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The Critical Interference Podcast at CEMUS

The Critical Interference Podcast at CEMUS

By CEMUS
From Uppsala, Sweden we bring you critical conversations, disruptive ideas on how to change the world one small, systemic step at a time.

Sustainability, climate, power, justice, education and all sorts of initiatives gets examined and discussed in an open and intense format.

CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies and Uppsala University and SLU, has since 1992 been working to save the world, with sustainability courses, research and outreach events, activities and projects.
The Critical Interference Podcast at CEMUS: Season 2 Episode 2 with Sachiko Ishihara, Aster Tommasini, Charlotte Ponzelar and Ewa Livmar
Read the article "Student-led Education for a better world?" Reflections in conversation here: https://doi.org/10.23865/hu.v11.3006 From Uppsala, Sweden we bring you critical conversations, disruptive ideas on how to change the world one small, systemic step at a time. Sustainability, climate, power, justice, education and all sorts of initiatives gets examined and discussed in an open and intense format. CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies and Uppsala University and SLU, has since 1992 been working to save the world, with sustainability courses, research and outreach events, activities and projects. Read more about CEMUS at www.cemus.uu.se You can leave voice messages to us at https://anchor.fm/cemus or interact via social media Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Hosted by Daniel Mossberg, Lead Outreach Coordinator CEMUS, with this episode's guests: - Sachiko Ishihara, PhD student at the Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University. - Aster Tommasini, Course Coordinator at CEMUS. - Charlotte Ponzelar,  PhD student at the Department of Education, Uppsala University. - Ewa Livmar, Educational Coordinator CEMUS. This Podcast was made with the Anchor platform and you can find the Podcast at your regular distributors. Intro music "Discovery" by Scott Holmes music https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes (Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0).
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February 02, 2022
The Critical Interference Podcast at CEMUS: Season 2 Episode 1 with Ashley Farber
From Uppsala, Sweden we bring you critical conversations, disruptive ideas on how to change the world one small, systemic step at a time. Sustainability, climate, power, justice, education and all sorts of initiatives gets examined and discussed in an open and intense format. CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies and Uppsala University and SLU, has since 1992 been working to save the world, with sustainability courses, research and outreach events, activities and projects. Read more about CEMUS at www.cemus.uu.se You can leave voice messages to us at https://anchor.fm/cemus or interact via social media Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Hosted by Daniel Mossberg, Lead Outreach Coordinator CEMUS, with this episode's guest Ashley Farber, Course Coordinator CEMUS.  This Podcast was made with the Anchor platform and you can find the Podcast at your regular distributors. Intro music "Discovery" by Scott Holmes music https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes (Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0).
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January 25, 2022
Special episode produced by the Forest of Thought podcast, hosted by Ingrid M. Rieser with guest Dougald Hine
Search for "Forest of Thought" to listen to more episode and read more about CEMUS podcast below. *** From Uppsala, Sweden we bring you critical conversations, disruptive ideas on how to change the world one small, systemic step at a time. Sustainability, climate, power, justice, education and all sorts of initiatives gets examined and discussed in an open and intense format. CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies and Uppsala University and SLU, has since 1992 been working to save the world, with  sustainability courses, research and outreach events, activities and  projects.  Read more about CEMUS at www.cemus.uu.se This Podcast was made with the Anchor platform and you can find the Podcast at your regular distributors. You can leave voice messages to us at https://anchor.fm/cemus or  interact via social media Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Youtube. Intro music "Discovery" by Scott Holmes music https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes (Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0).
01:21:17
December 07, 2021
The Critical Interference Podcast at CEMUS: Season 1 Episode 1 with Jan van Boeckel
From Uppsala, Sweden we bring you critical conversations, disruptive ideas on how to change the world one small, systemic step at a time. Sustainability, climate, power, justice, education and all sorts of initiatives gets examined and discussed in an open and intense format. CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies and Uppsala University and SLU, has since 1992 been working to save the world, with sustainability courses, research and outreach events, activities and projects.  Read more about CEMUS at www.cemus.uu.se You can leave voice messages to us at https://anchor.fm/cemus or interact via social media Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Hosted by Daniel Mossberg, Lead Outreach Coordinator CEMUS, with this episode's guest Jan van Boeckel. Jan van Boeckel is a Dutch artist-educator and researcher. In June 2020, he was appointed as professor art & sustainability at the Research Centre Art & Society of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen. Academic year 2018-2019 Jan was senior lecturer in visual art education at the Academy of Design and Crafts of Gothenburg University. That year Jan was also guest educator and researcher at CEMUS, the Centre for Environment and Development Studies in Uppsala, Sweden.  From 2015 until 2018, he was professor in art education at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn. Jan van Boeckel has also been program director in design theory at the Iceland University of the Arts in Reykjavik (2014-2015). In 2019, he started teaching painting courses at MK24 in Amsterdam. Jan has regularly taught at Schumacher College in Dartington, the UK; at University College of Southeast Norway; and in previous years also at CEMUS in Sweden. Read more at https://janvanboeckel.wordpress.com/ and download At the Heart of Art and Earth: An Exploration of Practices in Arts-Based Environmental Education This Podcast was made with the Anchor platform and you can find the Podcast at your regular distributors. Intro music "Discovery" by Scott Holmes music https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes (Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0).
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December 04, 2020