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Geomedia Karlstad

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John Lynch

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From the Geomedia Studies Research Group at Karlstad University, Sweden.

Latest Episodes

Nature, Technology and Reclaiming a Tradition of Critical Cynicism

In this podcast I talk to Professor Sven Anders Johansson of Mid Sweden University about his research and publications in relation to climate change, political activism, and the effects of communication technologies on human relationships. https://www.miun.se/en/personnel/anders-johansson/

74 MINJAN 27
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Nature, Technology and Reclaiming a Tradition of Critical Cynicism

The Philosophy Of Bernard Stiegler

In this podcast, I talk to Dr Ross Abbinnett about his book (The Thought of Bernard Stiegler: Capitalism, Technology and the Politics of Spirit)on the work of Bernard Stiegler and the important questions it address about the dangers and potentials of new media technologies. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/social-policy/abbinnett-ross.aspx

56 MIN2019 DEC 9
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The Philosophy Of Bernard Stiegler

Why Geomedia?

In this episode I talk to some of the Geomedia researchers from Karlstad University: Professor André Jansson, Professor Mekonnen Tesfahuny, Karin Fast, Lena Grip. We discuss how and why Geomedia came to be established, the theme of home and migration, and the Masters level programme in Geomedia Studies. https://www.kau.se/en/researchers/andre-jansson https://www.kau.se/en/about-university/about-karlstad-university/ceremonies/akademisk-hogtid/akademisk-hogtid-2017-2 https://www.kau.se/forskare/karin-fast https://www.kau.se/en/researchers/lena-grip

57 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Why Geomedia?

Mapping Geomedia Studies

In this episode, John Lynch talks with Gillian Rose of Oxford University about the central role of geography in understanding the world today and the changes in the discipline over the last few decades as new ideas have impacted its conceptual approaches. In her work, Rose is centrally concerned with the question of how the world is visualised through various media, each of which articulates something about the relationships between people and the environment. https://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/staff/grose.html

56 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Mapping Geomedia Studies

Les Roberts 'Homing in Through Film: Movement, Embodiment and Dwellspace'

Les Roberts from Liverpool University was a speaker at the plenary session at the Geomedia 2019 conference (http://geomedia.se/conference/2019/). Here he discusses his work in this area and how he came to be part of the project to gather early amateur film recordings of the city of Liverpool in England. https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/communication-and-media/staff/les-roberts/

55 MIN2019 JUN 16
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Les Roberts 'Homing in Through Film: Movement, Embodiment and Dwellspace'

Maren Hartmann 'Homing: finding / making / destroying home?'

Maren Hartmann was a keynote speaker at the Geomedia 2019 conference (http://geomedia.se/conference/2019/). Here she discusses some of the key ideas that relate to the theme of home and her research in this area. https://udk-berlin.academia.edu/MarenHartmann

37 MIN2019 JUN 16
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Maren Hartmann 'Homing: finding / making / destroying home?'

Filmmaker Christine Molloy discusses 'Film and Imaginary Territories of the Real'

In this podcast I talk to the London-based Irish filmmaker Christine Molloy. Along with her partner Joe Lawlor, as the production company Desperate Optimists, they have written, directed and produced a series of short films under the name of Civic Life, two feature films, Helen (2008) and Mister John (2013) and the documentary Further Beyond (2016). They are currently working on the final stages of their new film Rose Plays Julie. Christine was invited as a plenary speaker to the Geomedia 2019 conference and a recording of this can be found via the Geomedia website (geomedia.se/conference/2019/) as well as the Q&A session after the screening of Further Beyond. The following links provide details of the films that we discussed. Moore Street 2004 Short Film: vimeo.com/27145510 Leisure Center 2005 Short film: vimeo.com/17215802 Joy 2008 Short Film: vimeo.com/185302603 Helen 2008 Trailer: vimeo.com/17214414 Mister John 2013 Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyt7JSOs6dI Further Beyond 2016 Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQUwhzHZ5xs Rose Plays Julie, 2019 Clips: vimeo.com/334409463 Elephant (Gus van Sant, 2003) Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=htlsOf3PnGY Elephant (Alan Clarke, 1989) Film: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OzEbS-ukyk

