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Methods Lab: Writing through vulnerability

10/1/2020, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Welcome to this Methods Clinic with Jenny Helin (Uppsala University) on “Writing through vulnerability during troubling times: Exploring vertical writing that shakes the ground”, October 1, 14-16 at SSE.

SSE Library Sessions: Written Meaning with Magnus Linton

9/21/2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
In today's almost industrial system of academic mass publication, joyful writing and storytelling for a larger audience is being marginalized. The project Written meaning wants to change that! Magnus Linton, author of "Text & Stil" will speak about how we can write in a more animated and readable way in order to reach a larger audience.

Art talk with August Eriksson: Pay attention

9/3/2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Have you seen the sign at the main entrance? Var uppmärksam (Pay attention) is a message from the artist August Eriksson - but what does he want us to pay attention to? Welcome to this art talk with August Eriksson, who is exhibiting at SSE during August and September, and SSE researcher Emma Stenström. September 3, 12-13, in Torsten. Only for SSE students, faculty and staff, due to the Covid situation. The art talk will be possible to attend digitally.

Online Art Talk with Gunilla Josephson

6/16/2020, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Welcome to an online art talk between Toronto based artist Gunilla Josephson and Art Initiative´s Pierre Guillet de Monthoux on June 16 5-6 pm.

SSE (Online) Library Sessions: Jason Timbuktu Diakité

6/3/2020, 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
In 2016, Jason Diakité released his autobiography "En droppe midnatt", translated to English in 2019. "A Drop of Midnight" is a vivid and intimate journey through Diakité’s own and his family’s history — from South Carolina slavery to twenty-first century Sweden. In this live-streamed conversation with Lovisa Fhager Havdelin, Secretary General at Teskedsorden, Jason Diakité talks about growing up as a black child in an all white society and how generations have been affected by the trauma of the African diaspora, historically and to this day.

Methods Clinic with Afshin Mehrpouya – The epistemological value of shadows and the politics of visibility in qualitative inquiries

5/26/2020, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Methods Lab at ABC (SSE's research center for Arts, Business and Culture) is a new and progressive incubator of methodology-focused discourse and experiments in new methods that range from the sciences, humanities as well as arts-based approaches at the the Stockholm School of Economics. Created by a team of PhD students and junior scholars, the Methods Lab focuses on ways in which we make methods matter, bringing different ontological and epistemological stances into dialogue. Exploring, experimenting, and engaging with those curious to see what the world of methods has to offer, the methods lab aims to contribute to a wider dialogue of what engaged scholarship in business and social sciences could be like. Regularly, the Lab organises Methods Clinics to foster discussions about methodology and methods particularly amongst young scholars. Welcome to our upcoming Methods Clinic with Afshin Mehrpouya!

SSE Library Sessions: Athena Farrokhzad on Writing and Poetry (online)

5/13/2020, 5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
When the Swedish magazine Fokus listed the most interesting young poets in December 2018, Athena Farrokhzad took first place. Athena Farrokhzad is a poet, playwright, translator and teacher of creative writing at Biskops Arnö. She has written three poetry books, "Vitsvit", "Trado" (together with Svetlana Cârstean) and "I rörelse". Among the authors she has translated to Swedish are Jacqueline Woodson, Adrienne Rich and Marguerite Duras. Together with Kristofer Folkhammar she has also selected the poems in the book "Berör och förstör" – an anthology with poetry for young people. Athena Farrokhzad will speak about her writing and poetry and read her own poems.

Online Art Talk, Video Screening and Studio Visit with Iris Smeds

4/15/2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Welcome to our next Online Art Talk! We will visit artist Iris Smeds in her studio and talk about her video work “Surreal Strategies to Apply on a Disillusioned Landscape”. Watch the live stream on Wednesday 15 April at 12:00 CET on SSE Art Initiative's Facebook page.
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