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Dates | 26-28 March, 2021
Place | Online Symposium
Theme | Education and Nature as the Other in the Anthropocene
26 March 2021 Friday
17:00-17:30 Opening and introduction of the Winter Session, SC8, NSU.
17:30-18:30 Key Note Jesper Garsdal, Social sculpture, the Anthropocene and global philosophy of edification, Denmark
18:30-19:30 Karen Bjerg Petersen, Rethinking Relationships through Education? Reflections on Place-based Education and Wild Pedagogies, Denmark
19:30-20:30 Tatjana Rosić-Ilić, Dark-Pedagogy and Fairy Tale, Serbia
27 March 2021 Saturday
10:00-10:10 Opening and introduction, Saturday. SC8, NSU, Winter Session
10:10-11:10 Key Note Mogens Chrom Jacobsen, Human Morality and the other Animals, Denmark
11:10-12:10 Hanne Riese and Line Hilt, Divergent Inclusion, Inclusion from Below. On the Role of Education in Becoming, Norway
12:10-13:00 Dragana Zarevska and Martin Kolarik, La Contextressa, Czech Republic
14:30-16:00 Special Afternoon Session. Open for all NSU groups
Key Note Speaker Eva D. Bahovec, From the Great Chain of Being to Education for the New Anthropocene, Slovenia
17:00-17:10 Opening and introduction to the second part of the program
17:10-18:10 Honorary lecture Bill Thompson, Education and Nature as the Other in the Anthropocene, United Kingdom
18:10-19:10 Magdalena Tabernacka, Ecology and Identity on the Way to the Realization of the Human Right to the Landscape and its Symbolic Value, Poland
19:10-20:10 Iskra Tasevska Hadji Boskova, Reading Nature’s Otherness in the Process of Teaching Literature, Macedonia
28 March 2021 Sunday
10:00-10:10 Opening and introduction, Sunday. SC8, NSU, Winter Session
10:10-11:10 Key Note Michael Paulsen, The Zoelogical School – a Radical Educational Response to the Anthropocene, Denmark
11:10-12:10 Jyrki Pöysä, Human Nature after the Collapse of Society – a Look at the Zombie Movies, Finland
12:10-13:10 Carsten Friberg, Eccentric and Anthropocene, Denmark
13:10-14:10 Agnieszka Sobieska The Influence of Environmental and Climatic Factors on the Dress of Muslim Women, Poland
16:00-16:10 Opening and introduction to the second part of the program
16:10-17:10 Torben Albertsen, Education and Nature as the Other in the Anthropocene,
17:10-18:10 Bogumila Myers, ‘Rus in urbe’ in XXI century, United Kingdom
18:10-19:10 Frosina Markovska, The Other/Nature in the Anthropocene, the Symbolic Order and Social Contract, Macedonia
19:10-19:30 Closing of the SC8 Winter Session, NSU
- Jasna Koteska, Ph.D., Full Professor in Humanities University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia (email@example.com)
- Oddbjørn Jensen, High School Teacher, Hammerfest Videregående Skole, Norway (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Kristian Guttesen, PhD Student, University of Birmingham, UK (email@example.com)
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