Final Programme, Winter Symposium 2016
Comparative Futurologies’ Winter Symposium 2016
26-28 February 2016
University of Copenhagen, Amager (KUA), Denmark
Anssi Hynynen: Tomorrow in Mouseton and Duckburg: Floyd Gottfredson, Carl Barks, and the Future
Charlotte Fabricius: “I can’t prevent the future. To me, It‘s already happening.” – Apocalypse, time and the archive in Watchmen
Erik Steinskog: Future Shock – Soul vs. Post-Soul
Aleksandra Bartosik: Synthetic Biology in drug discovery and development – “What I cannot create, I do not understand“
Jesper Jørgensen: The mind of tomorrow – Can Neuroscience contribute to an understanding of future thinking?
Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen: Bio-hacking, Gyne-punk and Techno Post-porn… The Rise of a Revised (Queer) Cyberfeminism?
Niclas Hundahl: Specters of Bond – On past ghosts and future hauntings in Spectre (2015)
Troels Degn Johansson: Futurities in Contemporary Design Research
Claus Krogholm: Who Killed the World? – Apocalypse and Utopia in George Miller’s Mad Max
Ida Bencke: Therolinguistics and Nonhuman Narration: on (Bio)Poetic Experiments with Multispecies Storytellings
Lars Ylander: Religious future shock mitigation – welcome to the church of femi-cosmo-natural transhumanism (We are one! – so far)