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Vorträge und Konferenzteilnahmen

05/21 Keynote-Vortrag, Konferenz „Wet Feet. Flood Resilience and the Climate Crisis,” University of Sheffield (digital). “The Imagination of Floods on the North Sea Coasts.”

05/21 Gastvortrag, Vortragsreihe “Fieldwork” der Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network (EEHN). University of Edinburgh (digital).

02/21 Roundtable-Vortrag, Seminarreihe “Coastal Connections” des Institute of Historical Research, University of London (digital). “Thinking beyond the “Vanishing Coasts”.”

12/20 Gastvortrag, DAAD Cambridge Research Hub workshop “Ecology in German Literary Criticism—Recent Developments and Approaches, Universität von Cambridge (digital). „Aufklärung am Rande: The Wadden Sea in German Literature.“

11/20 Keynote-Vortrag, Jahrestagung der Royal Netherlands Historical Society (KNHG), Universität Amsterdam (digital). „Sinking Stories. The Imagination of the Lowlands in the Anthropocene.”

10/20 Gastvortrag, Konferenz Teknologi, økologi og spiritualitet i nordisk ”spekulativ fiktion,” Universität Kopenhagen. „The Nordic Novel and the Environmental Uncanny.“

01/20 Gastvortrag, Workshop Changing Concepts of Nature in Literature and Film, Nordeuropa-Institut, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. “From Fiction to Fact: The Imagination of Oil in Norway 1969-2019.”

11/19 Gastvortrag, Seminarreihe „Human/Nature“, Universität Oulu. „From Fiction to Fact: The Imagination of Oil in Norway 1969-2019.”

10/19 [mit Julia Leyda] Gastvortrag , PhD Research Seminar Theories and Methods in Environmental Humanities, Universität Oslo. “Petrocultures: Theories and Methods.”

09/19 Kommentar, Symposium "Anthropocene (Post)Humanities," Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München.

08/19 Vortrag, European Society for Environmental History Conference, Universität Tallinn. “Literary Texts as Placeholders.” (Panel: Out of Bounds: The Literary Imagination of Inaccessible Landscapes.)

07/19 Vortrag, World Congress in Environmental History, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brasilien. “From Fiction to Fact: The Imagination of Oil in Norway, 1969-2019.” (Panel: From Soil-Poor to Oil-Rich: Creating the (Global) North in Literature and Film)

07/19, Vortrag, Workshop “Mapping the Blue Humanities” Warwick University. “Liminal Worlds: Imagining Past Lives on Northern Shores.”

10/18 Roundtable-Vortrag, First Baltic Conference on the Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences, Latvian University Riga. “Communicating the Environmental Humanities.”

09/18 Vortrag, European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture & the Environment Conference, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg. “Cold Earth, Infertile Soil, Human Extinctions: Lessons from the Past in Sarah Moss’ Novels Cold Earth (2009) and Night Waking (2011).” (Panel: Cultivating Life in Barren Places)

06/17 Vortrag, European Society for Environmental History Conference, Universität Zagreb. “Soil, Silt, and Shifting Sands: The East Anglian Fens and the North Sea.” (Panel: Native Soil: The Terroir of Home)

10/16 Vortrag, European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture & the Environment Conference, Université Libre, Brüssel. “The Literary Rewilding of the North Sea Coasts.”

11/15 Gastvortrag, Benelux Association for the Study of Art, Culture, and the Environment, Universität Utrecht. ““The Netherlands Lives with Water:” Narrating Disaster in the Anthropocene.”

09/14 [mit Frederike Felcht] Organisation, Workshop Scarcity and Environment in History and Literature.