3 October 2019How, on what basis, by whom and in what context is crisis proclaimed? What does crisis mean for social justices, security, and rights in particular contexts for various groups due to gender, sexuality, age, ethnicity, class, and body-ableness? And to what extent does crisis language open up avenues for agency, counter-politics, and various moral/ethical calls for change? These are some of the questions that will be discussed during a symposium, organised by the Pufendorf IAS Theme CRISIS, on October 21-22.
14 August 2019In september and October we look forward to welcome five new Themes and five new Advanced Study Groups to work at the Pufendorf IAS during 2019-2020.
7 May 2019From the 6th through the 10th of May, about 90 specially invited researchers from around the world will meet at the Pufendorf IAS in Lund to present and discuss progress, challenges and future avenues regarding the development and upscaling of perennial agriculture.
19 February 2019The Pufendorf IAS Advanced Study Group 'Civil Society and Sustainability Studies' has invited climate change activist and founder of 350.org Bill McKibben and climate change activist and Swedish labor and transport union representative Ulf Jarnefjord to hold a public lecture on climate change and social movements.
17 January 2019How can we create a sustainable agriculture and food system that can feed and nourish a growing population while carefully managing the Earth’s resources and reduce emission levels? Replacing meat with plant based protein alternatives and shifting to a perennial agriculture could be one way forward. The Pufendorf IAS Themes, The Protein Shifts and Domestication shares their visions on how we can rethink the ways we produce and consume food in the future.
10 December 2018Reflections and lessons learned from the Pufendof IAS Migration Initiative and the Migration symposium
14 September 2018The new Pufendorf IAS theme Urban Creativity presented at the Street Art & Urban Creativity conference in Lisbon, Portual
5 June 2018The Pufendorf Institute’s new director Ann-Katrin Bäcklund had an intensive start, as she began her new job in the middle of the application period for the autumn’s Themes. Now that the process has been completed, she looks forward to finding her own work rhythm and having time to immerse herself in the research at the institute as well as continue to develop the institute. Her main task will be to increase awareness about the Pufendorf Institute and to attract more researchers at the University to apply there.
4 June 2018On the 4th of May, The Pufendorf IAS organized a symposium on interdisciplinarity. International guests and Lund University researchers discussed issues concerning the boundaries of interdisciplinarity in practice and theory - focusing on the prerequisites, organisation, process and practice of collaborative crossboundary research. The symposium took place at Kulturen and gathered around 100 participants.