Introduction: How should the university as an institution change – if we would treat the climate crisis as a crisis?
Part 1: https://vimeo.com/576515965
Part 2: https://vimeo.com/576519026
The universities should introduce new global principles for doing research in times of the climate crisis:
Lecture about the climate and ecological crisis, the idea of democracy and its consequences for movement organizing, university/research, and global politics (Feb 2022):
The climate and ecological crisis and the foundations of the humanities
The following short inputs are (preliminary) sketches aimed to serve as an impulse for lectures.
Introductory Lecture: “Whose future – our future”. The climate and ecological crisis, and the democratic transformation of the global (fossil) society. An introduction with a focus on the perspective of the children / young people in a global context
Part 1 of 3: (the rest following soon)
Here is the whole PowerPoint for this intro-lecture:
Here is the PP “Crisis”
Lecture (for Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 17. January, 2022):
Lecture about the philosophical foundations: Gestalt, connectedness, and art
Lecture, part 1: Sustainability, democracy, care (how to change the teacher education), part 1
Lecture, part 2: How to teach (about) sustainability, democracy, care?
Lecture (sketch): Is there a single dimension that allows to tackle all crises and coordinate all fights (climate, biodiversity, justice, agriculture, forestry…) at the same time?
Lecture-series: “The climate and ecological crisis and the foundation of the humanities. About the normative compass of a sustainable society.”
These input-films were created as an assistant professor for arts education at Stockholm university in January 2019, at the institution for the didactics of social sciences and humanities.
Input 1: Introduction – the climate crisis and the foundations of the humanities
I ask three basic questions. Concerning the second, see also #FridaysForFuture and the documentation on https://twitter.com/DavidFopp
Input 2: The compass, values/norms – connectedness, humane spaces, material of integrity
Input 3: The compass – being humane vs being human: beyond anthropology and ethics
Input 4: Being connected/disconnected: Meeting beyond dominance – status
Lecture about art, politics, developmental psychology, and activism:
Lectures on “caring connectedness” as a basic human phenomenon and compass for a sustainable society (school, uni, economy, etc.), Dec 2021:
A lecture about “what is sociology?”, Jan 2022