peace and Justice Studies and the International Studies programs. Prior to her time in San Francisco, she worked as co-Investigator (with James Der Derian) of the Information Technology, War and Peace Project [infopeace.org] at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University from 2001-2005. During this time she also taught at Brown University, Bryant University and Wellesley College and spent the fall 2003 semester in New York City as a Rockefeller Humanities Fellow with the National Council for Research on Women and the Center for the Study of Women and Society at the CUNY Graduate Center doing research on human security.

Irja Malmio, is a Ph.D. student at the SEDU, Department of Military Studies, in collaboration with the University of Lund, Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety. Her PhD project is entitled “Systems Science for Defence and Security and Social Sustainability” and will approach sociotechnical defence systems from a norm critical perspective. Her research interests are based in the field of Critical Security Studies, where she is primarily interested in the social effects produced at the intersection between security and technology, especially normative assumptions that arise from securitized technology both in its intended and unintended form. Research interests also include Sustainability, Gender Studies, Epistemology, Pedagogy, Leadership, Socio-technological perspectives and Masculinity studies. She holds a MA in East Asian studies, and a BA in Leadership under Strenuous Conditions.

Hans Ruin, professor in philosophy at Södertörn University with a PhD in Theoretical Philosophy from Stockholm University 1994. Founder of the Södertörn University philosophy department in 1999. Co-founder and former President of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. From 2010-2015 director of the multidisciplinary six-year research program ”Time, Memory, and Representation - recent developments in historical consciousness” (www.histcon.se). Recent publications include: Between Memory and Forgetting: Essays in Cultural Memory (in Swedish, with J. Redin, 2016). Most recent book: Being with the Dead: Burial, Ancestral Politics, and the Roots of Historical Consciousness (Stanford UP, 2018).

Lindy Newlove Eriksson, is lecturer at the SEDU and doctoral candidate at KTH. Newlove-Eriksson has authored and co-authored publications on crises, public-private governance, infrastructure, technology and psychosocial support in crises. Recent peer-reviewed publications include: Newlove-Eriksson (2020) “Accountability and Public Private Governance in Urban Rail Interchanges: Junctions of London Crossrail and Stockholm City Line Compared, Public Works Management and Policy, 25(2), 105-131; Newlove-Eriksson and Eriksson (2021) “Technological Megashift and the EU: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Fragmented Responsibilities”, The European Union and the Technological Shift, edited by A. Bakardjieva et al: Palgrave Macmillan, 27-55; and Eriksson and Newlove-Eriksson (2021) “Theorizing Technology and International Relations: Prevailing Perspectives and New Horizons”, in Technology and International Relations, edited by G. Giacomello et al. Edward Elgar Publications.

Arita Holmberg, Associate professor in political science with a focus on security studies. Her research concerns normative transformation processes in the field of security and defence in Europe. In recent years, she has written on resistance, military organizations and new security actors. Her work on Children, Security and the Climate Crisis (together with Aida Alvinius) can be placed in relation to the latter theme. It has so far been published in Childhood and Current Sociology.

Hugo Faber, PhD student in political science at the Baltic and East European Graduate School at Södertörn University. His talk will focus on the following: How will energy policy expert discourse respond to the falling profitability of traditional energy sources that is caused by climate policy and renewable energy diffusion, and how will these discursive responses affect political decisions relating to the future of fossil fuels? Preliminary results from an article on the 2016 Energy Agreement in Sweden.

Maria Vallström, senior lecturer and associate professor in ethnology at Södertörn University, program director of the undergraduate program of Cultural Analysis with an emphasis in sustainable development.

Marie-Andrée Robitaille, doctoral candidate in performative and mediated practice with a specialization in circus choreography at Stockholm University of the Arts.

Link to ISDRS about the conference preparations of ISDRS 2022:
https://blogg.sh.se/isdrs2022/ Länk till annan webbplats.

Link to ISDRS:
http://isdrs.org Länk till annan webbplats.

E-mail address
isdrs2022@isdrsconferences.org

Tid och plats

11 juni 09:00-12:00

Workshop

Zoom: https://sh-se.zoom.us/j/61985686948 (Password if needed: 552021)

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2021-07-09