22.01.2018

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Newsletter of Week 04 of 2018

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15.01.2018

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Newsletter of Week 03 of 2018

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12.01.2018

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Job: PhD position for Anthropocene Security and Geoengineering

Deadline: 05.02.2018

"The Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH) has a vacancy for a postgraduate student (doctoral level, PhD or equivalent) as a Research Associate to be remunerated at pay group 13 of the public sector pay agreement of the City of Hamburg (TV-AVH), pro rata for 65% of a standard working week, for a period of three years from 1 April 2018. "

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08.01.2018

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Newsletter of Week 02 of 2018

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08.01.2018

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Call for Papers: EGU 2018

Deadline: 10. January 2018

EGU 2018 CE relevant calls.

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02.01.2018

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Newsletter of Week 01 of 2018

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27.12.2017

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Newsletter of Week 52 of 2017

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22.12.2017

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Call for Papers: The politics of negative emissions (EASST conference)

Dealine: 14. February 2018

"This panel seeks to explore the politics of these prospective negative emissions technologies and what they imply for our changing relationship with nature in the age of the Anthropocene. We ask: what political imaginaries and interests are co-produced with negative emissions ideas in climate models, experiments and policies? How might research, development and deployment of carbon removal be governed responsibly where power relations and socio-technical systems are co-evolving? What are the implications for power, knowledge and politics of (discursive) decoupling of carbon removal from other forms of geoengineering? How does negative emissions politics compare to other technoscientific politics? What should our roles as STS scholars be when engaging with negative emissions? "

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19.12.2017

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Call for Papers: Open Questions in STS and Geoengineering (EASST conference)

Deadline: 14. February 2018

"A strong body of STS scholarship has begun to question the speculative and controversial proposal that geoengineering Earth's climate might be a good idea. This panel aims at exploring areas of inquiry that STS is yet to tackle."

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18.12.2017

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Newsletter of Week 51 of 2017

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