“The aim of the workshop was to kick-off the new flagship research program Technology and the Making of Europe’s Societal Challenges, using our past Tensions of Europe research experience to address the big issues and crises of our time. The first explorative phase of the program aims to explore the historical questions we should ask about what goes on in the world today, and how they could be researched.”
Anthropolands’ members Maria Luísa Sousa and Maria Paula Diogo participated on the workshop Technology and the Making of Europe’s Societal Crises/Challenges, a Transnational History ca 1850-Today, which took place in Vught on the 10-11th of March and aimed to discuss the question of how are societal crises/challenges (or even Ages of Crisis) shaped/mediated by technology.
A full report of the event can be found here.
Maria Luísa Sousa e Maria Paula Diogo, membros do Anthropolands, participaram no workshop Technology and the Making of Europe’s Societal Crises/Challenges, a Transnational History ca 1850-Today, que teve lugar em Vught, entre os dias 10 e 11 de Março de 2016, e onde se procurou debater de que forma são as crises/desafios sociais (ou mesmo Idades de Crises) moldadas/mediadas pela tecnologia.
O relatório completo do evento pode ser encontrado aqui.