64 MIN2019 JUN 16
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Filmmaker Christine Molloy discusses 'Film and Imaginary Territories of the Real'
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Latest Episodes

Nature, Technology and Reclaiming a Tradition of Critical Cynicism

In this podcast I talk to Professor Sven Anders Johansson of Mid Sweden University about his research and publications in relation to climate change, political activism, and the effects of communication technologies on human relationships. https://www.miun.se/en/personnel/anders-johansson/

74 MINJAN 27
Comments
Nature, Technology and Reclaiming a Tradition of Critical Cynicism

The Philosophy Of Bernard Stiegler

In this podcast, I talk to Dr Ross Abbinnett about his book (The Thought of Bernard Stiegler: Capitalism, Technology and the Politics of Spirit)on the work of Bernard Stiegler and the important questions it address about the dangers and potentials of new media technologies. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/social-policy/abbinnett-ross.aspx

56 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
The Philosophy Of Bernard Stiegler

Why Geomedia?

In this episode I talk to some of the Geomedia researchers from Karlstad University: Professor André Jansson, Professor Mekonnen Tesfahuny, Karin Fast, Lena Grip. We discuss how and why Geomedia came to be established, the theme of home and migration, and the Masters level programme in Geomedia Studies. https://www.kau.se/en/researchers/andre-jansson https://www.kau.se/en/about-university/about-karlstad-university/ceremonies/akademisk-hogtid/akademisk-hogtid-2017-2 https://www.kau.se/forskare/karin-fast https://www.kau.se/en/researchers/lena-grip

57 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Why Geomedia?

Mapping Geomedia Studies

In this episode, John Lynch talks with Gillian Rose of Oxford University about the central role of geography in understanding the world today and the changes in the discipline over the last few decades as new ideas have impacted its conceptual approaches. In her work, Rose is centrally concerned with the question of how the world is visualised through various media, each of which articulates something about the relationships between people and the environment. https://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/staff/grose.html

56 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Mapping Geomedia Studies

Les Roberts 'Homing in Through Film: Movement, Embodiment and Dwellspace'

Les Roberts from Liverpool University was a speaker at the plenary session at the Geomedia 2019 conference (http://geomedia.se/conference/2019/). Here he discusses his work in this area and how he came to be part of the project to gather early amateur film recordings of the city of Liverpool in England. https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/communication-and-media/staff/les-roberts/

55 MIN2019 JUN 16
Comments
Les Roberts 'Homing in Through Film: Movement, Embodiment and Dwellspace'

Maren Hartmann 'Homing: finding / making / destroying home?'

Maren Hartmann was a keynote speaker at the Geomedia 2019 conference (http://geomedia.se/conference/2019/). Here she discusses some of the key ideas that relate to the theme of home and her research in this area. https://udk-berlin.academia.edu/MarenHartmann

37 MIN2019 JUN 16
Comments
Maren Hartmann 'Homing: finding / making / destroying home?'

Filmmaker Christine Molloy discusses 'Film and Imaginary Territories of the Real'

In this podcast I talk to the London-based Irish filmmaker Christine Molloy. Along with her partner Joe Lawlor, as the production company Desperate Optimists, they have written, directed and produced a series of short films under the name of Civic Life, two feature films, Helen (2008) and Mister John (2013) and the documentary Further Beyond (2016). They are currently working on the final stages of their new film Rose Plays Julie. Christine was invited as a plenary speaker to the Geomedia 2019 conference and a recording of this can be found via the Geomedia website (geomedia.se/conference/2019/) as well as the Q&A session after the screening of Further Beyond. The following links provide details of the films that we discussed. Moore Street 2004 Short Film: vimeo.com/27145510 Leisure Center 2005 Short film: vimeo.com/17215802 Joy 2008 Short Film: vimeo.com/185302603 Helen 2008 Trailer: vimeo.com/17214414 Mister John 2013 Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyt7JSOs6dI Further Beyond 2016 Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQUwhzHZ5xs Rose Plays Julie, 2019 Clips: vimeo.com/334409463 Elephant (Gus van Sant, 2003) Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=htlsOf3PnGY Elephant (Alan Clarke, 1989) Film: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OzEbS-ukyk

64 MIN2019 JUN 16
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Filmmaker Christine Molloy discusses 'Film and Imaginary Territories of the Real'
the END
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