Starting now in the fall of 2016, the Joint Nordic Research School called “Knowledge moves” will offer doctoral courses in Sweden and Norway on a yearly basis:

Knowledge moves sets out to explore knowledge situations. We focus on the temporalities, spatialities and materialities of knowledge, the plurality of actors and practices as well as the mediations and infrastructures, with the aim to jointly develop inclusive approaches that can address the cultural, social, economic and political challenges posed by historical and contemporary orders of knowledge. The school brings together multi- and transdisciplinary perspectives from the history of science and technology, STS, anthropology, cultural studies, architecture, design, landscape and urbanism, environmental history and political ecology, with a focus on, but not limited to history.

The project extends from 2016 to 2020 with a themed course each year which together form the Knowledge moves course cycle.

The first course in the cycle, knowledge, space and design is held in fall 2016 at AHO, Oslo.

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