People live by cultural ideas of seasonal rhythms, but we increasingly see that the seasons we actually experience are out of sync with these seasonal representations. Rapid climate, social and natural changes in the places we live mean we can no longer recognise the seasons we once knew. We are forced to re-learn new seasonal rhythms.
This talk traces experience from Bangladesh to Bergen, and the way that communities in these places are (or are not) facing up to these changes. It particularly asks what roles schools have in helping us re-learn our new local seasons, and invites discussion.
Scott Bremer, forsker, Senter for vitenskapsteori
Jusbygget, Seminarrom 4, 10.15 - 11.00